COD Mobile World Championship 2024: Battle Royale’s Ultimate Showdown


The Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship 2024 is set to ignite the esports scene with a colossal prize pool of $1.1 million. Activision and ESL have unveiled the roadmap for this year’s championship, promising intense battles, fierce rivalries, and electrifying gameplay. Here’s everything you need to know about this high-stakes tournament:


Roadmap and Key Dates

  1. Open Solo Qualifiers (April 18–May 8): Individual players clash in ranked matches, accumulating qualification points.
  2. Open Team Qualifiers (May 11–25): Formidable teams emerge from the top-performing solo players.
  3. Snapdragon Mobile Open Finals (June–July): The best teams engage in a high-stakes double-elimination bout.
  4. Challenge Season (June–August): Riveting rounds unfold, broadcast live on YouTube.
  5. World Championship Finals (October 4–6): The globe’s finest teams converge for the ultimate honor.

Regional Showdowns and Gateway to Glory

  • North America, LATAM, Europe, India, and Japan: Regional qualifiers determine slots for the World Finals.
  • China and Southeast Asia: Dedicated regional showdowns secure additional slots.

Prize Pools and Rewards

  • Snapdragon Pro Series (SPS) and Mobile Challenge Season: A combined prize pool of $125,000 awaits the top contenders.
  • World Championship Finals: The pinnacle of competition features a staggering $1 million prize pool.

Previous Champions and Anticipation

In 2023, China’s Wolves reigned supreme, captivating audiences with their stellar performance. India’s GodLike followed closely, showcasing their prowess on the grand stage in Atlanta, North America. As anticipation reaches a fever pitch, the CODM World Championship 2024 promises yet another thrilling spectacle, uniting gamers worldwide in the pursuit of gaming excellence.

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Jennifer Dixon

Jennifer Dixon is a passionate and professional news writer with over 15 years of experience in the media industry. She has worked as a reporter, editor, and correspondent for various news agencies such as Reuters, CNN, and BBC. She has covered a wide range of topics, from politics and business to culture and entertainment. She has a keen eye for detail and a flair for storytelling. She is also an avid reader and learner, always curious about the world and its people. Jennifer holds a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in English from Yale University. She is currently working as a freelance writer and consultant, helping clients with their news and content needs. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, yoga, and photography.

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