Win 2 tickets to Call of Duty World League in Melbourne

Finals on 10 April

Win tickets to the final in Melbourne!

Win tickets to the final in Melbourne!

Witness the intensity and skill of the ultimate Call of Duty: Black Ops III players at the Call of Duty World League Challenge Division ANZ presented by PlayStation 4, Crown Invitational.

Thanks to Crown Resorts, you can win a double pass for Sunday 10 April and see the juggernauts of international Call of Duty, including USA’s Optic Gaming and Europe’s Millennium, face off with the best from Australia and New Zealand as they battle it out for a share of $70,000.

To win just tell us why you should be the one to be there in 25 words or less.

Send entries to

consumer_editor@idg.com.au

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