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ANZ teams qualify for the $1 million Call of Duty Championship 2013

The two Australian and New Zealand teams to qualify for the Call of Duty Championships were decided by the Australian Cyber League Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 finals on March 15 in Sydney, Australia.

"It's a great feeling to take out the Call of Duty title in Australia, and we can't wait to go to Hollywood and play for the big bucks against the world's best," said Albert Nassif, captain of Team Immunity. The other team to qualify for the Championships during the eight hour tournament was Mindfreak eSports,

They will join the top eight teams from the Black Ops 2 Champions Series League, which include Curse, Rage, TVA, Awe Sports, compLexity, Phoenix, Quantic and Vintage.

The teams will make their way to the Call of Duty Championships to compete against 22 other teams in Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 multiplayer matches on Xbox 360.

The remaining teams consist of finalists from the MLG Winter Championship in Dallas, Texas and the ESL's European Finals in Cologne, Germany. Both tournaments are currently underway.

Other teams will come from qualifiers held in Asia and Brazil.

Presented by Activision, Microsoft, Major League Gaming and the Electronic Sports League, the Call of Duty Championships runs April 5-7 in Hollywood, Calif., with a prize pool of $1 million. The event will be streamed lived online.

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