A string of rewards for Call of Duty fans have been announced ahead of the World Series of Warzone London event this weekend, including a WSOW Prime Gaming Designated Driver Pack.
This Saturday, September 16th 2023, the anticipated London World Series of Warzone (WSOW) Global Final, presented by Prime Gaming, will take place at the UK’s Copper Box Arena for the first time ever to a sold-out crowd of 3,000 fans. The Copper Box Arena is managed by GLL, a charitable social enterprise and worker-owned cooperative, operating under the community-brand, Better.
Stuart Hutchison, General Manager at Copper Box Arena, said: “We’re immensely proud to be part of the emergence of esports. Copper Box Arena is rapidly becoming the home of esports in the UK after hosting huge tournaments such as League of Legends and Apex Legends already this year. We are now excited to be bringing yet another high-profile game to life in Call of Duty Warzone.”
How to get the WSOW Prime Gaming Designated Driver Pack from Prime Gaming
Amazon Prime Gaming members can receive a free WSOW Prime Gaming Designated Driver Pack.
This includes the following:
- Speed Demon – WSOW Operator Skin
- Take the Wheel – TAQ-V Battle Rifle Weapon Blueprint
- Dropping In – Animated Calling Card
- Burning Rubber – Emblem
- Double XP Token
- Double Weapon XP Token
This is for Xbox, PlayStation and PC players of Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare 2, and the offer ends on September 21st 2023.
Prime subscribers can get the WSOW Designated Driver Pack on the Prime Gaming website by linking their game account to their Prime one.
WSOW London Twitch drops and stream rewards
Viewers can tune in for the WSOW London Final at twitch.tv/CallofDuty on Saturday September 16th 2023 at 3pm BST.
Twitch viewers will also have the opportunity to win a MWIII (MW3) Beta code, with 50,000 codes up for grabs overall.
Other prizes include the Lightning Rod Blueprint, ‘You Dropped This’ Camo, ‘Grab the Popcorn’ Calling Card, WSOW Wartrack, Double Digits emblem and XP tokens to use in game.
The offer is open to select regions, and a minimum of 60 minutes of watch time is required for viewers to be eligible for a randomised beta code sweeps drop.
To get the rewards, viewers must link their Activision account with their Battle.net, PSN, Xbox or Steam account, and link their YouTube or Twitch caccount with their Activision account.
There’s more info on accessing the WSOW stream drops and rewards in the link within the X post above.
About WSOW London and the esports setup
Esports champions from across the globe will come together to battle it out in front of fans for a share of the $600,000 prize pool.
WSOW 2023 will see the World’s most skilled Call of Duty Warzone players fly to London and take to the stage to compete.
2023 is an entirely unique year for the competition, as for the first time ever, players in Latin America and the Asian Pacific can qualify for the WSOW Global Final making it the most international competition yet.
Will Fifakill, teamed with abWizz and OEKIY bring the trophy to Europe or will Tommey, teamed with Newbz and Almond take it back to the States?
Both trios took home significant prizes at the EU and NA Stage 2 Finals respectively, but it remains to be seen which team will be crowned the ultimate champions. They will be joined by a total of 48 other trios from across six continents.
The Global Final will be made of two key components, the WSOW trios squad competition and the iconic SoloYolo competition. The top 50 trios in the world will compete in a custom lobby 6-map series with WSOW scoring and $500,000 in prizing on the line.
WSOW SoloYolo tournament
The best performing trio in the separate SoloYolo competition will be crowned winners and take home the $100,000 first place prize.
The SoloYolo tournament will see the 150 qualifying WSOW Global Final players drop in as solos with the winner based on overall placement.
SoloYolo will get underway at 8pm BST on the Saturday, following the WSOW Trios Competition, which starts at 3pm BST.
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Dom is an award-winning writer and finalist of the Esports Journalist of the Year 2023 award. He graduated from Bournemouth University with a 2:1 degree in Multi-Media Journalism in 2007.
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