The first ever Call of Duty World League, presented by PlayStation 4 Global Pro LAN League kicks off this weekend with Stage 1! Over the next four weekends, teams will compete LIVE in Columbus, Ohio in their individual groups for a chance to advance to the Stage 1 Finals.

The top two teams from each group will advance to the Call of Duty World League Global Pro League Stage 1 Finals. The third place team in each group will not advance to the Finals but will secure a spot for Stage 2 of the League. The fourth place team will have to compete at CWL Anaheim in a relegation match to try and re-qualify for Stage 2.

Here’s a breakdown of the schedule for each week/group:

Group Red: 

Group Red matches takes place April 21 through April 23.

Schedule (all times EST):

Friday, April 21: 

  • 4:00PM — Splyce vs EnVyUs
  • 5:30PM — Cloud9 vs Mindfreak
  • 7:00PM — EnVyUs vs Mindfreak
  • 8:30PM — Splyce vs Cloud9

Saturday, April 22: 

  • 2:00PM — Splyce vs Mindfreak
  • 3:30PM — EnVyUs vs Cloud9
  • 5:00PM — TBD
  • 6:30PM – TBD

Sunday, April 23: 

  • 2:00PM — TBD
  • 3:30PM — TBD
  • 5:00PM — TBD
  • 6:30PM — TBD

Broadcast Talent for Week 1: 


Group Blue: 

Group Blue matches take place April 28 through April 30.

Schedule (all times EST):

Friday, April 28: 

  • 4:00PM — Fnatic vs FaZe Clan
  • 5:30PM — Rise Nation vs Evil Geniuses
  • 7:00PM — Evil Geniuses vs Fnatic
  • 8:30PM — FaZe Clan vs Rise Nation

Saturday, April 29: 

  • 2:00PM — Fnatic vs Rise Nation
  • 3:30PM — Evil Geniuses vs FaZe Clan
  • 5:00PM — TBD
  • 6:30PM — TBD

Sunday, April 30: 

  • 2:00PM — TBD
  • 3:30PM — TBD
  • 5:00PM — TBD
  • 6:30PM — TBD

Broadcast Talent for Group Blue TBA.


Group Yellow: 

Group Blue matches take place May 5 through May 7.

Schedule (all times EST):

Friday, May 5: 

  • 4:00PM — EUnited vs Millenium
  • 5:30PM — Epsilon vs LG
  • 7:00PM — Millenium vs Epsilon
  • 8:30PM — EUnited vs LG

Saturday, May 6: 

  • 2:00PM — Millenium vs LG
  • 3:30PM — Epsilon vs EUnited
  • 5:00PM — TBD
  • 6:30PM — TBD

Sunday, May 7: 

  • 2:00PM — TBD
  • 3:30PM — TBD
  • 5:00PM — TBD
  • 6:30PM — TBD

Broadcast Talent for Group Yellow TBA.


Group Green: 

Group Blue matches take place May 12 through May 14.

Schedule (all times EST):

Friday, May 12: 

  • 4:00PM — OpTic Gaming vs Red Reserve
  • 5:30PM — Elevate vs Enigma6
  • 7:00PM — Red Reserve vs Elevate
  • 8:30PM — OpTic Gaming vs Enigma6

Saturday, May 13: 

  • 2:00PM — Red Reserve vs Enigma6
  • 3:30PM — OpTic Gaming vs Elevate
  • 5:00PM — TBD
  • 6:30PM — TBD

Sunday, May 14: 

  • 2:00PM — TBD
  • 3:30PM — TBD
  • 5:00PM — TBD
  • 6:30PM — TBD

Broadcast Talent for Group Green TBA.


All of the Call of Duty World League Global Pro League Stage 1 action will be live streamed on MLG.tv/CallofDuty and in-game in Infinite Warfare on PS4 via the Call of Duty on MLGtv viewer.

There’s a total of $700,000 on the line in Stage 1. Activision says that “each player will collect over $3,000 as part of the regular season prize pool of $200,000.” The Stage 1 Finals will see the top 8 teams go head to head for their chance to win their share of the $500,000 prize pool.

For those interested in attending the weekly matches, there are a limited number of tickets available here.

The CWL Global Pro League Stage 1 Finals will take place May 26-28 in the MLG Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Tickets to attend the Finals are not on sale yet.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest CWL news!

SOURCE: MLG (1, 2)

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  • GinsuVictim

    No even cares enough to say FURST. Sad….

    • lunator100hd .

      Yes, at least someone needs to find the courage for the sake of cod.

    • Ray’

      Loool R.I.P

    • BudEagle

      you were first, so why didnt you say FURST? Youre like the guy who gets in line for a midnight release at 4pm and says nobody cares about the game cause you were first lol

      • GinsuVictim

        Idiots here usually race to say it, yet this was up a while without any posts.

        • BudEagle

          that im aware of but this was posted today and you commented at around 10am est so idk why anyone would be on CI that early unless they’re not in school or at their job. idk why people feel the need to bash the part of the cod community that plays more cod than anyone else. Most cod esports players/fans would rather be playing another cod but they’re here to compete and/or support their teams.

          • GinsuVictim

            You’re taking this comments section way more serious than I or most of us here do.

          • BudEagle

            okay sorry but every other article has funny back and forth and legitimate thoughts regarding the articles topic and every article regarding cod esports, informational or otherwise, everyone is always bashing, lighthearted or not its a big disparity and its pretty annoying. dont get me wrong. i enjoy the comments on CI but i find it pointless anymore to view the comments on cod esports articles cuz there is nothing intelligent or funny going on down here. its just disappointing. competitive and casual players should coexist and respect each other for how they choose to enjoy cod. Alright, now I’m getting a little “speechy” and serious lol

            Lets all make CI comments great again!

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  • ccrows

    Hey Keshav, any idea what the 435.82MB patch was today?…

  • imBATMAN

    furst