The announcement we’ve all been waiting for came today from Activision and MLG, as we now have confirmation of the 2014 Call of Duty Championship. The event takes place in Los Angeles on March 28-30, featuring 32 teams from across the world.
All of the details were announced in a press release which can be seen (http://www.majorleaguegaming.com/news/qualify-for-the-call-of-duty-championship/), the highlights of which are below:
Teams will earn their spots through a range of qualifying events, starting with online qualifiers on MLG.TV and other sites, and concluding with live regional finals across the globe. Teams can register now for two US online competitions with the top eight teams from each qualifier advancing to the MLG Call of Duty Championship US Regional Final on March 8 and 9 in Florida. The top eight teams at the US Regional Final will move on to the Call of Duty Championship in Los Angeles.
So to sum it up, 16 teams in the US will play online qualifiers to make it to a US regional in Florida at the beginning of March. Then, eight teams from that qualifier will make it to the final tournament at the end of March.
Make sure to read the full press release at (http://www.majorleaguegaming.com/news/qualify-for-the-call-of-duty-championship/) to see the rest of the information announced today.
What do you think of CoD Champs having online qualifiers? How do you feel about only eight NA teams making it to the 32? Let us know in the comments below.
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