How to watch the 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship

There are many ways to view this year’s $1.5 million tournament.

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We are less than 24 hours away from the biggest Call of Duty event of the year.

The 2017 Call of Duty World League Championship kicks off on Wednesday, Aug. 9 at 10am ET—but how can you watch this $1.5 million tournament?

Related: The group stage schedule for the $1.5 million CoD Champs has been revealed

Eric “Muddawg” Sanders, a former professional Call of Duty player who now works behind the scenes with the CWL, revealed everything fans need to know about watching CoD Champs in his official Reddit post.

There are several streaming platforms available to fans who aren’t attending the tournament at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida. CoD Champs 2017 will be streamed on, Twitch, YouTube, Facebook, and, as well as in-game on PlayStation 4 for both Infinite Warfare and Black Ops III.

The group stage, taking place on Wednesday and Thursday, will feature four streams. The primary stream will be Alpha, with an NFL RedZone-style broadcast, which was tested at last month’s CWL NA LCQ. The Bravo stream will be casted, but the Charlie and Delta streams will feature gameplay only.

Once pool play action concludes on Thursday, the double-elimination bracket will begin on Friday, with full coverage of every match on two streams. Championship Sunday will be broadcast on just one stream.

CoD Champs will also feature international streams, with notable casters from other regions providing coverage in Italian, German, and French.

If you’re a fan of Call of Duty esports, there’s definitely a way for you to tune into CoD Champs—and all the action kicks off tomorrow at 10am ET.