CWL London Update: Schedule, Results [Call of Duty World League]

CWL London Event Call of Duty World League Open Tournament Gfinity Esports

Updating: CWL London was announced last week. With the Call of Duty Esports growing worldwide, this is an excellent opportunity to grow CoD competitive in the European market. Furthermore, CWL London seems to be getting all the attention for local gamers as tickets are almost sold out three months in advance.

CWL London Selling out

Call of Duty esports fans are taking notice in the UK. With the CWL coming to London, fans are quickly buying tickets for the event at the Copper Box Arena. With the prize pool being $75,000, competition will be fierce which is what fans want to see; top teams battling it out.

With the announcement of the CWL Pro League coming to London, we take a look at the event (pictures below). The last time Gfinity Esports hosted a major Call of Duty event was in 2016. Here’s all the information you need to know about the CWL London Event.

CWL London Event May 3 to May 5 [Call of Duty World League]

Gfinity Esports has will be hosting the CWL London event, which will be the 3rd event in the 2019 season. Gfinity Esports isn’t a stranger to hosting competitions. The esports company was founded in 2012. Gfinity is the only UK esports organizer, bringing many major opens to London. The company also hosts daily online tournaments for a number of games.

Gfinity Esports has grown since 2012, and hosts a variety of events on different platforms (PS4, Xbox One and PC). They’ve also launched the Gfinity Elite Series with something called the “Challenger Series”. Games that are part of the Challenger series are CS:GO, Rocket League and Street Fighter V. With CWL London finally in place, this is a great opportunity for the Call of Duty brand to grow in Europe and make it’s mark as Counter Strike: Global Offensive is the FPS leader in that part of the world.

CWL UK Information

Gfinity Esports partnered with Activision Blizzard to host the CWL London on May 3rd to May 5th. The event will take place at the Copper Box Arena which holds a capacity of 7,500. There will be two different competitions for Call of Duty Black Ops 4.

CWL London Prize Pool Tournament

There will be 16 teams featured at the CWL London event. A separate tournament will be hosted side by side to give opportunity for amateur teams to partake in this event. Over 200 amateur teams will compete for $75,000. The main event for the CWL London will have a prize pool of $325,00. All games will be played on PlayStation 4.

What to Expect – Copper Box Arena Pictures

The major Call of Duty event will take place at the Copper Box Arena, which is located at:

  • Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 3HB, United Kingdom

Here are pictures showing where the event will take place and how it will look like inside.

CWL London Copper Box Arena Esports Event Outside OutDoor
Out the Copper Box Arena, London UK
CWL London Copper Box Arena Esports Event Outside
Outside Copper Box Arena Crowd
CWL London Copper Box Arena Esports Event Outside Lineup
Copper Box Arena Line-up
CWL London Copper Box Arena Esports Event Main Entrance
Main Entrance to Arena
CWL London Copper Box Arena Esports Event Hallway Entrance
Arena Hallway
CWL London Copper Box Arena Esports Event Inside Seating
Seating Entrance
CWL London Copper Box Arena Esports Event Inside Seat Plan
Seating View


CWL London Copper Box Arena Esports Event Gym

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