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CODL Recon Corps will not only help the league decide future course of action, but is a more professional way for fans to provide feedback
Call of Duty League (CODL) is giving an opportunity to its fans and players around the world to shape the course of the league’s future with the launch of a new service called Recon Corps.
Essentially a feedback service for gamers to offer their views and opinions on the league, CODL Recon Corps is a first-of-its-kind initiative, where fans are required to fill up surveys, thereby initiating a responsive mechanism for CODL’s future.
The ambit of activities covered by this feedback process includes everything from league matches and teams to sponsors and brand partners, as per details provided by the league. The process to sign-up requires an e-mail id to unlock the survey, which asks questions about things like brand loyalty, a player’s favorite CDL team and what other esports he/she enjoys engaging with.
Once the survey is finished, players will need to confirm his/her email and set up an account, thereby getting access to the CDL Recon Corps hub. This is for future reference and correspondence and fans can be made part of similar surveys and activities in the future.
With this survey, Call of Duty League seems to have created a more methodical and sane avenue for fans to exchange their thoughts, opinions and suggestions for a widely popular property. Not only will the survey results be useful futuristic guidelines to shape the league, but this method is also better than venting out anger and aggravation via direct comments.
The Call of Duty League will host a Kickoff Classic event starting on January 23 before the league’s 2021 season officially begins on February 11.
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