In addition to the Call of Duty World League news, Activision has announced the return of the Call of Duty Championship. The event will take place in Fall 2016, instead of Spring.
For the first time in its history, the Call of Duty Championship will move from spring to fall, taking place in fall of 2016 to give players an extended amount of time to hone their competitive skills in Call of Duty: Black Ops III through competing in the Call of Duty World League regular season.
With the Pro and Challenge Divisions of the Call of Duty World League there is an unmatched level of series and tournament combined prizing available. There’s more than $3 million on the line between series payouts, LAN events, and the Call of Duty Championship, making it is the biggest total prize pool for Call of Duty eSports, and more than triple the previous prizing.
Activision has confirmed that the Call of Duty Championship event will be the grand finale of 2016 of events for Black Ops 3.