Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 was released last month and fans have been enjoying the multiplayer as well as Zombies and Blackout, but we've only got a little taste of the esports season so far. This will all change with the first Call of Duty World League Event in Las Vegas though - starting on December 7 - and now we know the groups, as you can see below:
Not all of the teams are confirmed, because as shown below, the play-in stage will determine the teams getting into each group, while the open bracket of the event itself will give four more teams the chance to compete.
Back in September we got the official rules for this season, and if you remember CWL Vegas is a very important event, as the top four teams will qualify for the Pro League in February, while the teams placing between 5th and 32nd will battle for the last 12 spots in the MLG Arena in January.
Which pool will have the best matches?