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All Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship 2023 teams

Sixteen teams will compete in the tournament, and only one will win the lion’s share of the $1 million USD prize pool.

The Call of Duty: Mobile (CoD Mobile) World Championship 2023 event will kick off in a few months! Between Dec. 15 and 17, competitors will duke it out for the bulk of the $1 million USD prize pool. Read on for a list of every CoD Mobile World Championship team.

Luminosity versus Team Mayhem during PAX West (Image via ESL Gaming)
Luminosity versus Team Mayhem during PAX West (Image via ESL Gaming)

CoD Mobile World Championship teams

A total of 16 teams will compete in the CoD Mobile World Championship 2023 tournament. The event itself will take place at DreamHack Atlanta. So far, 12 teams advanced to this championship stage.

Here's the list of every CoD Mobile World Championship team so far:

  1. Luminosity
  2. Team Mayhem
  3. Tribe Gaming
  4. Team Vitality
  5. Godlike
  6. Kings
  7. Exclusive
  8. TLE Esports
  9. Loops
  10. Inco Gaming
  11. Volt
  12. Wolves Esports
Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship teams (Image via ESL Gaming)
Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship teams (Image via ESL Gaming)

Snapdragon Pro Series at DreamHack Atlanta

The CoD Mobile World Championship action will take place between Dec. 15 and 17 at DreamHack Atlanta in the Georgia World Congress Center. Fans and supporters can get tickets to this event by visiting the event's official website.

Tickets include three-day passes of the regular, family, and premium variety. There's an offer of 15% off DreamHack Atlanta as well. Just use the code SPSCODM. One-day passes and specific LAN tickets are also available.

“The Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship is the pinnacle of the 2023 competitive year, and we’re excited to bring it to fans live at DreamHack Atlanta,” Sam Braithwaite, the vice president of game ecosystems for mobile at ESL FACEIT Group (EFG), said.

Braithwaite added how EFG's Snapdragon Pro Series for the game is creating pathways for mobile esports. He noted that smartphones are players' entry tickets. Meanwhile, Jeff Gullett, the head of CoD Mobile at Activision, shared Braithwaite's excitement about the live event.

Screenshot of an CoD Mobile esports match (Image via ESL Gaming)
Screenshot of an CoD Mobile esports match (Image via ESL Gaming)

“Live tournaments are the cornerstone of esports, and we’re looking forward to bringing the Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship to fans live at DreamHack Atlanta,” Gullett said. “This is a critical moment for some of the world’s best squads, and we’re excited to be able to showcase the peak of mobile competition to a diverse audience of diehard mobile fans and casual festival attendees.” 

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