From the 14th-17th July Australasian teams will battle it out for their share of a $150k prize pool. With more than $3.5 million overall in competition prize money, the Call of Duty World® League is continuing to grow as it approaches the CWL Championship, which will take place over the first weekend of September at The Forum in Los Angeles.

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As the Call of Duty World® League, Presented by PlayStation®4 (CWL) wraps up Stage 2 of the inaugural Pro Division competition, top eSports teams from around the globe are vying for their share of the 2016 prize pool, and getting one step closer to becoming the CWL 2016 Champions. The best of the best from North America, Australia/ New Zealand, and Europe are facing off by region, July 14-17 in Burbank, CA for the first-ever CWL Pro Division Stage 2 Finals.


Thursday, July 14, and Friday, July 15 will feature quarterfinals. Saturday, July 16 will feature semifinals and the ANZ finals. Sunday, July 17 will spotlight the top EU and NA Call of Duty® teams as they battle it out for their share of the weekend’s Stage 2 payout of the more than $3.5 million overall 2016 competition prize pool, and will be crowned as Stage 2 champions.


12 teams from the CWL Pro Division will secure their spot among the 32 teams overall to compete at in the Call of Duty® Championship, Presented by PlayStation®4. The CWL Championship will take place Labor Day weekend at COD XP hosted at The Forum in Los Angeles. Qualifying teams will be determined by their aggregate placing in Stage 1 and Stage 2.


Tune in to the Call of Duty live stream or in-game (BO3 PS4) via the Live Event Viewer to watch the action from your PS4 directly in the game to discover which top Call of Duty eSports teams will secure their place in the inaugural season of the Call of Duty World League Presented by PlayStation®4.

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In-Game (Black Ops III PS4) Live Event Viewer

For the more information, follow and @CODWorldLeague on Twitter for the latest coverage leading up to and throughout the event.


With all of the Call of Duty action throughout the inaugural Pro Division Competition, there’s never been a better time to follow Call of Duty® eSports.


For a taste of the captivating, non-stop action that can be expected during this weekend’s Pro Division Stage 2 Finals, check out the following trailer:



Thursday, July 14

10am                     EU Quarterfinal 1

12:30pm               EU Quarterfinal 2

3pm                       NA Quarterfinal 1

5:30pm                 NA Quarterfinal 2


Friday, July 15

10am                     NA Quarterfinal 3

12:30pm               NA Quarterfinal 4

3pm                       ANZ Semifinal 1

5:30pm                 ANZ Semifinal 2


Saturday, July 16                 

10am                     EU Semifinal 1

12:30pm               EU Semifinal 2

3pm                       Show Match

5:30pm                 ANZ Grand Finals


Sunday, July 17

10am                     EU Grand Finals

12:30pm               NA Semifinal 1

3pm                       NA Semifinal 2

5:30pm                 NA Grand Finals


Current standings for each region:


Australia/ New Zealand

*playing for $150k prize pool

  1. Orbit
  2. MindFreak
  3. Chiefs esports
  4. Team Immunity



*playing for $200k prize pool

  1. HyperGames
  2. Team Infused
  3. Splyce
  4. Epsilion
  5. Millenium
  6. Supremacy


North America

*playing for $250k prize pool

  1. Team Envyus
  2. Optic Gaming
  3. Faze Clan
  4. Rise Nation
  5. Cloud9
  6. Dream Team
  7. Luminosity Gaming
  8. H2K-Gaming


For the latest intel on the Call of Duty World League, Presented by PlayStation®4 and for live broadcasts check out:,,, or follow @CODesports on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.



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