The first Call of Duty World League Challenge Division event takes place this weekend with UMG’s event in South Carolina. This weekend’s event features two separate prize pool breakdown — one for Open Bracket teams and one for the CWL Champion bracket tournament.
Open Bracket Play:
For teams that are not part of the Pro Division of the Call of Duty World League, these teams will start off by playing the Open Bracket run. This begins Friday, February 12th at 3PM ET and will be a double elimination bracket. The top 8 teams from the Open Bracket will earn prize money, and the top 4 teams out of the top 8 will get to advance to the CWL Champion Tournament.
Open Bracket Prize Pool:
CWL Champion Tournament:
The CWL Champion Tournament will begin in the evening of Saturday, February 13th after the Open Bracket play has completed. The CWL Champion tournament will feature 16 teams; Call of Duty World League Pro Division teams will be seeded in their bracket by their current Pro Division ranking. The 4 teams from the Open Bracket will be seeded by their placements in the open bracket tournament.
The CWL Champion Tournament is a single elimination tournament and will conclude on February 14th. Pro Division teams are not eligible to earn Challenge Division points. Only teams from the Open Bracket can earn those points, which helps for qualification for the Call of Duty Championship 2016.
CWL Champion Tournament Prize Pool:
The event begins on Friday, February 12th at 3PM ET with the Open Bracket Play. The event will be streamed on Twitch.tv/CallofDuty.
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