32 of the world’s best Call of Duty teams are heading to Los Angeles

COD Ghost ChampFor a $1 million prize pool, the best competitive Call of Duty teams from around the world have been going head-to-head in regional qualifying events in order to secure a spot at the 2014 Call of Duty Championship. 32 teams will compete playing Call of Duty: Ghosts on Xbox One. This past weekend, the final eight spots were determined during MLG’s Call of Duty U.S. Championships where Strictly Business emerged as the U.S. Champion.

From March 28-30, teams will compete in Activision’s Call of Duty Championship, presented by Xbox. The Call of Duty Championship will be Livestreamed on MLG.tv. The final match will also be made available to view on Xbox Live Sunday, March 30th, at 3:00 p.m. PDT.

Below is the full list of the 32 teams that will compete in this year’s Call of Duty Championship:

Allstars (Netherlands)         Sk Gaming (Germany)
Aztek Gaming (Mexico)      Ssof Gaming (Brazil)
Brazil 5 Stars (Brazil)          Strictly Business (U.S.A.)
Complexity (U.S.A.)            Sublime (Italy)
Echelon (Singapore)            Tcm Gaming (Uk)
Envyus (U.S.A.)                   Team Kaliber (U.S.A.)
Epsilon Esports (Uk)           Team Orbit (Uk)
Faze (U.S.A.)                        Team Rize Za (South Africa)
Immunity (Australia)         Tec Intensity (Uk)
Killerfish (Germany)          Trident T1Dotters (Australia)
Klarity Gaming (Uae)         Vexx Revenge (Canada)
Lightning Pandas (Eu)        Vitality Returns (France)
Nsp (South Korea)               Vitality Rises (France)
Optic Gaming (U.S.A.)        Wild Gaming (Canada)
Reign Mix (Sweden)            Wizards (Spain)
Rise Nation (U.S.A.)            Xfinity Gaming (U.S.A.)

For more information on the Call of Duty Championship, head over to www.callofduty.com/esports. Be sure to follow the @eSportsCOD Twitter for all the latest tournament updates, and join the conversation by using #CODChamps.

Source: majorleaguegaming

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