The Call of Duty Championship kicks off today and sees teams from all around the world competing for up to $1 million dollars in prizes. The tournament begins with a ceremony starting at 12PM Pacific, and then the 32 teams go off to fight to the virtual death starting at 12:30PM.
The tournament lasts until Sunday at 3PM when the final match to determine the first ever Call of Duty Champion tournament winner takes place. The first place team will win $400,000, a trophy, and Super Bowl-like rings. Yes, really.
The entire tournament will be livestreamed on Twitch.TV, and you can see it all unfold below.
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