The Call of Duty League rewarded 2020 Champion Dallas Empire with a real throne. The league announced it earlier in the year and the champion was finally able to use it this week.
2020 was the first year of Call of Duty League. The organization reformed and turned CoD into a competitive environment where franchises battled for the championship and also the $1.5 million grand prize. Dallas Empire came out strong and lifted the trophy with the stacked roster which included C6, Huke, iLLeY, Shotzzy and Clayster.
Dallas Empire’s throne ceremony was published on the Call of Duty League Twitter account. In the well-organized video, we see Dallas Empire players getting off a helicopter and securing the throne. After changing the league format to 4-vs-4, Dallas Empire parted ways with Clayster, so he did not appear in the video. The throne was first revealed in August and was made by Sheron Barber as you can see below.
Dallas Empire beat the Toronto Ultra and Atlanta FaZe during the playoffs in order to lift the trophy. The throne will be kept in Envy HQ, the parent company of Dallas Empire. Dallas Empire’s championship is even more meaningful since it was the first season of Call of Duty League and will remain a wonderful memory for the organization from now on.
After Clayster’s departure, the team kept its remaining roster for the upcoming season. If the Call of Duty League decides to build another throne for the 2021 season, Dallas Empire will be one of the strongest candidates to take the seat again.