The Call of Duty World League has announced that the CWL All-Star game will be making a return at the upcoming CWL Anaheim event.
This came as part of a larger announcement on Reddit about the changes being made to the CWL, including some scheduling adjustments, broadcast talent update, and more.
CWL Anaheim will take place in Anaheim, CA and will be the sixth major open tournament of the current CWL season.
The tournament, which will be the final one before the 2018 CWL Championship, will feature over 160 teams from across the world battling it out for a share of the $200,000 prize pool.
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The CWL All-Star game will be played on Saturday, June 16th and will feature eight of the best and brightest talent that the Call of Duty World League has to offer.
Fans will get to vote in the players that will participate, and it appears that the voting will be done on the CWL Twitter page.
The format for the All-Star game will be a 4v4 Pro-Mod Search and Destroy, meaning that each team will have to use at least one assault rifle, one sub-machine gun, and one sniper rifle.
This exhibition event will go towards promoting the Call of Duty Endowment, which is a nonprofit organization supported by Activision Blizzard that 'identifies and funds the most efficient and effective organizations that get unemployed veterans back to work.'
Full details about CWL Anaheim, including scheduling and ticket purchasing, can be found on the official event page here.