UPDATE: Activision has stated that players have to be 18 or older to compete in the World League. In addition, they’ve re-confirmed PS4 as the platform for all competitions.

Original Story:

Activision today announced that they’re going to be taking their involvement in eSports to the next level by hosting their own World League called Call of Duty World League. Activision has created a new team dedicated to launching and maintaining the new league.

Call of Duty World League

The Call of Duty World League will be comprised of two Divisions – The Pro Division and The Challenge Division – each of which will feed into the grand finale of the competitive Call of Duty season, and the biggest event in console eSports, the Call of Duty Championship.

The Pro Division

Professional Call of Duty teams in North America, Europe, and Australia & New Zealand will battle throughout the year in regional competition during The Pro Division regular season to earn their ticket to the Call of Duty Championship, and will compete for the largest seasonal cash prizes in Call of Duty to date. The Call of Duty World League Pro Division kicks off competition in January 2016 in North America, Europe, and Australia & New Zealand.

Activision has confirmed that the Pro Division Season 1 will begin in January 2016. North America will have 12 teams, of which 8 will make the stage 1 and stage 2 finals; Europe will host 10 teams of which 6 will make the stage finals; and Australia/New Zealand will have 8 teams taking part, of which 4 will make the stage finals. Qualification for the Pro Division begins in December 2015. Stay tuned for more information.

The Challenge Division

The Challenge Division will provide a path for amateur and other aspiring pro players to compete with each other and enhance their competitive skills as well. The winning teams in The Challenge Division will also earn a spot in the Call of Duty Championship by competing in a series of official LAN events.

The Challenge Division will allow for teams from countries within the Pro Division, and those from countries that are not supported by the Pro Division to participate. Qualification information will be announced soon.

“Treyarch’s passion for competitive gaming precedes Call of Duty: Black Ops II, a heritage that inspired us to introduce dedicated eSports features into the franchise and one that compelled us to push the boundaries of Call of Duty: Black Ops III’s offerings beyond anything we’ve delivered before,” said Mark Lamia, Treyarch studio head. “While our global fan base of players range from casual to professional, they all share a desire to compete – some at the highest levels. With Call of Duty: Black Ops III, we are introducing a series of new features, like Arena mode that not only accommodate that diversity of play styles, but also let players see how they stack up against one another. Treyarch is giving the community of Call of Duty players new ways to compete and enjoy the thrill of competition.”

Activision has stated that they will be revealing new details on broadcasting partners and more in the months ahead. This new eSports structure starts with Black Ops 3 and will be the foundation of Call of Duty eSports going forward.

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  • Kenny

    RIP CoD champs 2k16?

    • No, they have champs too

    • Dumb kids in the comments sigh

      Can you not read dumbass? They said that the leagues are a way to earn a spot for COD Champs….

  • That’s cool

  • Forer0


    • D.J.

      I’m sure MLG will be affiliated in some way.

      • BradyAlucard[sillibk]

        Fuck MLG.

        • Thomas the TankSwag

          But.. But…. MLG 360 Noscopes 4 dayz?

          • BradyAlucard[sillibk]

            What does Day-Z have to do with it?! Now I’d watch that.

  • CoDforever


    • Shaun Greig

      Black ops 3 is shit on Xbox one it lags crashes lags crashes lags lags lags its terrible but AW is perfect which must mean the servers in Europe are crap as per while the Americans and Canada etc get the best servers

      • CoDforever

        black ops 3 is way more fun then AW

        • Shaun Greig

          Where about it has nothing but issues

  • CoDforever

    Wow, not only do we have the mlg events, championships, xgames, UMGs, Pro leagues and gfinity’s but now we have an official huge league from activision? Holy shit GG

    • BradyAlucard[sillibk]

      Who cares? This does nothing for the franchise.

      • Duke of hazard

        Who cares? I don’t know. Lets ask the people who bothered to comment on this article.

        • BradyAlucard[sillibk]

          That’s the spirit! Just because I disagree with the e-Sports agenda, doesn’t mean I’m not allowed to state my opinion in a comments section.

          • kkkbo3peoples

            Well if u dnt care y r u even on this topic? Plz I DNT get people like U.

          • BradyAlucard[sillibk]

            So I have to be up Call of Duty’s ass to post on this website?

      • Stuout

        I care cuz it gives us small teams a chance to advance

        • BradyAlucard[sillibk]

          Advance in what? It does nothing for the franchise overall… competitive is literally pointless. It’s not what gaming is about.

