Call of Duty Challengers

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Call of Duty Challengers
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Event Information
Abbreviation CDC
Organizer Activision
Major League Gaming
Location International International
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Call of Duty Challengers is the official amateur competition for Call of Duty, organized by Activision. Online and offline events take place throughout the season for players to earn prizes, accumulate Challenger Points to be used for seeding, and to showcase their talents to the Call of Duty League teams.[1]

History

Announcement

Call of Duty Challengers was officially announced on October 18, 2019. The first season was announced to have a prize pool of over $1,000,000.

Challenger Points

Challenger Points are the way that players earn seeding in official Call of Duty Challengers competitions. The points can be earned in multiple ways:

  • Online (Scaled down Challenger Points earned by all Top 64 finishers)
    • 24/7 Ladders: Players can earn up to 100 Challenger Points per week
    • Preseason Online Tournaments (2,000 Series Events): Players can earn up to 2,000 Challenger Points per tournament by winning the tournament
    • Regular Season Online Tournaments (1,000 Series Events): Players can earn up to 1,000 Challenger Points per tournament by winning the tournament
  • Offline (Scaled down Challenger Points earned by all Top 64 finishers)
    • Launch Weekend and Midseason Weekend: Players can earn up to 25,000 Challenger Points per tournament by winning the tournament
    • Home Series Open Events: Players can earn up to 10,000 Challenger Points per tournament by winning the tournament
    • Call of Duty Challengers Finals: Players can earn up to 50,000 Challenger Points per tournament by winning the tournament

Age Restriction

Players must be 18 years old or older to compete in official Call of Duty Challengers events.

Two Way Players

Non-starting players on Call of Duty League rosters will be eligible to compete in official Call of Duty Challengers events.

How to Sign Up

All online events take place on GameBattles.com and require a Gamebattles account and an Activision account. Offline events also requires these accounts to compete.

Events

2020 Season

Game Start End Tournament Location Teams Prize Winner Second
GameIcon MW.png 2020-01-24 2020-01-26 CDClogo small.png CDC Minnesota Open 2020 United States Minneapolis

Rule Books

Call of Duty Challengers 2020 TBA

References

  1. About Call of Duty Challengers - callofdutyleague.com