Activision has usually launched a new underline for Call of Duty: Black Ops III called a “live eventuality viewer,” that allows players to balance into e-sports matches from directly within a game. Those matches, naturally, will be from a newly launched Call of Duty World League, with weekly competitions scheduled in 3 opposite regions, including North America, Europe, and Australia / New Zealand. The underline is usually accessible in a PS4 chronicle of a game, however, expected due to sponsorship reasons; it’s technically called a Call of Duty World League Presented by PlayStation 4, after all.
Black Ops III isn’t a initial diversion to offer a underline like this — Dota 2 likewise facilities a really strong in-game compare spectator — though a further is usually one partial of a broader plan from Activision to turn a large actor in a fast flourishing universe of e-sports. Not usually did a publisher launch a rival joining for Call of Duty in November — finish with a $3 million esteem pool — it also shaped a dedicated e-sports division and acquired pioneering e-sports organisation Major League Gaming, with a vigilant of building a promote network that aspires to be “the ESPN of e-sports.”