For the last two years, the Call of Duty Championship has served as the definitive proving ground for the best competitive Call of Duty teams in the world. This year, the Call of Duty Championship, presented by Xbox will make its return on March 27 through March 29 in Los Angeles. The three-day event will feature the top 32 teams from around the globe as they go head-to-head in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare with a $1 million prize pool and the coveted title of world champions on the line.
The competition is certain to heat up this year, as teams will leverage Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s new mobility mechanics and near-future arsenal. It’ll not only make for dynamic combat on the ground and in the air, but an intense spectating experience for those watching online. Fans will be able to tune-in through MLG.tv and other streaming services with the crowning championship match to be broadcast on Xbox Live on March 29.
As we look ahead to the championship, the top 32 teams will emerge from online and live regional qualifying tournaments scheduled from February to early March. To learn more about the qualifying tournaments, as well as how to tune-in, check out CallofDuty.com/eSports.