One of the best action games available is Call of Duty Mobile. The Activision title has given PUBG Mobile stiff competition and has managed to keep gamers glued to the game with regular updates. Every year, the franchise also hosts a World Championship. This event brings together gamers from all over the world to compete for the title of best Call of Duty faction in the world. The 2022 edition is currently underway, and fans will be able to witness the action in the COD Mobile WC Stage 4 on August 13. The event's schedule and format have recently been revealed. Here is all of the information that is currently available.
The Call of Duty Mobile World Championship will likely conclude in December. The event will feature some of the best teams competing for the top spot, with a grand prize pool of $1,700,000. But first, Call of Duty Mobile World Championship Stage 4 will host qualifiers to determine who advances to the finals and who must return home.
The fourth stage of the Call of Duty Mobile World Championship will begin on August 13. Each region will have eight teams competing against each other for the top spots to advance to the next stage. The Call of Duty Mobile World Championship Stage 4 will begin with a Swiss-style group stage, with the top four teams qualifying for the following day. The teams will face a double elimination bracket on Day 2.
The following teams will advance from Call of Duty Mobile World Championship Stage 4 to the finals:
India- 2 teams
Latin America – 3 teams
Japan- 1 team
Europe- 3 teams
North America- 3 teams
China and Southeast Asia will each send two teams to the finals. They will, however, compete in separate regional tournaments.
The COD Mobile WC Stage 4 will be broadcasted via YouTube. The schedule for the live stream will be as follows:
India- Aug 13- Aug 14/ 7:30 UTC/ 13:00 IST
Latin America – Aug 13- Aug 14/ 15:00 UTC/ 10:00 CDT
Japan- Aug 20- Aug 21/ 6:00 UTC/ 15:00 JST
Europe- Aug 20- Aug 21/ 13:00 UTC/ 14:00 BST
North America- Aug 27- Aug 28/ 17:00 UTC/ 10:00 PST
The entire second half of August will see intense action for Call of Duty Mobile World Championship Stage 4. Gamers are advised to tune in to YouTube and cheer for their favourite contingent once the action begins.