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Call of Duty (COD): Mobile World Championship returns with more ways to qualify globally and a two-million-dollar prize pool.

Activision is bringing back the worldwide championship for COD Mobile after the scene exploded in popularity last year. Beginning June 3, players from across the globe will have the chance to play for the ultimate prize. There are currently five levels to qualify before you can participate on the big stage, and it all starts with individual play.

“Picking up from last year’s competition, we’ve increased the prize money up for grabs and number of teams that can qualify,” said Matt Lewis, vice president of mobile at Activision, “So there are even more reasons for fans to prove they’ve got what it takes to be the best.”

The first stage is through the competitive queue already factored into the game. From there, individual players will slowly begin to form teams with friends or those at their skill level. Once teams are formed, those teams will qualify for the next stage. Teams that qualify at a regional level will compete online to move on to the next stage of the competition. Each region will have a group stage with qualified teams to play for prize money. Each major region, (Europe, North America, Japan, etc.) will have a crowned champion team.

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Activision will be adding more regions based on the level of engagement they saw last season. These regions include South Asia and most of the Middle East, which has seen a spike in mobile gaming. They did not have the ability to broadcast to those regions despite the viewership numbers and are actively looking to expand.

The expansion into other regions also means new in-game platform outlets for those regions. When COD: Mobile goes live, you will see a watch feed directly linked in the app. From there you will be able to watch the action without having to search on Twitch or another platform. There are currently four supported languages for the embedded streams which you can choose based on your native language. Activision will continue to expand these languages to accommodate most of their major targeted regions.

Activision had the dreams of a global knockout tournament last year, but due to COVID-19, those plans were put on hold. This year Activision hopes to have a clear and concise path to success that anyone can achieve by playing. Watch out for when the latest season of COD: Mobile releases on June 3rd.


Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, and Valorant. When Danny is not writing about all the latest news, he can be found on the 100 Thieves / Seattle Surge Discord or playing Call of Duty.


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