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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:48am 19/02/13 | 0 Comments
If you think you're one of Australia's top Call of Duty players, Activision Australia has announced a localised system for qualifying to enter into the world Call of Duty Championships in conjunction with the Australian Cyber League.
Over March 2-3, the Australian Cyber League will be administering a short series of online qualifiers that progress to a live event final in Sydney, Australia on Friday March 15th. Both Australian and New Zealand Call of Duty: Black Ops II fans will be able to enter the first online qualifier, with seven teams vying for a chance to attend the Australian and New Zealand Call of Duty Final, presented by Activision, Xbox and EB Games.

In addition, a New Zealand only qualifier will see an eighth and final team join other qualifiers, who all earn a trip to compete in Sydney.
The two top teams from ANZ will then go onto the grand stage in Hollywood, California for the Championship finals where they'll face off against other top leagues from around the world including MLG and Europe's ESL.

The competition is open now for registration and you can find out more info by clicking right here.



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