          • Kurama The Nine-Tailed Fox

            Does nothing for the franchise? What are you talking about? When thousands of people gather to watch something they enjoy it inherently benefits the franchise. Epic moments will happen and then social media comes into play. = More hype and attention Worldwide for the game.

          • BradyAlucard[sillibk]

            Right, so Activision should mass-support competitive because it broadcasts to tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands, in comparison to tens of millions of annual sales? The competitive player population in CoD is minute. Ill re-iterate; it doesn’t benefit the franchise. My experience doesn’t get better when events are happening, in fact, developers are so overly-involved in it, that they bring their competitive influences into the public games, i.e. BO2 and AW. They seem to be doing a bit better in BO3. I respect your opinion, though, I think you made a good point. We’ll just have to agree to disagree.

          • Kurama The Nine-Tailed Fox

            Sorry but I have to disagree until you agree with me. Competitive benefits every part of this game literally and I can’t believe people think ‘competitive is killing COD’ or that ‘it doesn’t benefit the franchise’. Treyarch literally saved COD with BO2 and it’s great competitive and casual scene. Competitive was a whole new dimension for players to prove how good they really are.

            If a game is competitive it means the game is balanced in all aspects (maps, guns, gamemodes etc) and that is a good thing for both casuals and competitive players alike. When things are balanced in a game it truly becomes a actual fair contest in which skills or teamwork will be the true winners and this entertaining to play and watch.

            When guns kill instantly and maps are too large like in Ghosts there is no real contest and it becomes a matter of luck and not fun to watch or play.

            Same in AW with supply drops ruining both competitive and casuals experience as not everyone has access to the same weapons (if a bad player gets a good gun that’s luck) and the crazy movement makes the battlefield uncontrollable and erratic = random = luck.

            Look at games like Counter Strike, Dota 2 and LoL and their competitive scene and how long these competitive games remain relevant for… even BO2 still pulls more players today than both Ghosts and AW. Why do these games have so many players/viewers and remain relevant for so long?

            It’s because the game is balanced to the core despite having various playstyles within the game, nothing is OP and a players skills is very and clearly prevalent, that is very important for both casuals and competitive players as that’s what makes it truly fun.

            A Worldwide stage to showcase the game at it’s best for all it’s worth means billions of annual sales and more global concurrent players online equals wanting to experience the greatness for themselves which equals better matchmaking for everyone.

            Saying competitive or eSprots brings “nothing to the franchise” is absolutely absurd imo. As a gamer it might be hard to believe even I struggle to believe it but electronic sports is very real and Activision knows it, clear to see other companies are making millions because of it and the viewership is no joke either after all gaming is the biggest form of entertainment.

            If you still disagree we will just have to agree to disagree but just know that competitive does improves everyone’s experience of COD.

          • BradyAlucard[sillibk]

            Yeah, it’s not like Vahn wasn’t biased or anything during Black Ops 2. No. Competitive killed BO2. Even though most maps had three-lanes, there were more headglitches. Competitive hinders the franchise so much, again, that it affects public playlists. They have no right to force players to play a casual game competitively. BO3 is doing it right. They’re aware that competitive and public playlists should never be mutual. It’s funny that you mention ‘skill’ in a casual game, where it’s literally irrelevant.

            That’s a common misconception. Black Ops 2, despite its entirety being influenced by competitive in terms of public playlists, was still flawed. Target Finder LMG’s, Holy Trinity, pistols, quickscoping, the Remington, etc. were problematic. Competitive did nothing to get rid of the crutches, so that statement is redundant. Games aren’t about fairness. That’s not what balance means. No game is meant to be “fair”, and just because competitive has now gotten into the picture, it doesn’t mean that teamwork will be more efficient. Since Advanced Warfare adopted SBMM because of competitive, I didn’t see that happen (that’s another thing that competitive in BO2 caused for the first few months of that game’s lifecycle). Competitive being entertaining is subjective. Guys making fools of themselves by jumping up in the air taking everything so seriously doesn’t entertain me. Don’t even get me started on the competitive community. That’s a pretty big reason why competitive needs to be completely removed, in my opinion.

            CoD commentators never thrived off of their gameplay footage. Only competitive YouTubers. Ghosts is a poor example. That’s one bad game out of many that were just fine without a strong competitive influence. MW2 had optional competitive rulesets, i.e. Game Battles. I think that that should be the main formula, or the way it’s currently presented should change drastically, because I’m not convinced that I should support it.

