The first ever Call of Duty World League event takes place this weekend, with the Call of Duty World League Pro Division Qualifying Invitational Tournament.

There are three separate LAN events taking place: one in California for the North American Qualifiers, one in Germany for the European Qualifiers, and one in Australia for the Australia/New Zealand Qualifiers.

North America

Group A:

  • Apotheon Esports
  • Enigma6 Gold
  • OpTic Gaming
  • Team Orbit

Group B:

  • 3sUP
  • Luminosity Gaming
  • Rise Nation
  • Team eLevate

Group C:

  • Dream Team
  • Team EnVy
  • Team Kaliber
  • Counter Logic Gaming (CLG)

Group D:

  • compLexity Gaming
  • FaZe
  • (MerK’s Team)
  • (Tipsy’s Team)

Out of all the Groups listed above, the top two teams in each group following Group Play will secure a spot in the first season of the Call of Duty World League Pro Division. From this event, 8 teams total will earn a spot in the North America Pro Division.

Europe

Group A:

  • Epsilon eSports
  • Giants Gaming
  • Team Infused
  • Team Vitality

Group B:

  • FAB Games
  • Millenium
  • Team Orbit
  • (Joshh’s Team)

Out of all the Groups listed above, the top two teams in each group following Group Play will secure a spot in the first season of the Call of Duty World League Pro Division. From this event, 4 teams total will earn a spot in the Europe Pro Division.

Australia/New Zealand

Group A:

  • Avidity
  • Citadel Gaming
  • Original
  • Plantronics MindFreak

Group B:

  • Plantronics nV
  • Sway Gaming
  • Tainted Minds
  • Team Immunity

Out of all the Groups listed above, the top two teams in each group following Group Play will secure a spot in the first season of the Call of Duty World League Pro Division. From this event, 4 teams total will earn a spot in the Australia/New Zealand Pro Division.

To checkout the rosters for all of the teams, visit our post here.


Schedule:

Update Dec. 3rd: Activision has officially released the start times by region for the World League Pro Division Qualifying Event. 

North America:

  • Friday, December 4: 9:00am PT/12:00pm ET, 6:00pm CET, 4:00am AEDT (Saturday)
  • Saturday, December 5: 9:00am PT/12:00pm ET, 6:00pm CET, 4:00am AEDT (Sunday)
  • Sunday, December 6: 12:00pm PT/3:00pm ET, 9:00pm GMT, 7:00am AEDT  (Monday) 

Group A, first matches:

  • Dec 4th at 12PM ET — Apotheon Esports vs Enigma6 Gold
  • Dec 4th at 1:30PM ET — OpTic Gaming vs Team Orbit

Group B, first matches:

  • Dec 4th at 3PM ET — 3sUP vs Rise Nation
  • Dec 4th at 4:30PM ET — Luminosity Gaming vs Team eLevate

Group C, first matches:

  • Dec 4th at 6PM ET — Dream Team vs Team Kaliber
  • Dec 4th at 7:30PM ET — Team EnVy vs Counter Logic Gaming

Group D, first matches:

  • Dec 4th at 9PM ET — Game 1: FaZe vs (Tipsy’s Team)
  • Dec 4th at 10:30PM ET — Game 2: compLexity Gaming vs (MerK’s Team)

Europe:

  • Saturday, December 5: 12:00am PT/3:00am ET, 9:00am CET, 7:00pm AEDT
  • Sunday, December 6: 3:00am PT/6:00am ET, 12:00pm CET, 10:00pm AEDT (Sunday)

Group A, first matches:

  • Dec 5th at 9AM CET — Game 1: Team Infused vs Team Vitality
  • Dec 5th at 10:30AM CET — Game 2: Epsilon eSports vs Giants Gaming

Group B, first matches:

  • Dec 5th at 11AM CET — Game 1: Millenium vs (Joshh’s Team)
  • Dec 5th at 12:30PM CET — Game 2: FAB Games vs Team Orbit

Australia/New Zealand:

  • Saturday, December 5: 2:00pm PT/5:00pm ET (Friday), 11:00pm CET (Friday), 9:00am AEDT
  • Sunday, December 6: 5:00pm PT/8:00pm ET (Saturday), 2:00am CET, 12:00pm AEDT

Group A, first matches:

  • Dec 5th at 9AM AEDT — Game 1: Avidity vs Plantronics MindFreak
  • Dec 5th at 10:30AM AEDT — Game 2: Citadel Gaming vs Original

Group B, first matches:

  • Dec 5th at 12PM AEDT — Game 1: Team Immunity vs Sway Gaming
  • Dec 5th at 1:30PM AEDT — Game 2: Plantronics nV vs Tainted Minds

All of the matches this weekend can be viewed LIVE on Call of Duty’s Twitch page. North America stream will be live on Alpha channel; Europe stream will be live on Bravo; Australia/New Zealand will be live on Charlie channel.


Rule Set

For the first Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 World League Event, checkout the rule set for this event here.

Teams will compete in best of 5 matches. Once a team qualifies for the Pro Division, they are finished playing at the event. Remaining teams will continue to battle it out for the remaining spots in the Stage 1 of the Pro Division.


For teams that were not invited to this event, or teams that failed to qualify at this event, Activision and ESL are hosting online qualifiers for the remaining sports in the Season 1 of the Pro Division. More information on registration and when the online qualifiers take place has yet to be announced. The Pro Division Stage 1 will officially kick off in January.

Teams that cannot qualify for the Pro Division can participate in the World League’s Challenge Division. More information on the Challenge Division, including events and partners, has yet to be announced.

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