The best Call of Duty players from across Europe are descending on London this weekend to battle it out in the finals of the Call of Duty European Championships.
26 teams from the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden and the rest of Europe will go head-to-head for a chance to represent their country at the Call of Duty Championship, presented by Xbox being held from 28th March to 30th March in Los Angeles for a share of the tournament’s $1 million total prize purse.
Hosted by Activision Publishing in partnership with Gfinity, the Call of Duty European Championships will take place from 1st March to 2nd March in one of England’s most iconic sporting venues, Twickenham Stadium, where teams will compete for a €15,000 prize pot in the Twickenham Live Room.
The top eight teams will then qualify for the global Call of Duty Championship, presented by Xbox – the first competitive prize tournament to be held on Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft – at the end of March in Los Angeles.
Over the last month, more than 500 teams across Europe competed for a spot in London this weekend. Eight UK teams qualified for the Call of Duty European Championships and will face-off against each other, with the top four teams heading to California for the global Call of Duty Championship, presented by Xbox.