Eight Australian gamers have secured their place in the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Championship tournament. Pitted against the best teams from all over the world, Team Immunity and Mindfreak eSports will be making their way to Hollywood, California, to represent Australia on the international stage.
"It's a great feeling to take out the Call of Duty title in Australia, and we can't wait to go to Hollywood and play for the big bucks against the world's best," Team Immunity captain Albert Nassif said after the team had secured their spot in the tournament.
The Aussie qualifier was played in Sydney on March 15, hosted by the Australian Cyber League (ACL). The top two teams will go on to the Call of Duty Championship taking place from April 5-7 at the Hollywood Palladium Theatre.
Activision has partnered with Xbox, and eSports organisations Major League Gaming (MLG) and the Electronic Sports League (ESL) for the event, which will see 32 of the world's best teams compete head-to-head in Call of Duty: Black Ops II for the 360 during a live-streamed competition. The winners will claim their share of a $1 million dollar prize pool.
To witness all the action that went down at the Aussie qualifier, tune in to the live stream replay.