Dr. Disappeared explained how Warson would affect the number of spectators in the Call of Duty League.
Call of Duty’s first Battle Royale, Black Out on Black Ops 4 was not considered a real success and did not come very close to Warson’s current status. Despite numerous scams and glitches, the game has been downloaded by over 75 million players and attracts an incredible audience on sites like Twitch and YouTube.
Dr. Insult noted that this success could overshadow the Professional Black Ops Cold War League and the Call of Duty League with the best code players in the world.
During a stream on March 26, Doug Warson explained how the Black Ops had affected his desire to play the Cold War, and how this would affect the number of viewers of the Call of Duty league matches aired on YouTube.
A spectator asked him if he would play Black Ops Cold War multiplayer, to which he replied: “It simply came to our notice then. Usually when a new CoD game comes out you go from old to new… This is different because it’s not a bad game. Leaving Warsaw is not enough for me. The Warson experience, compared to the Cold War multiplayer, I have a lot of fun at Warson. “
Of course developers should be aware of this “problem”, which is not really one thing, because Warson certainly generates enough volume and revenue to keep the process happy.
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