The Call of Duty World League, a worldwide eSports league operated by Activision, has been announced to tie in with the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops III.
The Call of Duty World League will bring competitive Call of Duty to new audiences and long-time fans alike with regional competitions and live-streamed events throughout the year. What’s more, the Call of Duty World League will offer new opportunities for amateur players and fans of all skill levels to compete and even earn a spot at the Call of Duty Championship. We’re also upping the stakes by tripling the prize pool to $3 million in potential winnings throughout the year.
There will be two division, a Pro Division for the pro eSport players, which will include competitions in North America, Europe, and Australia, starting in January 2016.
There will also be a Challenge Division in which amateur teams can compete to try and win a spot in the Call of Duty Championship.