The lights are on
Activision just announced that eight teams
from Call of Duty's in-game Champions Series League have been chosen to attend
the upcoming worldwide Call of Duty Championship in Hollywood. The teams will
compete in Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
Below is a list of the teams from the
Champions Series that have been given a berth to the Call of Duty Championship.
The Call of Duty Championship is sponsored by
Xbox and will take place on April 5 through April 7, 2013 at the Hollywood
Palladium Theatre. In addition to the eight already announced, 24 more teams
will be invited to the tournament based on the results of qualifying events
held around the world by Major League Gaming, The Australian Cyber League, and the
Electronic Sports League. The teams will be competing for a share of
Two upcoming qualifying events are the Major
League Gaming 2013 Pro Circuit Winter Championship in Dallas on March 15-17 and
the Electronic Sports League World Championship in Cologne, Germany on March
For more, go to the official site of the Call
of Duty Championship.
Email the author Matt Helgeson, or follow on Twitter, and Game Informer.
Wish I could compete from my room. I wouldn't mind a million dollars.
TVA? Since when does FDR play COD?... Acronyms are fun.
This game sucks, I didn't know there was a tournament for such a terrible game.
I want to know what classes use the pro gamers
Pretty cool. Good luck guys!
let the qucik scoping begin...
My friend is on his way to dallas for that event. Rooting for them.
Good Job Proph and the rest of Awe Sports :)
A Treyarch game being used for a professional gaming event. That just amazes me. Gaming is really going down the sh*tter.
be nice if they had a live feed of it on YouTube or something