Two Indian teams to compete in COD Mobile Championship 2022

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Team Vitality and GodLike Esports, the two Indian teams have made it to top 16 in Call of Duty (CoD) Mobile World Championship 2022, but will not compete against one another during the tournament’s Group Stage despite making it in the top 16 of the championship.

Both teams can make it to the Playoffs, where they may or may not end up playing each other. This is fantastic news for all the fans and supporters in India, as both teams will get a chance to prove themselves before clashing.

Activision has released details on each group competing in the CoD Mobile World Championship in 2022. The 16 qualified teams have been grouped into four groups of four teams each.

The championship is just around the corner and is set to take place from the 15th to the 18th of December in Raleigh, North Carolina. It also features a prize pool of $1.7 million that will be distributed among the winners.

The 16 teams are divided into four groups with four teams each. Here are the group distribution:

Group A

1. GodLike Esports – India

2. NYSL Mayhem – North America

3. STMN Esports – Europe

4. Smart Omega – Philippines (Invited)

Group B

5. iNCO Gaming – Latin America

6. STRUT esports – Europe

7. Team Vitality – India

8. Wolves – Chine (CDM Season 4)

Group C

7. Influence Chemin Esports – Latin America

8. Qing Jiu Club – China (CDM Points)

9. SCARZ – Japan

10. Tribe Gaming – North America

Group D

11. ALMGHTY – Singapore (Invited)

12. Luminosity Gaming – North America

13. Nova Esports EU – Europe

14. SKADE – Latin America

Every game in this stage of the tournament will be a best-of-five series, with a straightforward double-elimination bracket serving as the format. The top two teams from each group will be moving forward to playoffs.

The playoffs will feature double elimination brackets with games played as best of five. The grand final for the championship will follow a different format with a best of seven matches.

After the BGMI ban, esports organizations have started focusing on CoD Mobile, and teams have been working hard to show their true potential.

Recently, many organizations have also announced a roster for BGMI’s counterpart New State Mobile, and a tournament has also been hosted for the game, but the game is nowhere as popular as BGMI and the current state of CoD Mobile.

BGMI developers have announced that they are working on resuming services in India, but since there are no exact dates, one can only assume and hope for the unbanning of the game.