Here's a fact: this weekend's #1 sporting event for the under-30 set isn't the NCAA basketball Elite Eight. The Call of Duty Championship is taking place in Los Angeles this weekend, with 32 teams competing for a $1 million prize pool. The winning squad takes home $400,000.
The teams are split into eight groups of four competing, with the top two from each group advancing to the double elimination round of 16. The weekend builds towards a championship match scheduled for 2pm PDT.
You can check out the brackets and a rough schedule here. Check this page for the championship rounds on Sunday or you can watch everything on a computer or on your phone via the MLG iOS or Android app. The proceedings are also available on TV via Roku, Xbox 260, Xbox One or Apple TV (if you stream from an iPhone or iPad via AirPlay).
Still not buying the new world order? Check out the infographic below to get an idea of just how huge Call of Duty has become. Click on the image to see it full size.
You can also watch live feeds of matches below. Since they're all set to autoplay, you'll want to mute the three streams you're not watching.
Team Alpha Live Feed:
Team Bravo Live Feed:
Team Charlie Live Feed:
Team Delta Live Feed: