What will happen when Call of Duty World League holds a tournament in the Pacific Northwest for the first time? Who will be victorious in the Emerald City next month?
Activision has revealed the next stop on the Call of Duty World League tour, and it’s Seattle. As in the previous rounds, a $200,000 prize pool is at stake as well as 25,000 CWL Pro Points. It’s part of a $4.2 million prize purse, the largest in CWL history.
This development means if you live in or around the Seattle area you’ll have the chance to see a CWL tournament in person. A General Admission pass is $51.50 and grants access to the event for the three days it takes place. For the extravagant, the Prestige Pass is almost four times as much and piles on access to an exclusive lounge, early entry, VIP seating and a Nike hoodie.
Call of Duty World League Seattle takes place the weekend of April 20, at the CenturyLink Field Event Center. As for who’s playing against who, the lineup bracket has yet to be revealed.The thread view count is