the Call of Duty: Mobile World Championship 2022 took an unexpected turn of events as many players are complaining linking problems from your account to GameBattles. GameBattles is an online service that is run to host tournaments and takes care of the registration for Stage 3 of call of duty: mobile World Championship since 2020. In this article, we will tell you all about Stage 3 of the World Championship and what some notable names had to say about these topics.
Players faced issues during stage 3 of Call of Duty Mobile: World Championship
On the last day of stage 3 registrations, many players received a mail from GameBattles asking them to link their activision accounts to the website. The mail also stated that no changes can be made to the roster and that a team participating in Stage 3 must have the same group of players that played in Stage 2. Teams that have made changes to their roster will be deemed directly ineligible.
This came as a surprise to many players as most of them were already having trouble connecting to the website. And apart from this, now they also had to find a solution for the list correction problem. This rule was implemented only on the last day, which is too late for a change.
This became a major concern for many of the leading electronic sports teams in India and LATAM, as the issue primarily affected teams in these regions. Popular teams like Divine, Revenant Esports, and other lesser-known teams that qualified from Stage 2 of the Call of Duty Mobile: World Championship all fell victim to this. GodLike’s IGL, Learn expressed his opinion when talking about the issue he was facing, and that his team was in constant conversations with GameBattles support regarding it.
Image Blaines, the coach of the Eastern and Western champions at Call of Duty Mobile: World Championship 2021 – Blacklist International Ultimate and Tribe Gaming, currently coaches Revenant Esports and criticized the management team for making things worse for the teams. After several tweets and mentions, the official handle of Call of Duty: Mobile appeared on Twitter suggesting players to contact GameBattles support and provide the required contact information for the same, as they are the only ones who can solve problems.
Activision has always paid less attention to talent in various regions, including India and Africa.
Activision has always ignored regions that contain a lot of talent, such as India, OCE and Africa, since its first World Championship on mobile. Indian teams at least got a chance to prove themselves, but countries from the other two regions haven’t even made the list. Eligible Countries ready.
Teams from these regions perform exceptionally well at major events hosted by outside organizers and knock on Activision’s door from time to time, only to find that they will be ignored. When the list of countries eligible to participate in Call of Duty Mobile: World Championship 2022 was published, it was noted that the Middle Eastern countries were also eliminated. This was not well received by the players in the Middle East, but sad to say they really can’t do anything about it.
Current status of Stage 3 in Call of Duty Mobile: World Championship
Stage 3 of the Call of Duty Mobile: World Championship will kick off on June 18, 2022 for India and LATAM. Brackets were made public for viewing a day before the start of Stage 3 and can be found here. Until last year, GameBattles used to provide registered players with a unique code that would be used to participate in Stage 3 matches. But due to a new system implemented this year, many players encountered problems on the website, which resulted in only 50 teams from India participating this year, out of the 256 teams that qualified from Stage 2 of the Call of Duty Mobile: World Championship. , In India.
Things don’t seem to be going well on the Esports side of Call of Duty: Mobile. The scene has already stagnated in many regions, and now this only adds fuel to the fire. After receiving the email, many players took to social media to share their disappointment, not knowing if they would get to play in the next stage of the World Championship after several months of hard work to be where they are today. This has unsettled players, but there is still hope that things will get better for them.
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