The Call of Duty League is one of the visionary moves that Activision is taking in North America to increase the popularity of the game Call of Duty.
After the latest series from the Call of Duty franchise, that is Modern Warfare success in the market. Now they have reached a new chapter, where the Call of Duty League competition recently received an investment from one of the top Hollywood film actors.
The actor is one of the antagonists in the Black Panther film, namely Michael B. Jordan.
He joined several ranks of American celebrities who invest in esports organizations.
Reported by the INDOESPORTS page quoting from Adweek, Jordan has invested in Andbox, one of the esports organizations owned by Sterling.VC.
Andbox itself is an organization of franchise New York, which hosts the Overwatch League and COD League competitions. There are also two franchise from such popular competitions such as Excelsior and Subliners.
The Andbox organization itself was launched last June. The announcement came out shortly after Sterling.VC secured a New York slot on the Call of Duty League.
Jordan himself is one of the famous figures who want to get involved in the esports industry. He also said that for now he only wants to focus on COD League only.
“I don’t want to be the only person who spends money. Also, don’t want to be someone who is only involved by putting the name on it, “said Jordan
“I have to have a passion for that. Call of Duty“If anyone knew me, they would know that it was my favorite game,” he continued.