The Asia-Pacific region’s largest Call Of Duty tournament will return to Sydney this March, kick-starting a season of Call Of Duty World League (CWL) action.
ESL Australia has partnered up with Call Of Duty publisher, Activision, and PlayStation 4 to host two huge APAC events in the harbour city, with a $60,000 prize pool and call-out to Asia-Pacific’s best teams.
The Electronic Sports League, commonly referred to simply as ESL, is the world’s most well-known eSports organisation, organising competitions around the world and hosting some of the largest and most lucrative events on the eSports calendar.
ESL Australia, based out of Sydney, hosts the annual Call Of Duty World League Sydney.
The first event, Call Of Duty World League Sydney 1, offers a $30,000 prize pool as players battle it out for Call Of Duty World League Pro Points, which are then used to qualify for the Call Of Duty World League Global Pro League, kicking off in April and leading into the Championship later in the year.
Call Of Duty World League Sydney will happen over March 3-5, with registration for teams now open. The Asia Pacific region’s best Call Of Duty teams will battle it out in Call Of Duty: Infinite Warfare, with a first-place prize of 10,000 CWL Pro Points up for grabs alongside the $30,000 prize pool.
The competition will be fierce, with SONY Call Of Duty Asia pro teams, UnVeiL.NoVa and RamPaGe Gaming, both joining the APAC Call Of Duty World League Event.
Call Of Duty World League Sydney Open 2 will happen later on May 12-14 thanks to ESL Sydney Studio, with the final $30,000 prize pool up for grabs.
Team can register at the official Eventbrite page. All participants must be at least 18 years of age.