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Gary Vaynerchuk reveals why his first investment in esports is in the $300 million Call of Duty League (ATVI)

Business Insider Monday, 3 February 2020
Gary Vaynerchuk reveals why his first investment in esports is in the $300 million Call of Duty League (ATVI)· *The Call of Duty League kicked off its inaugural season last month with a special event hosted by the Minnesota Rokkr esports team.*
· *Media mogul and entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk is one of Minnesota Rokkr's co-owners, and he spoke with Business Insider about why he chose to invest in the Call of Duty League over other...
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