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Final Groups for Call of Duty World League Championships

The biggest tournament in Call of Duty history is about to begin as 32 teams compete for $2 million dollars for the Call of Duty World League Championships presented by PlayStation 4 at Call of Duty XP.

“In 16 days the best teams in the world will take the stage for the ultimate Call of Duty competition,” said Rob Kostich, executive vice president and general manager, Call of Duty. “Call of Duty XP is the perfect finale to the debut season of the Call of Duty World League, where fans have already shown incredible support throughout the year as they’ve watched more than one billion minutes of Call of Duty competitive gameplay so far. The clock is ticking; get ready for the best Call of Duty fan experience ever.”

The teams competing and their groups are:


  • Millenium (EU)
  • Splyce (EU)
  • Livin the Dream (NA)
  • Revoltables (EU)


  • Rise Nation (NA)
  • HyperGames (EU)
  • Apotheon eSports (NA)
  • Supremacy (EU)


  • Luminosity (NA)
  • Mindfreak (ANZ)
  • FAB Games (EU)
  • Chiefs eSports Club (ANZ)


  • Ground Zero (NA)
  • Allegiance (NA)
  • Epsilon eSports (EU)
  • PuLse Gaming (EU)


  • FaZe Clan (NA)
  • Team eLevate (NA)
  • Corn (NA)
  • Giants Gaming (EU)


  • Team Infused (EU)
  • Team Kaliber (NA)
  • Most Wanted (NA)
  • Tainted Minds (ANZ)


  • Team EnVyUs (NA)
  • Orbit (ANZ)
  • Cloud9 (NA)
  • Team Vitality (EU)


  • OpTic Gaming (NA)
  • compLexity (NA)
  • PNDA Gaming (NA)
  • Team LDLC (EU)

The winning team will take home $2 million dollars as part of the $3.5 million dollar prize pool. Call of Duty XP is a 3-day celebration of all things Call of Duty happening at the Forum in Inglewood, California from September 2nd-4th, 2016.

Jonny eSports is the host of the reSports Radio Show that records live on Sunday evenings on Facebook and is posted here on AYBOnline on Mondays. He also co-hosts the Outplay Podcast that airs live on on Wednesdays at 7:30pm and is the Director of Into The League. He is embarrassingly bad at Call of Duty on console and will whine about not being able to use a mouse and keyboard. His opinions are his own.

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