At the London’s Gfinity Arena last weekend, the remaining teams have joined the ones already qualified for the CoD Champs. For Call of Duty fans and players, this is one of the most important annual events and will feature 16 of the best European teams. The ones that have recently secured a place at the event will join those who qualified over the last couple of months. The Call of Duty Championships will dish out $1.5 million and the event MVP will collect an additional $25,000.
Fnatic, Splyce, Elevate, Red Reserve and Epsilon are some of the teams who have already booked a place for the CoD Champs. The tournament has a sizable prize pool and all those who qualified will receive a check worth $3000 for simply making it this far. The organizers are going to pay for all the expenses, including flights and accommodation so players have nothing to worry about financially.
Four Call of Duty Teams Join CoD Champs
Millenium managed to beat the odds and qualify for the tournament, after a rather mediocre season. Despite their strong performance last year, they dropped many position in the Global Pro League. To make matters worse, they lost a couple of key players including Nolson, but made it without him. Team Infused is the other squad that qualified for the CoD Champs despite being credited with little chances.
Team Vitality suffered a couple of early setbacks and lost surprising games against weaker opponents. They rose to the occasion and brilliantly rebounded, to join the other 15 teams and the CoD Champs. Last but definitely not least, Opulent Esports made a last-ditch effort to book a place for the August tournaments and were the last team to qualify.