Los Angeles Guerrillas introduced for Call of Duty League

21 October 2019


Los Angeles Guerrillas is yet another brand to be confirmed for the upcoming franchised Call of Duty League.

Owned by Kroenke Sports & Entertainment, the franchise has unveiled its name, logo, and official colours.

Los Angeles Guerrillas
Image credit: Los Angeles Guerrillas

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Though the official website launch and announcement hasn’t happened at the time of writing, a Twitter account for Los Angeles Guerrillas has been made. This account, which was quickly followed by the Call of Duty League and other teams, introduced the franchise’s name, logo, and colours.

No other information has been made available for Los Angeles Guerrillas – including its roster for the inaugural season of the league – at the time of writing. An official announcement, with an explanation for the branding, is expected to come at a later date.

Kroenke Sports & Entertainment just bolstered its esports team with the hires of Alex Rubens and Ryan Garfat. As well as owning Overwatch League franchise Los Angeles Gladiators, it attempted to enter Riot Games’ LCS by buying Echo Fox’s spot.

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London Royal Ravens was the first brand to be announced for the Call of Duty League, with Dallas Empire and New York Subliners quickly following.

Franchises yet to be revealed are as follows: Atlanta Esports Ventures’ Atlanta, NRG Esports’ Chicago, Misfits Gaming’s Florida, Immortals Gaming Club’s Los Angeles, WISE Ventures’ Minnesota, c0ntact Gaming’s Paris, Enthusiast Gaming’s Seattle, and OverActive Media’s Toronto.

Esports Insider says: It’s hard to fully understand what KSE is going for with this branding without some context, so we’ll refrain from making a complete judgement until we receive an explanation. What we can say, however, is that the colours match with its sister franchise Los Angeles Gladiators, and that’s a nice touch.