Call of Duty World League

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Call of Duty World League
Call of Duty World League logo.jpeg
GameCall of Duty (Call of Duty: Black Ops III, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, Call of Duty: WWII, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4)
Founded2016
Ceased2019
Replaced byCall of Duty League
ContinentsNorth America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Brazil
Sponsor(s)PlayStation 4
Scuf Gaming
Mountain Dew

The Call of Duty World League was a series of Call of Duty esports tournaments that began in January 2016.[1] At it most recent form, tournaments were played on Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 for PlayStation 4. A total of $6 million USD of prize money were given out for the 2019 season.[2]

The tournament series was discontinued in favor of the franchise-based Call of Duty League, which began in early 2020.

Tournaments[edit]

The following list shows a list of all official tournaments which were a part of the Call of Duty World League.

Black Ops III[edit]

Tournament Date Winner Prize Pool
Stage 1 12 January 2016 – 3 April 2016 OpTic Gaming $250,000
Anaheim Open 10 June 2016 – 12 June 2016 OpTic Gaming $100,000
Stage 2 19 April 2016 – 17 July 2016 Team EnVyUs $250,000
Orlando Open 5 August 2016 – 7 August 2016 OpTic Gaming $100,000
Championship 1 September 2016 - 3 September 2016 Team EnVyUs $2,000,000

Infinite Warfare[edit]

Tournament Date Winner Prize Pool
Las Vegas Open 16 December 2016 – 18 December 2016 Rise Nation $100,000
London Invitational 26 January 2017 – 29 January 2017 Orbit eSports EU $25,000
Atlanta Open 10 February 2017 – 12 February 2017 eUnited $200,000
Paris Open 17 February 2017 – 19 February 2017 OpTic Gaming $100,000
Sydney Open 3 March 2017 – 5 March 2017 Mindfreak $30,000 AUD
Dallas Open 17 March 2017 – 19 March 2017 OpTic Gaming $200,000
Birmingham Open 14 April 2017 – 16 April 2017 Epsilon eSports $50,000
Stage 1 21 April 2017 – 28 May 2017 Splyce $700,000
Sydney Open 2 12 May 2017 – 14 May 2017 Mindfreak $30,000 AUD
Anaheim Open 16 June 2017 – 18 June 2017 Luminosity Gaming $200,000
Sheffield Open 24 June 2017 – 24 June 2017 Epsilon eSports $25,000
Stage 2 30 June 2017 – 30 July 2017 OpTic Gaming $700,000
Championship 9 August 2017 - 13 August 2017 OpTic Gaming $1,500,000

WWII[edit]

Tournament Date Winner Prize Pool
Dallas Open 8 December 2017 – 10 December 2017 Team Kaliber $200,000
New Orleans Open 12 January 2018 – 14 January 2018 Team Kaliber $200,000
Stage 1 23 January 2018 – 8 April 2018 FaZe Clan $700,000
Atlanta Open 9 March 2018 – 11 March 2018 Rise Nation $200,000
Birmingham Open 30 March 2018 – 1 April 2018 Luminosity Gaming $200,000
Seattle Open 20 April 2018 – 22 April 2018 Rise Nation $200,000
Stage 2 15 May 2018 – 29 July 2018 Team Kaliber $700,000
Anaheim Open 15 June 2018 – 17 June 2018 Rise Nation $200,000
Championship 15 August 2018 - 19 August 2018 Evil Geniuses $1,500,000

Black Ops 4[edit]

Tournament Date Pro Circuit Winner Pro Circuit Prize Pool Amateur Circuit Winner Amateur Circuit Prize Pool
Las Vegas 6 December - 9 December 2018 OpTic Gaming $250,000 N/A
Fort Worth 15 March - 17 March 2019 Luminosity Gaming $325,000 FC Black $75,000
London 3 May - 5 May 2019 100 Thieves $325,000 Mindfreak $75,000
Anaheim 14 June - 16 June 2019 100 Thieves $325,000 Mindfreak $75,000
Amateur Open 19 July - 21 July 2019 N/A The Bhoys $150,000
CWL Pro League 4 February - 21 July 2019 eUnited $2,400,000 N/A
Championship August 2019 eUnited $2,000,000

References[edit]

  1. ^ Porter, Matt (September 24, 2015). "Call of Duty World League Announced". IGN. Retrieved January 4, 2015.
  2. ^ "Announcing the Call of Duty World League 2019 Season". Retrieved March 13, 2019.