            Which is why competitive banned them, and don’t get me started on that, either (which, again, is addressed in BO3).

            CoD is NOT like any of those games. You’re comparing apples to oranges. Honestly speaking, games are meant for fun, not to be taken seriously and competitively. Sports Athletes get overpaid as it is. I prefer the way things were in the 90’s, where competition was handled, back then, and Online Gaming didn’t oversaturate the market. Now that competitive is more wide-spread than in past games, people who play it exclusively think it’s ‘cool’ to talk down upon people, as if skill actually matters. It induces toxicity, and I find it sickening. Competitive CoD is a joke. Competitive in-general is a different story. Even though I still find it silly, those games are big for a reason, so I don’t really have much to say about competitive in them. I’m talking about strictly CoD.

            ‘Nothing is OP”? We must be playing two completely different games. No, you’re playing CoD at a restricted level. If anything has to be banned, then it is a flawed system, and, well, the game in-general is flawed, despite competitive influence. CoD is an easy-to-pickup game. Skill doesn’t play much of a factor, which is a reason why competitive CoD gets looked down upon, and can’t be taken seriously. I’m surprised Activision even acknowledges CoD ‘e-Sports’, because it’s a very minute part of CoD (under five percent of overall annual sales, I guarantee), nor is it a huge selling point. Who do you know that picks up CoD because it’s “incredibly skillful and competitive”? I’m guessing it’s a very small number.

            “A Worldwide stage to showcase the game at it’s best for all it’s worth
            means billions of annual sales and more global concurrent players online
            equals wanting to experience the greatness for themselves which equals
            better matchmaking for everyone.” Right, because there is evidence to back this claim up. If Black Ops 2 League Play had such a low population (not even 10,000 regularly), and only tens to hundreds of thousands watch the matches live, then there’s no way that it makes billions of dollars annually for the franchise. Who are they appealing to? They want a piece of the PC pie, that’s all they’re seeking after, I guarantee you that that’s the only reason why it’s still a thing. Not for the love of the game, not to make the game better, but for the game to have Counter-Strike, League of Legends, and DOTA 2 numbers. The billions of dollars that Activision makes, comes from the majority of players who buy the game. Competitive players, such as Nadeshot, will confirm my statements, that the competitive populous in regards to the general populous is minute in comparison, and he will STILL want to be catered to by the developers, as if it’s correct behavior. I completely disagree.

            Yes, I WILL say that it doesn’t do anything for the franchise, because I think it’s a perfectly logical and valid statement. I don’t see money raking in. I don’t see it appealing to a mass audience. I see them appealing to a small audience. That’s not what the game should focus its design on. All games, if competitive stays, in the future, should re-iterate Black Ops 3’s competitive design philosophy (i.e. separating it from the public playlist completely, and letting the players choose what they don’t want to have in that particular match, in other words, incorporating ideas from other competitively successful games like League of Legends). I should not be forced to play something that I don’t want to get involved in, just because David Vonderhaar had some drinks with a couple of buddies, who just so happen to be a part of the competitive scene. That’s not how the franchise will succeed.

            Yeah. I can’t agree with that statement. It’ll take a lot to convince me, like an official statement from a billion-dollar corporation, where the physical facts are concerned, instead of our subjectivity.

          • Kurama The Nine-Tailed Fox

            “Competitive killed BO2. Even though most maps had three-lanes, there were more headglitches.”

            – There was definitely more cover in BO2 which helped players lock down certain routes of the map, controlling the battlefield is tactical and therefore skilful. There are many counters to people who hide behind cover… stuns, nades or flanking etc.

            “They have no right to force players to play a casual game competitively.”
            – BO2 did not have forced competitive so I don’t know why you keep talking as if to say league play was not completely separate from casual playlists in BO2? I don’t know if you played BO2 or not.

            “It’s funny that you mention ‘skill’ in a casual game, where it’s literally irrelevant.”

            – Are you saying that there is no skill gap in COD whatsoever? Just because a game has casual players doesn’t mean there is no skill gap and no competitive players that try to be the best they possibly can. Anyone can be a competitive player or a casual it depends on your mood. There are many casual players who like to try hard at times and there a competitive players who like to play casually sometimes… When you really think about every game has casual players and players that want to know exactly just how good they are against other players (competitive) even if the game is just designed for casuals i.e. Tetris,

            “Target Finder LMG’s, Holy Trinity, pistols, quickscoping, the Remington, etc. were problematic. Competitive did nothing to get rid of the crutches, so that statement is redundant. Games aren’t about fairness.”

