• 16 Sep 2011, 12:35 • News
Some may say that Call of Duty 4 has been lacking a large cash injection for over a year, the last being the Antwerp eSports Festival at the tail-end of July 2010. With no AEF announcement for this year, the community seemed to lose hope and faith in their game. Sure, there has been numerous small to mid-scale events throughout the year and they've been great, but it's the big money people are really interested in.
At least momentarily, it seems the wait is over. One of the current market's largest high-performance PC components manufacturers, Corsair, have generously shelled out $10,000 for an online tournament in Call of Duty 4. The tournament goes by the name of Vengeance Cup and is the largest online tournament for the game in terms of prize pot and is certainly a soothing thought given the past year for the game.
The tournament will take place via the Corsair website but uses the familiar eSports Heaven layout and also is interlinked with its database, this means if you can log in using your ESH account if you have one. If you don't have one, you can still register!
Signups open: Now
Tournament start date: Monday 17th October
Format: Group stage then playoffs
The signups have opened today so if you're interested in signing up, then you can do so by heading over to the tournament homepage.