It's not long until Call of Duty: Black Ops III hits shelves. In the lead-up to the latest title in the yearly iterating series, Activision has announced both big bucks and multiple ways for CoD contenders to win big.
Call of Duty World League represents a push for Call of Duty to become an even bigger eSports event on console. With triple the prize pool, which now sits at $3 million, the competition has expanded outside of the normal pro focus to include encouragement for tomorrow's contenders to shoot their way through a secondary division.
The Pro Division involves teams from Australia, New Zealand, Europe and North America battling it out in order to nab a ticket to the Call of Duty Championship. This division takes off around the globe in January 2016.
The Challenge Division offers up-and-coming amateurs a platform for showcasing their skills. By kicking arse at official LAN events, these Challenge Division players can also score a ticket to Call of Duty Championship.
Because of the popularity of the franchise, dedicated eSports features will be available in Black Ops III. Call of Duty: Black Ops III goes on sale for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on the 6th of November.