            – All those things you mentioned had perfectly viable counters and therefore you cannot possibly call of those things problematic or unfair, don’t really want to go into the specifics for countering things in a 3 year old game, everyone should know the counters by now.

            “No game is meant to be “fair”, and just because competitive has now gotten into the picture, it doesn’t mean that teamwork will be more efficient.”

            – What kind of games are you playing? lol if a game is not fair that means there is plenty of injustice, wheres the fun in that?

            “Guys making fools of themselves by jumping up in the air taking everything so seriously doesn’t entertain me. Don’t even get me started on the competitive community. That’s a pretty big reason why competitive needs to be completely removed, in my opinion.”

            – You would rather what people die every second and go 0 – 40? Anyways no one said you have to watch competitive, if you don’t like it fair enough but don’t say it should be removed when there are thousands of people who enjoy it. The competitive community is not minute in anyway it’s one in the same with casuals. There are many casuals who watch competitive like myself. You can’t remove a community that’s more or less one in the same. That’s like the competitive scene saying ‘lets remove casual playlists’ doesn’t make any sense. There is no benefits in removing communities such as competitive, casuals, snipers, zombies, custom game players, campaign players, clan war players etc… they all have a place in COD and space to grow as people embrace what they enjoy.

            “Honestly speaking, games are meant for fun, not to be taken seriously and competitively.”

            – Games are meant to be a fun and there is more fun to be had in the harder challenges faced playing competitively. Working effectively with your friends or teamwork via call outs etc is definitely fun and I’m guessing you’ve never experienced the game like that or you just don’t care at all for trying hard and I get that, have fun the way you think is fun but saying playing games seriously or competitively is not fun is a very wrong way to think. There are gamers out there who don’t find fun in things that not competitive as there us no sense of a challenge. There is nothing wrong with having fun wanting to the best you can be at anything for that matter.

            “Not for the love of the game, not to make the game better, but for the game to have Counter-Strike, League of Legends, and DOTA 2 numbers.”

            – Their clearly doing it for the love of the game otherwise they wouldn’t be listening and implementing things we asked for and of course their doing for the numbers also.

            “I don’t see money raking in. I don’t see it appealing to a mass audience. I see them appealing to a small audience.”

            – Yeah you don’t see any of these things but trust me when I say Activision do otherwise they obviously wouldn’t support it in the first place and make a global Word League or Arena’s in BO3 or League play in BO2.

            I am glad the game focuses it’s design on competitive gameplay as it incourages an increase in skill gap

          • CoDforever

            well said, its amazing how every problem in bo2 is blamed because of esports as if older cods were perfect just because they didnt have an esports focus.

          • CoDforever

            dude all competitive did for bo2 was make the game more colorful, added a spectator mode and some game modes like league play. All those problems you mentioned have nothing to do with esports and have been in many other games before (like headglitches)

            competitive did nothing to harm the base game in fact Its funny how people like you say bo2 was ruined by esports yet its still a favorite among casuals as well.

          • kkkbo3peoples

            Hell yeah kurama. No matter what anyone say treyarch is and always gonna save the cod franchise. Ghost brought it down as well as Aw( just a little bit) but when bo3 kicks off 11/6, I guarantee u that it won’t be a let down. Just put it this way treyarch knows what there doing.?

          • Shaun Greig

            Its a let down in the aspect the servers are shit in the UK as there are tthousands of gamers from normal to pro having connection problems on both new gen consoles and treyarch have the balls to blame the gamers providers when its really there servers that are bad and believe me the servers are bad on black ops3 which is a shame cause its been the same with every treyarch game whereas I can go on AW and kill with 6 bullets compared to 22 on ops3 its a joke and its easily fixed if they just spent the money but there not prepared to do that just like they won’t at Xmas to stop lizard squad bringing xbl and pan down GREEDY BASTARDS

        • kkkbo3peoples

          YO stuout u got a team?

    • Shaun Greig

      But its fucked up

  • Stefan Lang

    Meh, if Arena is as good as League was in Bo2 then Ill grind a bit. I dont plan on going pro though. I just play League to earn the extra incentive of climbing the leaderboards to obtain a high ranking in a top tier division.

