Mobile game world championship announced, Rs 300 million will be given to the winning team
NEW YORK: The computer and smartphone game Call of Duty has announced the second season of the World Championships, with the winning team receiving بیس 2 million in prize money.
According to international media reports, the administration has now announced the 2021 league after the cancellation of the 2020 World Championship, in which the minimum age of the participating players has been set at 18 years.
According to the management, the event will start on June 3 this year, in which players from all over the world will take part and the winning team will be given لاکھ 2 million, which is Rs. 300 million in Pakistani currency.
The Call of Duty (COD) explained that the money would be distributed to regional candidates and World Championship winners.
In a tweet shared from Call of Duty’s official Twitter account, the terms and conditions for participating in the championship have been shared.
These conditions state that a player participating in the championship must be at least 18 years of age or older. Players can compete with any mobile phone that operates the Call of Duty.
In the early stages of the tournament, eligible players can participate alone or as part of a team for the first four weeks. To enter the second round, a player must have a total of 60 points from 10 ranked matches.
The top 250 teams that succeed in the second phase will be sent to the third phase, which has been named the District Qualifiers Rounds. Players must win 30 matches to advance to the next round.