The 32 teams competing in Call of Duty’s World Championships have been finalised with the last of the teams locking in their positions this past weekend. Touted as the biggest Call of Duty tournament in history each of the representatives will be playing for a slice of the $2 million (USD) prize pool at Call of Duty XP this September in Los Angeles.
Team Kalibur, compLexity, Team eLevate, Team Allegiance, Cloud9, Pnda Gaming, Corn, Apotheon eSports, Most Wanted, and Livin the Dream were the ten teams recently qualified. Along with the 22 other qualified teams from North America, Europe, and Australia/New Zealand, they have been drawn into eight groups which will compete in round-robin play. The top two from each group will then advance to the double elimination knockout stage.