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Call of Duty (CoD) Mobile Worlds Guide

Worlds Call of duty mobile

The Call of Duty esport Call of Duty (CoD) scene is not the most well-known, nor the most active. However, its salvation could come from the mobile version of the game which is very popular in some parts of the world. While the qualifying rounds began back in April, it has been a long road to the Regionals Playoffs. The CoD Mobile Worlds were open to all, but now only the best players in the world remain.

Divided into 5 regions, the teams will fight for the title and the various cash-prizes to be won. Follow the guide to find out all about the teams and the schedule.

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The tournament will still take place despite the global pandemic.

First CoD mobile worlds disrupted

The first Call of Duty Mobile World Championships organised by Activision were surely disrupted by the global pandemic. With limited travel and the impossibility of organising large gatherings, the organisation has adapted. The tournament has been maintained, but it stops at the regional phases: North America, Latin America, Western Europe, Japan, Eastern Europe and Asia. Activision has divided the $1m cash-prize accordingly. There will therefore be no clashes between the different regions.

Competitors by region

The esport CoD mobile scene is not yet well professionalized and many teams arrive at the Worlds without organization. However, there are some well-known names (INTZ, Godsent, Tribe Gaming).

🌎 The remaining 8 teams from North America are: Dice Esports, Tragik, Tribe Gaming, Team Penetrate, sZ on top, TrulyOP, Gene Gaming and Team Violence.

🌎 The 8 teams fromLatin America that will fight for the title are: INTZ, Godsent, Black Dragon eSports, Infinex Gaming, Gaalctic Gaming, Feb E-sports, Chapecoense E-Sport and Dayton of Fire.

🌍 On theWestern European side we will find: Animus, KingsClan, Team Signularity, Arena Quesito, Cold Esports, WD White, French Infinity, U4X eSports.

🌏 For Japan the remaining teams are: Reject Faker, Aten, Jupiter, DoomArmy, Wimps B and 3 other teams that do not have translatable names.

🌏 For the catch-all region of the rest of the world: SynerGE, Bespredal Gang, 3rBSquad, Team Mayhem, GamenGeek, Team IND, 1st Esports and Unbroken Esports.

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CoD Mobile Worlds Calendar

📆 The Regional playoffs of the Call of Duty mobile World Championship will not take place at the same time. They are spread over several weeks:

  • Japan: 26 and 27 September;
  • Latin America: 26 and 27 September ;
  • Western Europe: 17 and 18 October ;
  • North America: 24 and 25 October ;
  • Rest of the world: 26 and 27 October.

💰 Each region will award the same number of cash prizes and to the same distribution.

  • 1st: $15,000;
  • 2e 10 000 ;
  • 3e : 8 000 ;
  • 4e : 5 000 ;
  • 5th / 6th: 3 500 ;
  • 7th / 8th : 2 500.

As this tournament shows, the mobile gaming sector is doing well. It has a real competitive dimension and it is growing!

Tipsalewo
Tipsalewo A cocktail of mobile gaming,esport and K-PoP. Not tryhard enough to become a pro player, I am content with being the minstrel who tells the stories.

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