This year Call Of Duty Championships will offer $1 million cash prize.

Call of Duty Championship 2015

Pasar a la Acción: The 2015 Call of Duty® Championship, presented by Xbox will take place March 27-29 from Los Angeles.

Objetivo: MOFPS and MMOFPS lovers

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Activision and MGL (Major League Gaming) are raising the stakes for the 2015 “Call of Duty” championships this spring. MLG announced Thursday that it will dole out $1 million in prize money to teams that successfully beat other teams (31 in all) from five continents.

The final competition, sponsored by Activision, Xbox and Foster City, California-based Sledgehammer Games, will be held from March 27-29 in Los Angeles. The preliminary rounds kick off this month, the first playoffs set for Jan. 17 to take qualifying players from Brazil, Australia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan. The matches will be held online through Xbox One, and the final match will be broadcasted live on Xbox Live and MLG.TV.

Play “Call of Duty,” earn up to $1 million

According to those involved the competition will show off the very best of the Call of Duty game, and let thumb warriors flex their hand muscles in a very suitable environment.

“We developed Advanced Warfare with the competitive community in mind, and we can’t wait for the top talent from around the world to compete in the Call of Duty Championships,” said Glen Schofield, a co-founder and studio head at developer Sledgehammer Games.

“This is poised to be one of the most exciting Call of Duty competitive seasons with the Call of Duty Championship being one of the best e-sports tournaments of the year.”