Activision’s attempt to foster an official eSports league around its flagship military title continues with the Call of Duty World League announcing what it’s calling their “biggest season yet”, starting in Texas in December.
The new season will revolve around next month’s Call of Duty: WWII release and will consist of six LAN Global Opens, a new National Circuit, the Pro League at the ‘MLG Arena’, and the return of the Championships.
The Pro League is a multi-stage LAN series where teams earn points to get placed in the tournament, that part of the competition begins January 23 next year.
The National Circuit will feature eight leagues including Australia, Canada, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, the UK, and the US.
Activision is also touting the biggest total prize pool in Call of Duty eSports history, with a whopping USD $4.2 million for the taking.
It all kicks off with the Dallas Global Open on December 8.