Activision announces Mountain Dew AMP Game Fuel as new sponsor of Call of Duty World League

Activision Blizzard Esports League division today confirmed their full line up of sponsors for the 2019 Call of Duty World League, presented by PlayStation 4 season which features Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, developed by Treyarch.

In the lead up to the CWL Las Vegas event, which takes place this weekend, Activision has been sharing some of the new sponsors joining, including the return of SCUF Gaming and ASTRO Gaming.

Activision Blizzard Esports League announced today that ASUS and MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL, a brand new energy drink for players coming from MTN DEW, are new sponsors of the 2019 CWL Season. MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL is also sponsoring OpTic Gaming.

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Those attending CWL Las Vegas this weekend will the first to get to try the new MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL drink. The release of the product is expected in January 2019 at Amazon and Walmart.

“Strong sponsors not only amplify the exceptional experience for players, spectators and fans across Call of Duty World League community, but also help us welcome new fans from around the world,” said Brandon Snow, Senior Vice President, Chief Revenue Officer of Activision Blizzard Esports Leagues. “New sponsors MTN DEW AMP and ASUS alongside returning sponsors PlayStation 4, ASTRO, and SCUF Gaming all share our vision of continued growth in esports. We look forward to working with our entire roster of sponsors starting this week at CWL Las Vegas and beyond to deliver the most exciting CWL season yet.”

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“MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL is thrilled to join this year’s Call of Duty World League season,” said Erin Chin, senior director, marketing, Mountain Dew. “We’re kicking off the sponsorship at the Las Vegas competition and giving attendees an exclusive first taste of the beverage ahead of its 2019 launch. MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL, the first drink made by gamers, for gamers, will excite gamers looking to take their gaming experience to the next level.”


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