CoD: WaW cup
€350 of prized on offer in 2vs2 Call of Duty: World at War contest.
In celebration and anticipation for the upcoming Call of Duty: World at War map pack for the PC, ClanBase will run an out of season 2vs2 featured cup with plenty of prizes up for grabs.
In total, we are giving away €350 worth of great COD WaW prizes.
The cup schedule will be as followed:
Thursday 2nd April Open Signups.
Thursday 16th April Close signups.
Sunday 19th April All groups published.
Monday 27th April Start of the first matchweek.
The rest of the schedule will be determined by the number of signups.
As clanleader or trustee you may signup your clan for this cup. Signups will be open on the 2nd of April and will remain open until 14th of April at 23:59 CET.
You can sign up here.
New to ClanBase?
If you are new to ClanBase you can will need to register an account before you can play. Once you have created an account you may create a new clan, using the link on the top menu bar.
Your clan will need to have at least two members in it to participate in this competition, to add members to your clan you will need to use the Admin page. For more detailed information, please read the FAQ.
For more information including prize details, please visit the cup page.
About ClanBase and The GGL
ClanBase is a free extensive system for gamers to play action games over the internet, founded by gamers in 1998, and now registering over 1.9 million players. Measured by activity, ClanBase has become the largest online gaming community and competition website in the world.
Online action games are usually played in teams (clans) and ClanBase provides them with clanpages, forums, news, files, ladders, leagues and an advanced system to arrange matches. Every day, over 20.000 people play a match through ClanBase.
The Global Gaming League (GGL) is a worldwide leader in organized competitive online and real-time video game tournaments and events (V-Sports). MTV has hailed GGL as "the recognized leader not only in organizing online and live video game events but also in creating content of interest around those competitions". GGL acquired ClanBase in 2004.