Game controller innovator SCUF Gaming has launched its new Call of Duty League (CDL) controller collection. The new line of controllers features team colors and logos, commemorating the inaugural season of the CDL. There are 13 total designs now available for the SCUF Infinity 4PS Pro and the SCUF Impact controllers.
SCUF Gaming currently has partnerships with teams such as Optic Gaming, Luminosity, FaZe Clan, and more. These controllers provide fans with a personalized gaming experience while representing their favorite CDL team. Each design also displays splashes of bright team colors with underlying black features. CEO of SCUF Gaming Duncan Ironmonger shared some insight regarding the launch: “While the designs capture all of the excitement and passion of each franchise, SCUF features and functionality unlock the true potential of every competitor and gamer.”
— SCUF (@ScufGaming) June 25, 2020
Improved performance for gamers
The main focus of SCUF’s collection is to build ergonomic controllers providing measurable performance improvement for esports professionals and casual gamers. The overall design features unique back paddles, ergonomic grips, tunable trigger stops, and thumbstick lengths. Additionally, SCUF offers controller customization for players who have specific wants and needs. Professional players Dallas Empire‘s James “Clayster” Eubanks and Toronto Ultra‘s Anthony “Methodz” Zinni are also known to use SCUF in-game.
Fans who have plans to purchase part of the collection have an option to choose from two models. The SCUF Impact starting at $169 offers removable faceplate, interchangeable thumbstick, and more. Similarly, the SCUF Infinity 4PS Pro, available for $159, brings two removable paddles and a high-grade grip.
This year marks the inaugural season of the CDL, featuring five-on-five matches from esports teams in 12 markets, representing 11 cities in four countries. This new collection is a celebration commemorating teams such as Los Angeles Guerrillas, Paris Legion, and more as they play to compete in this year’s upcoming CDL Championship tournament.