Eight teams from Australia and New Zealand will go head-to-head on Friday, competing for a place in the inaugural Call of Duty Championship in LA this April.
- Seraphic Nexus
- Cruelty Incarnate
- AuRa eSports
There’s a $10,000 prize pool up for grabs, with the top team taking home $4,000. The two best squads will score a trip to Los Angeles for the first Call of Duty Championship, which boast a $1 million prize pool, and take place from April 5 through 7. The two ANZ champions will face 30 international crews.
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