New York Subliners, Metro by T-Mobile Team Up for Black Ops Cold War Hotline


To celebrate the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War on Thursday, Call of Duty League team the New York Subliners (NYSL) has partnered with Metro by T-Mobile for the “Subliners Cold War Hotline presented by Metro by T-Mobile,” a telephone hotline that pays tribute to the popular video game hotlines of the 80’s and 90’s where gamers could call to get advice on how to beat a particular video game. 

Fans can call (205) 433-9449 to leave a message seeking whatever advice they need related to Cold War. After a “few days,” NYSL players James “Clayster” Eubanks, Thomas “ZooMaa” Paparatto, Makenzie “Mack” Kelley, and Paco “HyDra” Rusiewiez will sift through the messages and create a video with advice and guidance. The hotline is free to call (no charges per minute like in the old days), save charges related to callers’ own phone plans. 

A video announcing the particulars was released today:

The hotline activation is the latest collaboration with T-Mobile, who signed an expansion of an existing partnership with Andbox in July to include the Metro brand. NYSL is owned and operated by Andox, which also owns and operates New York-based Overwatch League team, New York Excelsior


Note: Andbox Advisory Board Chairman David Levy will take part in the panel, “Media Veteran Weighs-In on Esports Investment and Plans Going Forward,” at Esports Rising on Nov. 19. For tickets and to learn more about this annual event dedicated to the business of esports from Sports Business Journal and The Esports Observer, visit this link.






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