Yep, you read that right. $700,000 to the one who wins it all! Everything is stacked on CWL Pro League Stage 2!
There’s a rich history as to what Call of Duty represents to gamers. It provides competition and unity towards a common goal, and that’s to be the best among the rest. The top 16 teams who have went through the past tournaments will have a chance to fight it out against each other on the MLG ARENA this May 14 to July 29. Pro point of 40,000 series! The competition holds a strong leverage on who goes to the Championship Finals. Moreover, the teams that are farming points will get a shot at winning higher than $1,525,000.00 (as last year’s prize money is presented).
The latest chapter of the qualifiers for the Stage 2 will happen on CWL Seattle that commences on April. The roster of the people who are still to join are not yet announced. The Stage 2 competitors will still have to compete to gain points from the qualifying tournaments in order for them to join the upcoming tournaments. Top 16 teams who have the most points will gain the ticket to go on and fight each other out on CWL Pro League stage 2.
CWL Championship Series History
Call of Duty has always been a competitive game. Now that esports is turning into a worldwide sensation, the competition is getting bigger. Let’s take a look back at some of the past winners of the Call of Duty World Champions. In 2011, Modern Warfare 3 was used by Optic Gaming to win the championship. 2013 is the time for Black Ops 2 in which Fariko Impact won. It was then followed by Call of Duty Ghosts by Complexity Gaming, Call of Duty Advanced Warfare by Denial Esports, Black Ops 3 by Team EnVyUs, and last year’s champions are Optic Gaming through the game Infinite Warfare. Excitement surrounds them as we await the winners of the $700,000 cash prize. Are you excited?