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Activision is also planning to give away Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 beta codes during the event.
To be in with a chance of winning a code, players will need to watch the Call of Duty League Championship.
Anyone who physically attends Championship Sunday at the Galen Center in Los Angeles, California will also receive a Modern Warfare 2 beta code.
Activision recently confirmed that all Modern Warfare 2 pre-orders come with early access to the game’s beta, which will be available on PlayStation consoles at least five days earlier than any other platform.
While a release date hasn’t been announced, it was claimed last month that the Modern Warfare 2 beta will launch in mid-September.
Activision said on Monday that its monthly active users (MAUs) dropped below 100 million for the first time in almost three years during its second quarter ended on June 30, reflecting lower engagement for the Call of Duty franchise.
MAUs totalled 94 million, down from 100 million in the first quarter. Its MAUs had been above 100 million since the fourth quarter of 2019, which saw the release of Call of Duty Mobile, and peaked at 150 million during the first quarter of 2021.
Activision also said on Monday that Call of Duty will receive “new premium content” in 2023.
If reports claiming Activision has decided not to release a mainline Call of Duty game in 2023 are accurate, this could mean it has a spin-off title or major paid DLC in development for next year.