Call Of Duty League Championship Winners Get A Literal Throne As A Prize

Tune in this weekend to see which Call of Duty League team will take the throne. Literally.

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With the Call of Duty League Championship happening this weekend, the organization has announced that alongside the championship ring and trophy, the winning team will also get a throne.

The organization didn't specify the dimensions of the prize, but it's a "functional [and] elevated gaming throne" created by Sheron Barber, a visual artist and designer who has worked with Drake, Rihanna, Post Malone, and others. The throne is made from Formica with a titanium veneer finish and will feature details like the Championship date, names, and player statistics from the season.

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While it's still being built, the organization shared conceptual designs of the throne, which are embedded below.

The Call of Duty League Championship will go live from August 29-30. In addition to the aforementioned trophies, the winning team will also take home $1.5 million as the top prize. Recently, the competition broke its previous viewership records, raking in a total of 115,000 people watching at its peak.

In other Call of Duty news, Activision has finally revealed the trailer for this year's Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War. The new Call of Duty game will release on November 13 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. You can check out our Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War pre-order guide to learn about the bonuses and editions available, as well as how to get access to the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X versions.

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