The 2021 Call of Duty League season will begin February 11 with the Atlanta FaZe Home Series online event, which will run until February 14. Fans will be able to enjoy a special pre-season event called the Call of Duty League Kickoff Classic that will be broadcast on January 23-24. The Atlanta FaZe Home Series will conclude the pre-season during MLG's hugely anticipated 2017 Championship Event, scheduled to take place March 9-12 in Atlanta, GA.

To recap:

Multi-Stage Season: The Call of Duty League participates in a two-stage season, with Pre-Season and Playoffs.

Pre-Season: The 2017 Call of Duty World League Team Pre-Season will preview teams for the next three weeks, as they battle it out for a spot in MLG's showcase Pro Division. The Pre-Season will run until February 21 with Playoffs scheduled for March 9-12. Friday Night Warps: On Fridays throughout the Pre-Season, teams will play 10-match and 7-match Classic Matches in the "Friday Night Warps." For the first time, all matches in the "Friday Night Warps" will be free and open to the public. In addition, players will be able to reserve their BTN Team, which will determine their role and number of members for the upcoming season.

Playoffs: On Sunday, March 15, the Pre-Season and Playoffs playoff bracket will determine top teams from Europe, North America and South America. At the conclusion of the Playoffs, the second-place teams from each continent will meet in a single-elimination playoff bracket.

2017 Call of Duty World League Championship: Directed by COO and co-founder of Infinity Ward, Jason West and featuring a $1 Million Prize Pool, the 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship will run from April 10 through April 28, featuring 24 of the best teams from around the world. Spots available for the Championship are awarded exclusively to the participants who reach the Championship Playoffs.

Below is the Call of Duty Halo Championship 2017 Call of Duty Championship Bracket:

The London Electric Vehicle Company is on track to deliver a hybrid and all-electric E-class coupe between the end of next month, the company confirmed. It's now set to offer an all-electric version of the E-type between Christmas and early February.

The vehicle, which is about 121 mm long and,'95 mm tall,' will be two m shorter and are 162 mm wide than the E-class coupe, which was revealed earlier this year. Both versions are expected to be released at the end of 2018, according to Electrek.

The biggest departure from the E-class is the combination of a plug-in hybrid system with a battery, which could be capable of