    • Slothigans

      I’m the same. I don’t care about going pro at all but I love league, ranked play, all that stuff. I love competitive leaderboards makes it more fun. For me.

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  • Davy Crockett

    I really hope MLG doesn’t slime their way into this. They will ruin it real quick.

    • EZ_XLR8R

      I just don’t understand why they can’t just build a 4v4 team ladder so you and a bunch of clan members can get matches and be ranked on a leaderboard with wins and losses? Doesn’t make sense BF2MC did it and that was on ps/ in 2006. Individual rank sounds great for someone with no friends but a team even non competative still wants to play other teams.
      Below is a pick of what the league ladder board should look like this is on battlefield 2 modern combat 2006 all consoles had this ladder xbox xbox 360 and ps2 it’s a tragedy these companies can’t get it right and it’s this simple and been done before, a decade ago.

  • ItzSikh

    Only on PS4!

  • Ryumoau

    Sounds pretty awesome. Glad they are going to be showing the major esports event directly in the game. 🙂

  • ddasdsds

    COD would be a lot better without this gay esports

    • Kyle Soule

      The comment section would be a lot better without this gay ddasdsds.

      • Daniel

        Stop defending shitesports

        • Kyle Soule

          Stop being shit.

      • Damien Solberg

        annoying little fan boy

        • Kyle Soule

          Annoying little fuckboy

  • Diego Diniz

    I am a Good COD Player. How Can I participate???

    • tuby

      Dont you reed the article ? Tray to get member of a pro team lol juist kleding. Wait for more information of the challenge division..

      • tuby

        Fucking iPhone try to get member of a pro team lol just kidding

        • clercq1983

          I guess you’re from Holland or Belgium…

    • sorrytosay

      there’s a difference between a “Good” player and a competitive player. you can be a good player in pubs, but be complete shit in competitive play. just saying

      • Diego Diniz

        When I Say “Good” i’m not kidding. Always on FIRST PLACE every Map…I MEAN ALWAYS…since MW2 = Top Killer!

        • Daniel

          Yeah me too, but that’s not how it works, you need a full team and play by different tactics

        • Koolz

          Lol good luck trying to even win a match in higher level matches. You’ll get obliterated.

        • Rampage

          Lol pub doesn’t mean anything.

        • C.J

          Yea im nice in pubs too … But i could play comp too … Its way different … It takes mlre strategy

          • RvG Dare

            Strategy, determination, gun skill, and team chemistry

          • C.J

            Exactly … I just tried to summarize it

        • GoMLism

          People not giving straight answers and acting high and mighty are one of the big problems with others not accepting the competitive cod community. That being said, I’ll give you a brief explanation of what they mean when they say pubs don’t matter and what you need to do to get into the competitive side of cod. Firstly you have to understand that although you lead every lobby when you play pubs, there are literally millions and millions of people playing cod and so it’s rare you run into other players who are better than you. I lead every lobby i play in solo, all my friends do also. All this means is that you’re better than average but you still aren’t anywhere near the top.

          To get your feet wet first try league play. When you’re good enough to dominate everyone in league play to the point where you’re in masters and no one can touch you. (I once went a season 100-0 (discounting losses that occurred when we got ddos’d) Once you’re at that point you should find a team and start to play on sites like gamebattles and umgonline. On these sites you set up matches against other teams and it builds towards a rank. You will improve dramatically once you start playing against other people. (Think of it this way, normally you lead every lobby, but when playing a competitive team everyone in there leads every lobby with no problem as well so it’s a lot harder to do well but you also improve a lot faster). Once you’re doing well on gb, try playing in a tournament or two. When you enter a tournament that costs money to enter all the newbs are filtered out and every match you play will be really hard. Once you’re at the point where you’re starting to win tournaments THEN you should try to play 2k/5k tournaments on gb/umg and also start thinking about entering the challenge league. Once you do well in the challenge league you can go pro.

          It’s a long road to go from pubstomping to pro, it took most current pros years to break into the scene. But it’s really fun to play the lower level stuff even if you decide you don’t want to be a pro. It’s a more pure version of the game with a bunch of the imbalanced crap taken out and you play better people. The wins feel better, your adrenaline in a clutch situation is higher, and the losses feel worse.

          • RvG Dare

            Couldn’t Have said it better myself man!

