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The World Series of Warzone is making a comeback

$1 million will be on the line for teams from around the world to fight over.

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Activision has announced that its World Series of Warzone tournament will be making a return this year, and actually expanding in the process. Set to see action held on Call of Duty: Warzone 2.0, the tournament will put $1 million up for grabs and will see 34 teams from around the world qualifying to fight for a slice of that.

The tournament will begin with regional qualifiers, where 14 teams from the EMEA region, 14 teams from North America, 1 team from APAC, three teams from LATAM North, and two teams from LATAM South will advance and earn a place in the Global Final at the end of the season. All teams will consist of trios.

As the WSoW has a global focus, you can see how the format and qualification is laid out in the graphic below. As per scoring, Activision has revealed that a new system has been put into effect that sees game placement serving as a multiplier for number of eliminations earned during each game, a move that should encourage teams to hunt for kills instead of playing for position and match wins predominantly.

Call of Duty: Warzone 2

As has been the case in the past, the Global Final will also feature a #SoloYolo tournament too, where a further $50,000 will be up for the solo winner of that match.

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