Call of Duty Mobile World Championship 2022 Phase 5: Schedule, Participating Teams and Prize Money

Call of Duty Mobile It has been one of the most popular mobile games for the past three years. Call of Duty: Mobile The Championship was announced by Activision in March 2022 and has since set the stage for the grand finale, Stage 5.

The qualifying phase for the Call of Duty Mobile World Championship 2022 ended in September 2022. The top 16 teams from around the world will face off in an offline event held in North Raleigh from December 15-18. Karolina, USA This major world championship has a massive $1.7 million prize pool.

Activision recently took to Twitter to announce the prize pool distribution and the schedule for this upcoming event. mentioned in the tweet “The event will be held alongside the Call of Duty League Major I Tournament and Call of Duty Endowment Bowl III to bring four days of Call of Duty Action to our community.” Players who want to watch the event in person can also buy tickets now.

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Call of Duty Mobile World Championship 2022 detail

Call of Duty Mobile World Championship
Call of Duty Mobile World Championship Details (Image via Activation)

Starting with map rotations, Hardpoint will be the 1st, followed by Search and Destroy. Map 3 will be A/B Control, map 4 will again be Hardpoint, and the final map will be Search and Destroy. All 7 multiplayer Standoffs, Takeoff, Raid, Summit, Firing Range, Slums and Hacienda will be seen in Stage 5 of the Call of Duty Mobile World Championship.

The teams participating in this tournament are listed below:

  1. GodLike Esports (India)
  2. Team Vitality (India)
  3. In game (Brazil)
  4. Skade (Brazil)
  5. Impact Chemin (Brazil)
  6. Scarz (Japan)
  7. Nova Esports (Europe)
  8. STMN Esports (Formerly Animus) (Europe)
  9. STRUT Esports (Formerly Limitless Esports) (Europe)
  10. Tribal Games (North America)
  11. Luster (formerly UN Dream) (North America)
  12. NYSL Mayhem (North America)
  13. ALMGHTY (Garena Finals)
  14. Omega Esports (Garena Finals)
  15. Wolves (China)
  16. Quig Jiu Club (China)

December 15

  • 09:00 – 15:30 ET – Group Stage
  • 15:30 – 16:30 ET – Champions Group Quarterfinals

December 16

  • 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm ET – CODE Bowl III

17 December

  • 09:00 – 10:15 ET – Elimination Group R1
  • 10:15 am – 11:30 pm ET – Champions Group Semifinals
  • 11:30 – 12:45 ET – Elimination Group R2
  • 12:45 – 14:00 ET – Qualifying Group Semi-Finals
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December 18

  • 09:00 – 10:15 ET – Champions Group Finals
  • 10:15 am – 11:30 pm ET – Playoff Finals
  • 11:30 – 13:30 ET – Grand Finals

The massive $1.7M prize pool has been handed out to all positions from #1 to #16, and here’s the breakdown:

  1. 1st Place – $700,000
  2. 2nd Place – $280,000
  3. 3rd Place – $150,000
  4. 4th Place – $110,000
  5. 5th Place – $80,000
  6. 6th Place – $80,000
  7. 7th Place – $60,000
  8. 8th Place – $60,000
  9. 9th Place – $30,000
  10. 10th Place – $30,000
  11. 11th Place – $30,000
  12. 12th Place – $30,000
  13. 13th Place – $15,000
  14. 14th Place – $15,000
  15. 15th Place – $15,000
  16. 16th Place – $15,000

As this is the first LAN event, the previous two could not be performed due to different issues. All fans can watch the event live on YouTube and Twitch. Players can also watch a live stream of the Call of Duty mobile game.