Call of Duty® eSports extends to Asia with Prize Pool of USD 20,000

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December 23, 2016

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Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia is proud to announce a 2017 Call of Duty® Infinite Warfare Asia Championship.

Online Qualifiers for Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea and South East Asia will take place in December and January, with the top 6 teams securing their place in the Call of Duty® Asia Championship, to be held in Seoul, Korea on 22nd January, 2017.

The Call of Duty Asia Championship will feature Call of Duty®: Infinite Warfare played on the PlayStation® 4 console. Entry is available to all players who purchase the Call of Duty®: Infinite Warfare at retail shops or through the PlayStation Asia store and enter their team through the link below.

 

Total Prize Pool – USD $20,000

Asia Final Champions: USD $12,000

Asia Final 1st Runner Up: USD $6,000

Asia Final 2nd Runner Up: USD $2,000

 

Online Qualifier Dates

  • <South East Asia> December 21st, 23rd, 30th
  • <Hong Kong> December 23rd, January 2nd, 8th
  • <Taiwan> December 23rd, January 2nd, 8th
  • <South Korea> December 23rd, January 1st, 8th

Team registration opens on the 15th December 2016 and closes 8th January 2017. Each qualifier registration will close one hour before each tournament. For more details and to sign up for the competition, please visit http://codchamp.asia

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