The Call of Duty World League came to Anaheim over the weekend and Rise Nation won a thriller against a very game Red Reserve.
OpTic Gaming had to watch from the sidelines as Team Kaliber and Splyce battled for the big bucks and accolades.
Day 2 continued with the only bomb-related events happening in-game and the boots-on-the-ground competition on Call of Duty WW2 saw some fan-favorite teams climb from the Open Brackets.
Security has evacuated all attendees and players after an alarm sounded during CWL Dallas. Update: The event will continue throughout the weekend.
There's $3 million on the line in the inaugural Call of Duty World League competition and the first round is set to begin in North America tomorrow.
The Call of Duty World League will feature the biggest total prize pool for Call of Duty eSports and will allow both pros and amateurs the chance to compete.