GameBattles Integration Coming to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

CoD fans are about to get a whole lot more eSports integrated into their game experience.

GameBattles, the professional gaming platform supported by Major League Gaming, will be integrated in the upcoming Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, as well as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, as stated in Activision's Q3 2016 earnings summary. Players will be able to play in all sorts of tournaments held by the MLG with this in-game feature.

GameBattles is a service offered by the MLG that includes over a hundred games to play. Members can sign in for professional tournaments and earn cash by participating or winning. On launch day, it will run various tournaments for the PlayStation 4 versions of CoD in Europe and North America. For those interested, the entrance is free and the registration ends today.

A video player will also be added to both Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered, due to the 50 million video views Activision recorded on Facebook regarding eSports. Players will be able to watch matches from the Call of Duty World League, as well as amateur competitions, all within the game.


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Published Nov. 4th 2016

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