Last weekend, the city of Los Angeles played host to the 2015 edition of the COD Championship, the biggest tournament of the year in this game, with $1 million up for grabs. Denial eSports was crowned world champion after beating Team Revenge 3-2 in the grand final, this way scooping the top prize of $400,000.
We at Gamers2 worked together with COD Stats to gather the most important numbers from the event. Which players stood out the most? How many maps were played? What were the kill records per game type? Find the answers to these questions below!