Call of Duty World League open to Australia and New Zealand

Olivia Harris 12 January 2018 NEWS


The National Circuit comes down under

Australian and New Zealand teams are now able to sign up and compete in the Call of Duty World League National Circuit. This event allows teams to prove who is the best in the region and even qualifies teams for future CWL events. Last year the CWL prize pool was over US$4.2 million, the largest in Call of Duty history.

Players can head on over to and sign up for the event if they are in Australia or New Zealand. The CWL Nation Circuit includes other countries such as The United States, Canada, The United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal and Italy. Australia and New Zealand are the newest additions, with plans down the line to include Brazil and Mexico.


Registrations are open for the CWL Nation Circuit in Australia and New Zealand until 23 January at 10am AEDT. The National Circuit starts on January 26th.

For more info on Call of Duty World League check out their twitter, or head over to our esports hub for all the latest news and content.

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