Activision Publishing has officially announced details concerning the Call of Duty Challenge Division. The Challenge Division was created to offer amateur players a way to earn a place in the Call of Duty Championship 2016.
The Challenge Division is a branch of the Call of Duty World League, and its primary purpose is to provide an avenue for Call of Duty players in North America, Europe, and Australia/New Zealand to enter the World League and participate in major Call of Duty eSports events. Teams of players from these areas can enter special online Challenge Division sanctioned events and slug it out against other teams of hopefuls. If a team does well in these events, they can then enter a higher level qualifying event like the Call of Duty Championship Qualifiers or the Stage 1 Relegation Tournament. Placing well in these events will not only earn a team a place in the Call of Duty Championship 2016, but it will also get them a place in the Call of Duty World League Pro Division.
Challenge Division events are scheduled for February and March in North America, Europe, and Oceania. Players who are interested in entering one of these events can find a full list of dates and details in the source article.
It’s always great to see games and eSports divisions give players everywhere an opportunity to try for a place in the big divisions and events. These events will probably be a lot of fun, and we look forward to hearing more about the Challenge Division and the teams that find their way into the Championship through these new avenues.
Source: eSports-Nation.com ArticleRelated: Call of Duty: Black Ops III, eSports, Event (In Game), News