Call of Duty Championship – HD Stream of the Final Championship Round

Last weekend was witness to Call of Duty’s largest worldwide tournament ever, the official Call of Duty Championship, brought to you by Activision and Xbox Live, and held in Hollywood, California.

Whether you’ve been following some of our recent coverage of the event or not, we’ve yet to catch an official replay of the epic battle between the final the two remaining competitive-level Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 teams, Fariko Impact and Team EnVyUs.

Xbox Live’s Larry “Major Nelson” Hyrb has kindly published the tournament’s final moments on his YouTube channel, which you can catch below.

With a total of $400,000 on the line, watch two of the worlds best Call of Duty teams go at it in the final round of the Call of Duty Championship.

What were some of your personal highlights? Let us know in the comments below!

  • Katana67

    Do people care about this? Not trolling, I’m legitimately intrigued as to whether this is a “thing” or not.

    • i would care…..if it was a 3 minute clip but 2 and a half hours? hell NO

    • James K

      Yes. Do you see the crowds?

      • Katana67

        Crowds are not indicative of something being worthwhile or even cared about by the majority. I could hold a belly button lint convention an there’d be a crowd. Ill take it by the minuscule amount of comments here that this is not a thing and is cared about only by those participating.

        • Oerba

          As far as CoD goes, yeah, not many people really give a shit about “competitive” CoD. Other games though, like SC2, SF4, UMVC3, LoL etc. have huge followings, and will get big crowds and lots of viewers on streams.

        • Just as crowds are not indicative of something being popular, few comments on an article on one website does not mean it is unpopular.

        • James K

          It’s the target you’re aiming cares, then it’s successful

    • *cough*

      Gee, the event has enormous production value, long lines that extend outside the buildings, and enormous crowds in the audience…

      Nah, no one cares at all.

      • Katana67

        You must be insecure.

    • asgaro

      Why not? It’s like watching a sports match, with the difference that it’s all on a virtual playfield.
      E-sports is pretty big in Asia. In South Korea they even have a dedicated TV channel for the Starcraft franchise.
      I think Europe and America will eventually embrace e-sports too.