The Call of Duty: World League is about to kick off in the biggest way possible, and now spectators will be able to jump in on the action.
VIP and general admissions for this year's Call of Duty competition have officially gone on sale in Orlando, Florida, with the big event, the Championship Bracket, set to take place from August 11th through the 13th.
Presented by PlayStation 4 (since Sony's a partner and all) and Major League Gaming, the tournament will feature 32 of the best Call of Duty teams from around the world, battling each other for a behemoth of a prize -- $1.5 million, as part of the overall $4 million prize pool for the tournament this year – the largest ever seen in a Call of Duty battle.
Those of you that fork over the extra cash for VIP tickets will get some extra goodies, including special floor seating to see all the action happen live, VIP lounge access, and an exclusive VIP Call of Duty hoodie.
There will be competitive action taking place on August 9th and 10th, early rounds to determine who will move on into the final rounds. However, Activision has indicated that these will be broadcast only, over on the official MLG channel and through the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare game on PlayStation 4.
Pricing varies for tickets, with general admission starting around $54 and VIP going for as high as $160, though, again, you get those additional perks that go along with the ticket.
If last year's competition from Call of Duty XP was any indication, then we're in for quite a treat with this year's event, as even more talented teams will step up trying to score a first place victory. We'll see a few favorites bound to return, along with some fresh blood trying to find their place in the Call of Duty lexicon, hoping to clean up on that $1.5 million prize pool.
We'll see how all the action goes down when the World League kicks off this August!