Call Of Duty Esports Community Launches World League Global Pro League

Rodiano Bonacci
Aprile 21, 2017

The Call of Duty: World League looks like it's all set to get back into the swing of things, as the first Global Pro League is set to kick off a whole new competition for fans to enjoy. Depending on how the participants do in this tournament, they will be seeded into the Call of Duty World Championship, where 1.5 million dollars will be on the line for more prizes.

The first-ever Call of Duty World League Global Pro League starts on Friday as pro esports players face off in the first-person shooter multiplayer game for $1.4 million in prizes. Taking place in Columbus, Ohio, Stage 1 kicks off this weekend with Australia's Mindfreak going up against some stiff competition. In addition to the $700,000 payout, the teams will be competing for seeding heading into the Stage 2 contests starting in June in Columbus.

The sixteen teams all come from a variety of regions, ranging from North America, to Europe, to Asia and the Pacific.

"The competition across the CWL this year has been incredible", said Activision's Rob Kostich. "The Global Pro League is bringing together the top teams to battle head-to-head not only for some serious prize money at each stage, but also to claim their spot for biggest competition of the year, the CWL Champs".

The tournament will be held over the next ten weeks, with the top 16 Call of Duty professional teams set to take on one another across two stages of competition. Sony's PlayStation 4 console is the official partner with MLG.

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