Organised by Davis “Hitch” Edwards and his content creator collaborators on Team Summertime, Black Ops 4 is back in the spotlight with a tournament packed with Call of Duty League pros and various prominent members within the scene.
Sound like what you need to stave off Black Ops Cold War anticipation? Here’s what you need to know about the event.
What is Hitch’s Black Ops 4 tournament all about?
Black Ops 4 released in 2018 (Picture: Activision)
Set to be a part of a series of throwback events, this Team Summertime Black Ops 4 tournament will see 16 teams compete for a $5,000 prize pool, with the first place winner taking $4,000.
The event will be in a 4v4 format, while the tournament will consist of 16 teams; 15 from invites and one team from a qualifier event which was staged earlier this month.
🌴 CMG x Team Summertime $5,000 Invitational 🌴— CMG (@CMG_Esports) September 20, 2020
🎮 Black Ops 4 | 4v4 | Variant
ðŸ”¸ 15 Invited Teams, 1 Qualified Team
📅 Sep. 21st at 3:00pm EDT
ðŸ’µ $5,000 ON THE LINE ðŸ’µ
Where to watch » https://t.co/Vlxrj7sMpj#TST Main Event » https://t.co/2tKCrHK4D1pic.twitter.com/1b99vLhYQC
What are the team line-ups?
You can check out the full roster of teams below.
Team 16 (qualified team)
You can check out the starting bracket here.
When does Hitch’s Black Ops 4 tournament start?
The tournament starts on Monday 21st September at the below times depending on your region.
- UK - 8pm BST
- Europe - 9pm CEST
- West Coast US - 12pm PT
- East Coast US - 3pm ET
Where can I watch Hitch’s Black Ops 4 tournament?
While many pro players will likely stream the event on their own channels, the tournament will be available to watch on Checkmate Gaming’s official Twitch channel.