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Call of Duty Betting


The first-person shooter is one of the most common and well-renowned eSports genres, and they don’t come much bigger than Call of Duty. The franchise has been around on traditional consoles for many years, and has successfully made the step into eSports in recent times with the Infinite Warfare edition – the most recent version – introduced for 2017. The thirteenth instalment in the Call of Duty series, Infinite Warfare introduces new gameplay mechanics and a new setting in space, with various game types to excite and enthuse the professional eSports roster.

Other first-person shooter eSports include Quake, Halo, Battlefield and Rainbow Six: Siege, but Call of Duty is one of the stand-out names in this competitive field. The gameplay is constantly updating and evolving with the release of every edition, and the franchise has featured in Major League Gaming tournaments since 2008 when Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was introduced.

There currently aren’t many special betting markets out there for Call of Duty tournaments aside from single bets on league and tournament winners, but given the game’s longevity and popularity, bookmakers will surely start to offer more varied and game-specific bets over the coming months. Currently, just Betway and William Hill offer regular Call of Duty betting opportunities.

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CWL Paris Open 2017

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Splyce 2-1 OpTic

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Tournaments


Operated by Activision and Major League Gaming and presented by PlayStation 4, the Call of Duty World League 2017 season is one of the biggest events in the eSports calendar. The World League Championship 2017 this August is the ultimate aim for all competitors, with 32 teams from around the globe battling it out to be victorious in the showpiece event.

The Global Pro League produces 16 of the competing teams, with the other 16 teams reaching August’s climax through various Last Chance Qualifying events – eight from the North America region, six from Europe and two from Asia Pacific.

The COD World League 2016 saw the largest prize pool in Call of Duty eSports history, with $2,000,000 split between the 32 competing teams playing Black Ops III. The tournament winners were Team EnVyUs, who triumphed 3-1 against Splyce in the final at The Forum, California.

With a reported $4 million prize pool in 2017, the date, location and prize pool of the World League Championship 2017 are still to be confirmed. Call of Duty fanatics will have plenty of time to look ahead to August and enjoy the quality of eSports on offer in the lead-up.