    • Prostidude

      Info coming soon is what they said. Probably gonna have a site (like UMG, go, gfinity) to were you compete. Of course 16+

      • RvG Dare

        Yeah i hope so, i am tired of playing against/having to deal with 12-14 year olds

      • RvG Dare

        No hate towards them, its just that they aren’t mature enough

    • RvG Dare

      My Advice is to find a team and stick with them 🙂

  • Hunter

    Esports has ruined call of duty and is getting worse and worse each year. Sooner or later call of duty is going to become strictly competitive and catered toward pro players and teams only. This is saddening.

    • Kyle Soule

      Your wrong

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        • Kyle Soule

          Oh whatever haha

          • BradyAlucard[sillibk]

            No big deal.

    • Daniel

      You’re right

    • GoMLism

      Esports had nothing to do with cod’s decline in quality. In fact of the last 3-4 games arguably the best one (blops2) had the most esports features and support and was better balanced than AW and ghosts. What has caused the series to decline is the constant changing of devs and IW devs leaving the company after mw2 and all the casual bullshit and gimmicks they put in to allow worse players to get free kills on better players. The best game in the series arguably is cod4, and it had a thriving esports scene on PC. If you look at the best games in the series they were also the games that were most fun to play competitively.

      If you think having a league and some spectator features is becoming ‘strictly competitive’ then you are delusional. None of those things affect pubs at all, and their main focus has always been the casual audience. Just look at the perks/equipment/deathstreaks/support streaks etc they added to the game to help casual players. Hint: The series started to suck when they catered to much to the casual player. The last two iterations of cod at their core are casual as hell. The comp scene literally has to ban half the things to make it balanced so the good players are separated from the bad.

      If they actually did cater completely to the competitive scene you would end up with the most balanced game with the best maps. Notice the best maps in the series are also all big competitive maps, 3lanes with consistent spawns that can be controlled. The biggest game in the world League of legends has a thriving competitive scene and yet millions and millions of casual fans have fun and play it every day.

    • RvG Dare

      That is far from true.. its not like competitive players play casual… and i can assure you that casual wont change….

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  • Rampage

    Activision so did not copy the pro LOL scene

    • RvG Dare

      So what if they did, i mean if its for the better of the community why wouldn’t they

  • Dwayne

    I can’t wait these other games are annoying

  • Daniel

    Fuck E sports

    • Duke of hazard

      Yet here you are.

  • TwinspectreGaming101

    can’t wait to see this dumb game dead

    • ohYOUCARE

      But meanwhile clicked on charlie Intel went to COD NEWS and clicked on this article and commented hahahahah

      • RvG Dare


  • Yay I don’t know what I’m excited for but yay

  • Prostidude

    Orgasms is what I’m getting right now! Like if you agree.

  • kkkbo3peoples

    Well I know I got a team heading to cod champs next year……..Olympic GameFreaks(OGFs) wish us luck PLz. And if anyone’s interested let me know.

  • Savage

    pub players are raging in the comments LMAO

  • Raymond Herrera

    In search for a team. Getting my ps4 by release date of BO3. AR support mostly but I can adjust to any role.

  • Raymond Herrera

    Looking for a team for the World League. I will be getting my ps4 by release date for BO3. AR Support mostl but I can adjust to any role.

  • Mariah Mealey

    Either way Esports just comes down to who has the most money. Even if you do the Challenge division you still have to go to all the Official LAN events. Which cost money for every event announced. That means in terms if your a small team and have no sponsorship’s their is no way your getting their unless you have the money to do so.

    I’m all Xbox here so I’m not at a loss for either game. They may have taken Call of Duty away from us Xbox loyal members but they made up for it. I’m investing in both system’s so if COD don’t work out. I’ll make the switch to Halo.

    You didn’t screw us completely Xbox so I’m still pleased with your membership and ect. You gave them COD events and the Xbox community gets the Halo 5 exclusive gaming events. So each console is getting something on their end.

    “Don’t mess this up.” Keep Halo 5 on Xbox and let PS4 have COD. Either way it works out for both companies and console’s if they leave it that way.

  • LiQu1d

    I think its good for community but as for needing to get a ps4 to compete is complete bs. Alot of people wont go to ps4 when they spent so much on xbox one. I think the world league should be playable on both consoles. Bc there are alot of teams on xbox that are underrated but can compete with top teams. Just a shame that xbox players dont have the chance to compete in competitive cod this year.

  • Nikolas Tasony

    Is everyone looking for a team member??????? Text me 443-531-6488