32 teams worldwide convene in Hollywood to compete head-to-head for $1 million in prizing and recognition as the best Call of Duty players in the world
The Call of Duty Championship, presented by Xbox and featuring a $1 million Call of Duty: Black Ops II tournament, is now underway in Hollywood, CA, April 5-7, Activision Publishing announced. 32 of the most skilled Call of Duty: Black Ops II multiplayer teams are competing head-to-head for their share of a $1 million total prize purse, and the opportunity for one team to secure the highly coveted honor of Call of DutyWorld Champions.
The Call of Duty Championship begins with round-robin style pool play among eight groups of four teams. The top two teams from each group will advance to a 16-team double elimination bracket, where the team who places first will take home $400,000 of the $1 million dollar prize pool. The remaining seven teams will each take home prizes ranging from $200,000 for second place to $25,000 for eighth place.