ESPN and Minnesota Røkkr Launch All-Women Call of Duty Tournament
20 Oct, 2020
The Call of Duty League’s Minnesota Røkkr, ESPN Esports and esports networking platform eFuse have partnered to host an all-female Call of Duty: Warzone competition. The Røkkr are owned by the Wilf family, who also own the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings.
The #WeRokk tournament will stream Oct. 29 on the ESPN Esports Twitch channel with three teams playing for a $10,000 prize pool. Gamers hoping to compete in the tournament can register as a team of four on eFuse’s website to participate in a qualifying round scheduled for Oct. 21.
Team captains participating in the event include Røkkr director of content Ashley Glassel, Washington Mystics WNBA forward Aerial Powers, and popular gamers from esports organizations such as Cloud9, Gen.G, G2, and Optic Gaming.