This past weekend was a big weekend in gaming for Call of Duty eSports. Major tournaments around the world took place including the ESL, MLG Winter Championship, an Australia tournament, and an Africa tournament. The top 8 teams from ESL and MLG, two teams from Australia, and 1 team from Africa have earned a spot to play in the Call of Duty Championship.
News from ESL:
The 8 teams from Europe to qualify for the Call of Duty Championship have been decided at the ESL Championship tournament, in Cologne, Germany. The top 16 European went head to head to settle which 8 would be heading out to L.A.
Top 8 teams from ESL:
- Pain Gaming
- KILLERFISH eSport e.V
These teams have qualified to go to the Call of Duty Championship in L.A at the beginning of April.
MLG Winter Championship:
After a great weekend of gaming for Black Ops 2 pro players, the top 8 teams of MLG Winter Championship have been selected. It was an amazing event by the MLG team, and all the casters there, including Hastr0 and Fwiz.
Top 8 Teams from MLG Winter Championship:
- vVv Gaming
- UNITE.NA Gaming
- OpTic Gaming
- Fariko Impact
- Donut Shop
- Team EnVyUs
And, two teams from Australia have been selected:
- Team Immunity
And from Africa:
Call of Duty Championship, presented by Xbox, takes place April 5-7 in Hollywood, CA. 32 teams of 4 players are competing for a chance at the $1M tournament. The entire event will be live streamed through Call of Duty ELITE.
SOURCE: CODeSports Hub