Wanna Make Cash Playing Call of Duty: WWII? Better Get Training

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Registration is now open for players in Canada and the United States for the WorldGaming Canadian Championship presented by PlayStation 4 featuring Call of Duty: WWII!

Are you good enough to take home the championship title and $60,000 in cash and prizes?

Better start fine-tuning your skills in Call of Duty WWII.

I’ve loved watching the esports community grow here in Canada. The WorldGaming matches have gone from half full Cineplex theatres just a few years ago to full-on spectacles. If you haven’t witnessed esports live you really should. They are a ton of fun and there’s lot more energy than a Toronto Maple Leafs game. Come the Live Championship, the top eight teams from the online playoffs will travel to Toronto for an all-expense paid trip to the National Finals—taking place at Cineplex’sScotiabank Theatre Toronto, on March 3 and 4, 2018 which will be sure to be jam-packed. Get your tickets early!

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Here’s the official release of all the details. Good luck out there troops.

WorldGaming today announced that registration is now open for players in Canada and the United States for the WorldGaming Canadian Championship presented by PlayStation 4 featuring Call of Duty: WWII.  Gameplay competition will pit squad against squad in an all-out battle for glory, a championship title and $60,000 in cash and prizes. Competitors will be playing the recently released Call of Duty®: WWII.

“This is our third national tournament featuring Call of Duty and it is clear that the gaming community in North America appreciates the supreme and distinctive competitive aspects of the game and of our tournaments,” says Wim Stocks, General Manager of WorldGaming. “Players and spectators alike will bring passion and truly impressive team combat strategies into the mix.”

Competitors in the WorldGaming Canadian Championship presented by PlayStation 4 featuring Call of Duty: WWII begin their mission for glory with online qualifiers starting on January 6, 2018. For the Live Championship, the top eight teams from the online playoffs will travel to Toronto for an all-expense paid trip to the National Finals—taking place at Cineplex’sScotiabank Theatre Toronto, on March 3 and 4, 2018.

Visit WorldGaming.com/CallofDutyWWII to learn more about all the important dates, eligibility rules and registration. Gamers can join the conversation online with #COD60K or by following WorldGaming on Facebook (Facebook.com/WorldGaming), Twitter (@WorldGaming) or Instagram (@WorldGaming), and PlayStation Canada on Facebook (Facebook.com/PlayStationCanada), Twitter (@PlayStationCA) or Instagram (@PlayStationCA).

Gamers must be living in Canada or the United States and be at least 17 years of age to compete in the WorldGaming Canadian Championship presented by PlayStation 4 featuring Call of Duty: WWII.

 

Brock McLaughlin

Brock McLaughlin

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