UMG will host its second annual memorial Search and Destroy tournament this month

The $10,000 tournament will take place on Nov. 18.

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For the second year in a row, UMG will host an online memorial Call of Duty tournament.

The second annual UMG memorial tournament is set to take place on Nov. 18, the tournament organizer announced earlier today.

The $10,000 event will be a four-vs-four Search and Destroy tournament on Call of Duty: WWII. Up to 256 teams can register to participate in the single-elimination tournament.

Last year, UMG hosted the PHiZZURP 10K on Oct. 16 in honor of Call of Duty legend Phillip “PHiZZURP” Klemenov, who passed away in a fatal car accident last October. Although PHiZZURP is not represented in this tournament’s name, UMG hopes the event will allow players and fans to “remember the fallen members of our community and celebrate their lives.”

First place in this year’s memorial tournament will earn $8,000, while second place will walk away with $2,000. Registration for this online tournament will begin at 5pm ET on Nov. 17, and it will close when the event starts at 5pm ET on Nov. 18.

If you want to compete in the $10,000 memorial tournament, make sure to register quickly before all of the spots are taken.