Millions of people play and watch eSports every day and with the recent Halo World Championship announced with a record prize pool and DOTA 2 events awarding eight-figure prize pools, there is no doubt eSports are here to stay.
Betting on eSports used to be reserved for only the biggest world championship events, but now sites like William Hill Australia are offering more markets every day - including for the weekly events on the new 2016 Call of Duty (CoD) World League.
The CoD World League pits the best players of the first person shooter game from around the globe against each other in a weekly schedule similar to traditional sports. With a prize pool of USD$3 million, the World League is a way for players to qualify for the annual Call of Duty Championship.
CoD enthusiasts can watch all the weekly games online and there is even an Australia/New Zealand league with results and standings able to be tracked on the Call of Duty website.
Right now, after Week 8, MindFreak is looking like the unstoppable team in the region, while Tainted Minds isn't too far behind.
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