Call of Duty: Mobile 2021 World Championship to have dedicated Regional Qualifiers
Indian players will also be able to participate.
Call of Duty: Mobile 2021 World Championship is the premier tournament of Activision's mobile title. The tournament features a total prize pool of $2 million and just like the name suggests, it will have players participating from across the world starting June 3rd.
Activision also announced that they will be providing more opportunities by offering dedicated qualifiers for the regions of South Asia and the Middle East. This means that Indian gamers will participate as well. Stage 3: Regional Qualifiers of this grand event begin on July 17th, and the publisher will Livestream all games from here. Stage 3 will last for around a week until July 25th.
Call of Duty: Mobile 2021 World Championship is open to all:
Stage 1: Solo Play
Interested player can begin their journey by signing through the option provided in the ranked multiplayer lobby. Once assigned, a player will be eligible to earn points. The players who accumulate a total of 60 points in the four qualifying weekends between June 3 and June 27, will head further to Stage 2: Team Play.
Stage 2: Team Play
Stage 2 kicks off on the 1st of July and All the Stage 1 qualified players here will create or join a team of 5 or 6 players. Furthermore, once the team is established, it cannot be modified for the duration of stage 2. Teams will then compete in up to 30 Ranked matches, winning points for each win depending on their average player level. Teams who finish in the top 256 in select regions will progress to Stage 3: Regional Qualifiers.
Stage 3: Regional Qualifiers
Activision will share more information about Stage 3: Regional Qualifiers and beyond as the dates approach: July 17 to July 25.