COD Mobile World Championship 2023 to Kick off With a Massive Prize Pool
The highly anticipated Call of Duty (COD): Mobile World Championship 2023 is set to kick off in December 2023. The event shall be hosted by the Snapdragon Pro Series Powered by Samsung Galaxy and will be held at a live venue in DreamHack Atlanta. The COD Mobile World Championship 2023 will feature the top teams from around the world competing for the $1 Million USD prize pool and the prestigious title of world champion. Participants have been selected through various regional Snapdragon Pro Series events or third-party tournament circuits to participate in the international competition.
COD Mobile World Championship 2023 to be hosted by Snapdragon Pro Series
The COD Mobile World Championship will officially start on 15th December 2023. The pinnacle event will be held in DreamHack Atlanta where the top contenders will go all out for the world champion title.
“The Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship is the pinnacle of the 2023 competitive year, and we’re excited to bring it to fans live at DreamHack Atlanta,” said Sam Braithwaite, Vice President of Game Ecosystems, Mobile, ESL FACEIT Group. “Together with Activision, the Snapdragon Pro Series is building pipelines where the phones in players’ pockets are their tickets to competing on the biggest stages in mobile esports.”
Teams competing in the COD Mobile World Championship 2023 have secured their positions after a grueling journey through four rigorous stages of competition in various Snapdragon Pro Series esports circuits or via officially sanctioned third-party tournaments. The upcoming showdown at PAX West on 3rd - 4th September presents the last opportunity for North American players to secure their coveted spots in the COD Mobile World Championship 2023. The three highest-performing teams will secure their places, completing the Championship's elite lineup.
“Live tournaments are the cornerstone of esports, and we’re looking forward to bringing the Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship to fans live at DreamHack Atlanta,” said Jeff Gullett, Head of Call of Duty: Mobile, Activision. “This is a critical moment for some of the world’s best squads, and we’re excited to be able to showcase the peak of mobile competition to a diverse audience of diehard mobile fans and casual festival attendees.”
The complete list of participating teams is yet to be finalized. As of now, China, Southeast Asia, and North America are still in the process of finalizing their list of contenders for the upcoming international event. It will be interesting to see who will take this year’s title in the COD Mobile World Championship 2023.