A UK viewing party for the Call of Duty Championships has been organized, thanks to Splyce and Wasps Rugby, for fans across the pond to watch all the action from the biggest event of the season with a crowd.
With the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship taking place in Colombus, Ohio, most UK fans will miss out on the event in person due to the travel costs.
But this year, UK fans need not resign to watching it alone on stream at home, as this year you will be able to head to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, home to Wasps Rugby, to watch the event with a crowd.
The event will run for three days of the five day tournament, Friday August 17 to Sunday 19, and you can choose to attend all of some of the days over the weekend.
In around 1 month from now, the UK community rallies in Coventry to support EU teams during the biggest @CODWorldLeague event of the year. Join the ranks of the #CWLChamps 2018 UK Viewing Party, live from the @RicohArena!
Tickets on sale now:
— Splyce (@Splyce) July 23, 2018
In addition to watching the event with a crowd of passionate EU fans, there will also be other activities planned.
"Come join Splyce and the rest of the Call of Duty World League UK teams at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry for a viewing party.
We will have Giveaways, Vendor Booths, Tournaments, Raffles and much much more! Esports are just better as a shared experience, so come join us in celebrating CWL Champs!"
Visit our viewing party on 17th - 19th August at the @RicohArena to watch some of the best @CallOfDuty players in the world compete for top honors at #CWLChamps!
Best of all, tickets are just £10!
Find out how you can get involved https://t.co/gm2XdNmZ3p pic.twitter.com/PmLmIa71BF
— Wasps Rugby (@WaspsRugby) July 17, 2018
In total, there will be 11 European teams in attendance at Champs, of which eight are from the UK or have UK players on the roster.
The top EU teams, Red Reserve, UNILAD and of course Splyce, will be the favorites to cause an upset over the North American favorites.
Judging by the incredible crowd and atmosphere at the CWL Birmingham Open earlier in the season, the UK fans should have this event lively and entertaining, and well worth the ticket price.
Tickets cost only £10 per day, or you can buy the three day pass for £25. Buy tickets here.