MLG World Finals – How to Qualify for Call of Duty Group Play

North America Teams

  1. Rosters submitted for the MLG NA 10,000 Series Online Tournament (September 27) will be used to determine the NA Group Play Teams.
  2. Any NA Teams that are unable to participate in that Tournament with their full Roster must submit their Roster to jnye@mlg.tv by 5 PM EDT on Friday, September 25th.
  3. In order to be considered a NA Team, the Roster must include at least 3 NA Players.
  4. The top 12 NA Pro Points Teams as of 9 AM EDT on Monday, September 28th will start in Group Play.

 

Europe Teams

  1. Rosters submitted for the MLG EU 10,000 Series Online Tournament (September 13) will be used to determine the EU Group Play Teams.
  2. Any EU Teams that are unable to participate in that Tournament with their full Roster must submit their Roster to jnye@mlg.tv by 5 PM EDT on Friday, September 11th.
  3. In order to be considered an EU Team, the Roster must include at least 3 EU Players.
  4. The top 3 EU Pro Points Teams as of 9 AM EDT on Monday, September 14th will start in Group Play.

 

Australia/New Zealand Teams

  1. Rosters submitted for the ACL Melbourne 25,000 Series Tournament (September 5-6) will be used to determine the ANZ Group Play Team.
  2. Any ANZ Teams that are unable to participate in that Tournament with their full Roster must submit their Roster to jnye@mlg.tv by 5 PM EDT on Friday, September 4th.
  3. In order to be considered an ANZ Team, the Roster must include at least 3 ANZ Players.
  4. The top 1 ANZ Pro Points Teams as of 9 AM EDT on Monday, September 7th will start in Group Play.

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