Team Fariko Impact won big after three days of intense Call of Duty: Black Ops II multiplayer action in the first ever Call of Duty Championship. 32 teams from around the world came together to battle it out, with the ultimate winners here scoring $400,000. Runner-up teams scored anywhere between $25,000, to $200,000.
You can see the final five hours of the tournament below, and I have to say some of those final plays are really intense. I do love watching a good match of Call of Duty.
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