Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge announced with up to ₹60 lakh prize pool – how to register, tournament dates and more

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Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge announced with up to ₹60 lakh prize pool – how to register, tournament dates and more
Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge.​Nodwin Gaming
  • Activision and Nodwin Gaming have announced a new Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge.
  • The registrations for the tournament are now live and will go on till May 22.
  • Here’s everything you need to know about the Call of Duty: Mobile tournament.
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Call of Duty: Mobile developer Activision and e-sports company Nodwin Gaming are back with a new tournament for the popular game in India. The new Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge has been announced with a prize pool of ₹60 lakh, the highest amount for the game so far.

The registrations for the tournament are now live and will go on till June 5. In addition to the prize pool of ₹60 lakh, the top-performing players will also receive COD points, which are the in-game currency for Call of Duty: Mobile. More than 3,70,000 COD points worth ₹50 lakh will be up for grabs during the tournament.

“We received a massive reception at the very first edition and we are up for the next one, which is bigger and better in every aspect. Our friends at Activision Blizzard have lent immense support to cultivate the Call of Duty: Mobile competitive eSports scene in India, and we’re proud to say that we have some of the best squads in the world right now,” Akshat Rathee, managing director and founder, Nodwin Gaming.

How to register for Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge



To register for the Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge, users can follow the below steps –

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  • Go to the Call of Duty: Mobile India Challenge visit this website.
  • Scroll down and click on “Register Now”.
  • The registrations are live now and users will be able to register till May 15 for Qualifier 1 and May 22 for Qualifier 2.
The tournament will take place in two formats – Battle Royale and Multiplayer mode. Each season will have two qualifiers and 256 teams will compete in each qualifier.

The teams will play single elimination matches in both the formats. The top 8 teams from each qualifier in the battle royale format and the top 4 teams from each qualifier in the multiplayer format will compete in the grand finals.

The grand finals of battle royale challenge will be played on June 4 and 5 and the finals of the multiplayer challenge will be played on June 25 and June 26.

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