Call of Duty Championships Open To The Public This Year

General admission tickets for marquee eSports event go on sale next week starting to $50.

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For the first time in the event's history, this year's Call of Duty Championships--which sees the world's best Advanced Warfare players duke it out for a share of the $1 million prize pool--will be open to the public. Tickets for the event go on sale next week starting at $50.

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Activision will sell a $50 "Gold Package" that includes a three-day pass, a token to download Advanced Warfare's upcoming Ascendance DLC, and the Call of Duty 2015 premium personalization pack for Advanced Warfare (see below).

Meanwhile, a $100 "Platinum Package" comes with everything above, as well as a Call of Duty Championships 2015 sweatshirt and VIP seating. Tickets go on sale February 17 at 10 AM PDT through the Major League Gaming website.

If you don't want to wait, the Call of Duty Championships 2015 personalization pack is available to download right now on Xbox Live for $4. It includes three new reticles, a golden weapon camo, a new calling card, a Championship Exoskeleton, and a Championship helmet.

For more on this year's Call of Duty Championships, which will be held March 27-29 in Los Angeles, check out GameSpot's previous coverage of the event.

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