- The Call of Duty League has chosen the training software Aim Lab as one of its sponsors
- The deal will see Aim Lab produce exclusive content that demonstrates what it means to be a CDL professional
- Aim Lab partners with some of the most esteemed FPS esports leagues and is a perfect partner for the CDL
Aim Lab has been selected as an official partner of the Call of Duty League and the presenting sponsor of the Call of Duty Challengers Scouting Series.
The CDL and Aim Lab Team Up
Aim Lab, a renowned platform for aim training, has expanded its roster of partners by teaming up with the Call of Duty League.
The agreement will see Aim Lab as the presenting sponsor of the Call of Duty Challengers Scouting Series as the latter introduces a new segment by the name Best Shot. This new addition will help esports fans stay in touch with what’s new in the CDL Challengers events.
The Challengers Scouting series is an opportunity for Call of Duty talents to demonstrate their skill in an official tournament. The series aim to provide the next generation of esports athletes with a much-needed spotlight.
Aim Lab is the perfect sponsor of such an initiative. It is a free-to-play platform that helps to improve the aim of casual and professional players alike. By using Aim Lab’s cutting-edge challenges, fans of first-person shooter titles can test their skills, evaluate their performance, notice their shortcomings and work to get better. The platform will produce exclusive content alongside the CDL, helping the league’s players hone their skills.
Aim Lab Is Honored to Show What It Means to Be a Pro
Jack Harari, the vice president of global partnerships for Activision Blizzard Esports, lauded Aim Lab’s solutions which help users become esports superstars. He said that the CDL is delighted to team up with such distinguished software.
“Thanks to this partnership Aim Lab and Call of Duty League will work together to create several new content features as well as welcome fans to participate in a new challenge that puts their aim, accuracy, and speed skills to the test.”
Aim Lab is honored to receive recognition by the CDL. Wayne Mackey, the founder and CEO of State Space, Aim Lab’s parent company, said that the new features the platform will roll out “will allow the world to see what it really takes to play Call of Duty at the highest level.”
“And for the fans and aspiring Call of Duty pros at home, this partnership brings you new training tools in Aim Lab to help you reach your highest potential,” he added.
The new Aim Lab content is scheduled to drop around the second Major tournament of the regular Call of Duty season.