Call of Duty. Such a common name, is it not? Love it or hate, Call of Duty is undoubtedly one of the biggest multiplayer games of all time for the last 11 years. The name alone is already a staple to the non-gaming demographic, that once they hear it, they know it’s this dumbed down, violent, senseless killing spree of a video game that mainstream media always targets as the center for a child’s cause of violence in and out of his household. Call of Duty is really a super powerhouse at this point that it cannot topple down from its tower, no matter the quality that Activision keeps on releasing to the mass of gamers globally on a yearly basis.
In today’s article, we’ll be focusing on its influence in the realm of Twitch—from when it peaked to the point where everyone just gave up watching and the time when it always builds up momentum whenever CoD Pro League comes into play. Continue reading “The Rise and Fall of Call of Duty on Twitch”