What is the Call of Duty World League?
The Call of Duty World League is a worldwide eSports league operated by Activision. The Call of Duty World League deepens our commitment to support the highest quality of competitive play for Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, including bigger competitions, greater prize pools, and more opportunities to get involved than ever before.
What’s the Call of Duty World League Season Schedule?
The Black Ops 3 World League season consists of two major competitive stages leading up to Call of Duty Championship 2016 in the fall, starting with regional qualifying events and online qualifiers in December.
What’s the difference between the Pro and Challenge Division?
The Pro Division of the Call of Duty World League will have competitions in North America, Europe, and Australia/New Zealand. Each territory will have an independent regional structure for fans to follow leading up to Call of Duty Championship 2016.
The Challenge Division provides a means for aspiring or amateur Call of Duty players to earn their way to the Call of Duty Championship. The Challenge Division will host a series of LAN events that will offer a prize pool as well as World League points for a chance to earn a spot at the Call of Duty Championship.
Where do I watch the tournaments online?
All tournaments will be live streamed for free on the Call of Duty World League site at www.callofduty.com/CWL.
Can I attend events in person?
The Call of Duty World League will have Pro Division LAN events with limited access to the public. There will also be LAN events for the Challenge Division, giving fans the opportunity to see some of the best competition Call of Duty can offer in-person. Stay tuned to CallofDuty.com/CWL for all the latest on local events.
Who can compete in the Call of Duty World League?
Players must be 18 years of age or older to participate in the Call of Duty World League Pro or Challenge Division.