The 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship is just around the corner—and yesterday, the last eight teams were finalized for this historic event.
Thirty-two teams will travel to Orlando, Florida on Aug. 9 to compete for their share of the $1.5 million prize pool. That makes this the biggest Infinite Warfare event and the second-largest prize pool in Call of Duty history, only trailing last year’s $2 million Call of Duty World League Championship.
Several teams have won major LAN events throughout the Infinite Warfare season, which makes this year’s CoD Champs extremely difficult to predict. Although we don’t know the pools for the group stage of this event yet, we do know all 32 teams that will be attending the 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship.
Here is a complete list of all of the rosters competing in the $1.5 million Call of Duty World League Championship, categorized by how they qualified for this tournament.
CWL Global Pro League
Roster: Tom “Tommey” Trewen, Matthew “Skrapz” Marshall, Bradley “wuskin” Marshall, and Gurdip “SunnyB” Bains
Roster: Mitchell “BuZZO” Mader, Conrad “Shockz” Rymarek, Denholm “Denz” Taylor, and Lincoln “Fighta” Ferguson
Roster: Ian “Enable” Wyatt, Dillon “Attach” Price, Tommy “ZooMaa” Paparratto, and Peirce “Gunless” Hillman
Roster: Michael “SpaceLy” Schmale, Andres Lacefield, Chance “Maux” Moncivaez, and Devin “LlamaGod” Tran
Roster: James “Clayster” Eubanks, Justin “SiLLY” Fargo-Palmer, Alec “Arcitys” Sanderson, and Preston “Prestinni” Sanderson
Roster: Ben Bance, Trei “Zer0” Morris, Jordan “Jurd” Crowley, and Dylan “MadCat” Daly
Roster: Daniel “Loony” Loza, Brice Faccento, Ulysses “Aqua” Silva, and Tyler “FeLo” Johnson
Roster: Rhys “Rated” Price, Joe “Joee” Pinnington, David “Urban” Marsh, and Sean “Seany” O’Connor
Roster: Joshua-Lee “Joshh” Shephard, David “Dqvee” Davies, Billy “Hawqeh” Harris, and Stephen “Vortex” Allen
Roster: Patrick “ACHES” Price, Adam “Assault” Garcia, John “Xotic” Bruno, and Preston “Priest” Greiner
Team MRN Black
Roster: Jay “Prophet” Nicoletti, Ethan “FA5TBALLA” Wedgeworth, Christopher “ProFeeZy” Astudillo, and Seth “Glory” Donskey
There are so many talented teams attending this event, and it seems like just about any of them have the potential to win the whole tournament. In two weeks, one of these 32 teams will earn the prestigious honor of being crowned Call of Duty world champions—and it all starts on Aug. 9.