Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Release Date:
Prize Money Awarded:
$2,598,295.00 From 401 Tournaments
Recorded Date Range:
2014-01-02 to

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is a first-person shooter video game developed by Sledgehammer Games and published by Activision. It is the eleventh primary installment in the Call of Duty series and the first developed primarily by Sledgehammer Games. It replaces Call of Duty: Ghosts as the competitive Call of Duty game, and is succeeded by Call of Duty: Black Ops III. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on November 4, 2014.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare does not use a traditional heads-up display; instead, all information is relayed to the player via holographic projections from the weapon equipped. The general gun-play remains unchanged, apart from new mechanics; for example, certain guns will be able to recharge slowly. The player can also switch between different types of grenades. The game will also be the first in the Call of Duty series that will allow the player to choose differing types of conventional weaponry; for example, the game will feature regular conventional firearms, but the player can also choose to use Laser or Energy directed weaponry, both of which have differing attributes. Customization will also return from the 2013 title Call of Duty: Ghosts.

The Call of Duty Championship (or CoD Champs for short) is Activision's annual $1 million cash prize tournament for the competitive scene, where the best Call of Duty players from around the world converge and compete against each other. The 2015 edition saw Denial eSports crowned the champions, with a roster of JKap, Clayster, Replays and Attach.

Top Players

 Player IDPlayer NameTotal (Game)
1.United States AttachDillon Price$145,954.50
2.United States ClaysterJames Eubanks$144,195.75
3.United States JKapJordan Kaplan$121,701.25
4.United States ReplaysChris Crowder$121,535.50
5.United States CrimsixIan Porter$103,207.50
6.United States ScumpSeth Abner$102,847.50
7.United States FormaLMatthew Piper$102,732.50
8.United States EnableIan Wyatt$85,497.00
9.United States SlasherAustin Liddicoat$69,767.50
10.Canada KarmaDamon Barlow$63,787.00
11.United States NagafenJared Harrell$62,738.50
12.United States RemyRemington Ihringer$61,423.50
13.United States AquaUlysses Silva$59,700.00
14.United States ClassicNicholas Di Costanzo$57,431.50
15.United States FaccentoBrice Faccento$55,131.33
16.United States ParasiteChris Duarte$47,363.38
17.United States ZooMaaTom Paparratto$45,836.50
18.United States AchesPatrick Price$39,645.00
19.United States RickyRicky Stacy$38,124.75
20.United States MochilaSteve Canle$37,033.50
21.United States HukeCuyler Garland$35,632.25
22.United States MbozeMarcus Blanks$35,566.00
23.United States NaDeSHoTMatthew Haag$30,553.75
24.United States TJHalyTommy Haly$29,305.25
25.United States SaintsRenato Forza$28,285.00

Online/LAN Breakdown

LocationPrize Money% of Total
Online Only$335,651.2312.92%


» Dota 2-$92,801,363.43
» League of Legends-$34,879,306.64
» Counter-Strike: Global Offensive-$28,179,439.91
» Halo 5: Guardians-$1,834,435.97
» Call of Duty: Black Ops III-$1,219,631.51
» Halo 3+$766,215.60
» Halo 2+$1,108,932.53
» Call of Duty: Black Ops 2+$1,150,145.30
» Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3+$1,505,499.82
» Halo: Reach+$1,826,205.03

Top Countries

 Country NamePrize Money
1.United States United States$2,104,050.60
2.United Kingdom United Kingdom$165,853.61
3.Canada Canada$97,400.30
4.Australia Australia$77,284.77
5.France France$34,161.95
6.Spain Spain$15,219.70
7.Ireland Ireland$13,276.90
8.South Africa South Africa$9,516.34
9.Belgium Belgium$8,526.28
10.Finland Finland$4,971.36

Other Notable Players

The following players may not have necessarily competed in this game, but have contributed to the competitive scene in other ways.

United States MrXMatt MorelloAnalyst, Commentator
Canada RamboRaymond LussierAnalyst, Commentator