Amatuer Call of Duty League, the ACCL, has announced that it will be funding a European team’s travel and hotel to the Toronto Challengers LAN at the start of June.
The league will host a cup competition in order to decide the team that will be receiving the funding.
Entry for the tournament will be £10 per team, with every team that enters being in with a chance of winning a trip to Canada.
The winning team will also be given ACCL team jerseys to wear whilst competing at the event.
The prize will include all funding for flights and hotel for the team, as well as the team pass for the actual event itself too.
The tournament will follow the same format as a Challengers Cup. It will run on the weekend of April 23.
The top eight teams will then progress to Sunday’s action, with the eventual winners then being given the prize. Any team below the 7th seed in Europe will be able to take part.
A minimum of 24 teams are required for the tournament to run but there shouldn’t be any problems with that when it comes to numbers.
Standard age rules will be in place for this tournament, unlike other ACCL competitions, players will have to be 18.
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