Qing Jiu Club (Q9) is one of China’s premier esports teams and have won multiple world titles in their time. Now they will return for another appearance at the COD Mobile World Championship 2022.
Chinese team recently won COD Mobile Masters China Season 2, taking home both the title and an impressive prize pool. They defeated FunPlus Phoenix by an overwhelming score of 4-0 in the Grand Finals to become champions and will now look forward to competing at COD Mobile World Championship 2021 Stage 5.
COD Mobile Masters China Season 2
Q9 outwitted FunPlus Phoenix by an overwhelming margin in the grand finals of COD Mobile Masters China Season 2, winning an unprecedented 14 team competition to take home first place and an enormous $1686,000 prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool prize pool.
This event had many other noteworthy elements, such as its largest prize pool, best-of-three play-offs, and most impressive awards ceremony ever seen in Call of Duty history. Of particular note is the fact that its winner was Chinese team. Their efforts earned them both the largest prize pool ever awarded at this event as well as 75 Master China Championship points needed to qualify for World Championship 2021 Stage 5 competition. Most significantly however was its grand finale taking place at Beijing University’s appropriately named Gymnasium – making an impressionable grand finale indeed!
China Masters 2022 S3 – Championship
The China Masters 2022 S3 – Championship was held from May 20 to June 12 in Shanghai at Media Park site, featuring eight Chinese teams competing for a total prize pool of $420,867. Qing Jiu Club- Esports Team emerged victorious, defeating Wolves with a score of 4:1 to claim both $23,572 in prize money as well as 10 ranking points in CODM Masters China 2021 table rankings.
Chinese eSports has experienced rapid expansion and now stands as one of the largest communities worldwide. Boasting millions of followers on social media platforms like WeChat and Weibo, eSports is quickly becoming one of China’s most beloved sports. Four Chinese clubs — JD Gaming (JDG), Top Esports (TES), Edward Gaming (EDG) and Royal Never Give Up (RNG) will represent China this year at League of Legends Worlds 2022.
China is a significant contributor to the international gaming scene with its large player base and will make up 55 percent of global eSports population by 2021, according to researcher Newzoo. This has cemented China as a world leader in eSports despite challenges faced by this developing market; China will only continue its rise over time.
COD Mobile World Championship 2022
Activision will return with the COD Mobile World Championship in 2022, offering a $2 Million prize pool. Players can compete in this LAN event to unlock in-game rewards and drops.
Activision originally planned for 2020’s edition to feature top teams from around the globe in an onsite tournament format; however, due to COVID-19 pandemic it was postponed until 2021 when Activision made it an online format in order to reduce disparate ping disparity between global teams.
Now, the 2022 season has been announced and promises to be just as thrilling, offering an extensive prize pool and starting in March.
As in 2021, this tournament will be divided into East and West regions; winners from each region will qualify for global finals.
However, the exact location of the global finals remains undetermined. In 2021, Blacklist International won in the east while Tribe Gaming took the west.
Tribe Gaming from North America defeated Luminosity of Europe to claim their inaugural COD Mobile World Championship title. While unbeaten throughout the Playoffs, Tribe Gaming managed to defeat several teams along the way including China Wolves who they managed to knockout along their path to victory.
Stage 4 of the 2022 tournament was an enormous success, as eight teams from each region qualified to move onto Stage 5. Here, a Swiss format competition will ensue and determine who takes home the grand prize.