Watch the ACGL Call of Duty Community Clash this week
The ACGL Call of Duty Community Clash (#C3ZA) Premier Bracket matches takes place this week. At the end of it all, the R10,000 prize pool will be distributed to the top teams, with R5,000 going to the winning team. If you are in the mood for some great local Call of Duty esports action, then you should tune in and watch the matches live.
COD Community Clash: Where & when to watch
Local teams participating in the ACGL Call of Duty Community Clash have been fighting their way through this awesome South African event since the end of July. Now, it is time for the Premier Bracket to begin, featuring the top eight teams. This is a double-elimination bracket, so there’s a whole lot of Call of Duty esports action to look forward to.
First up, you can watch the Premier Bracket matches for the Call of Duty Community Clash live on the ACGL YouTube channel. It is really as simple as tuning in each day at 20:00 SAST.
ACGL has provided the schedule and dates for the matches, which you can view below. Please note that all weekday matches are scheduled to begin at 20:00 SAST, while the start time for Saturday, 5th September is yet to be confirmed.
- Winners Bracket Semi-Finals: 1 September (2 Games)
- Losers bracket Round 1: 2 September (2 Games)
- Losers Bracket Round 2: 3 September (2 Games)
- Losers Bracket Semi-Final: 4 September (1 Game)
- WB Final, LB Final, and Grand Final: 5 September (3 Games)
The winner’s bracket for the semi-finals can be viewed below. Check out the full bracket to keep tabs on the results over on ACGL’s dedicated Community Clash page.
The prize pool distribution is:
- 1st place – R5,000
- 2nd place – R2,500
- 3rd place – R1,500
- 4th place – R1,000
The top four teams will also earn spots in the Premier Division for Season Two.
Remember to subscribe to the ACGL YouTube channel so you don’t miss a second of the live local esports action. If you want a taste of the Call of Duty Community Clash action right now, you can catch up by watching the Challenger’s Bracket final on ACGL’s YouTube channel.
To stay up to the date with latest happenings at ACGL, you should join in their dedicated Discord channel, which offers tournament support, amongst other things. Then, you should probably also give them a follow on Facebook and Twitter to stay updated.
Header image via ACGL.