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The Call of Duty World League Championship is taking place in Los Angeles between the 14th and 18th of August. The multi-day event announced during the CWL Anaheim back in June, the Call of Duty season’s final event comes to UCLA and will see 32 of the top Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 teams battle it out for their share of the $2 million USD prize pool.

The Call of Duty World League Championships are returning home to Los Angeles for 2019 after a two year sabbatical. This year, teams from around the world and Call of Duty fans alike, will flock to Southern California once again to compete for the biggest prize in Call of Duty Esports.

Days 1 and 2 of the event will not be readily open to the public, with 32 teams battling it out for their chance to make it to the main stage for the main event. Can they get their hands on a coveted Championship ring? All 32 teams will be desperate to get their hands on the trophy and their share of glory, as well as their share of the $2 million USD prize pool.

The entirety of the competition will be broadcast on the official Call of Duty Twitch channel, MLG.com and can also be seen through the in-game viewer in the PS4 version of Black Ops 4. Call of Duty fans can get their hands on tickets for the event here which opens its doors to the public between the 16th and 18th of August.

Below is a full list of the 32 teams competing in this year’s Call of Duty World League Championships. For more up to the minute Esports news, stay tuned at Esportsnow.bet – read up on The International 2019, the biggest Dota Pro Circuit event of the year, also taking place this weekend, who will be crowned champs? Esports fans will have to wait and see.

Call of Duty World League Championship qualified teams:

Elevate, Celtic FC, Gen.G, Fuego Gaming, eUnited, RBL Esports, Enigma6, Team WaR, FaZe Clan, Animosity, UNITS, Mazer, Reciprocity, LGND Status GG, Team Envy, Sage eSports, 100 Thieves, Sicario Gaming, Luminosity, Singularity, UYU, Vanity, Midnight, Fury Gaming, OpTic Gaming, TrainHard, Splyce, Aspire, Heretics, Hybrid Gaming, Evil Geniuses and finally Carnage Gaming