Despite the lack of Mountain Dew and Doritos, video games can still be exciting. When it comes to huge cash prizes and intense team competitions, things definitely heat up. The final rounds of the North American 2015 Call of Duty Championship took place in Columbus, Ohio with teams from all over the continent competing for a spot at the World Championship.
Out of 32 teams, only 14 are moving on to the grand stage taking place later this month in Los Angeles. OpTic Gaming took first place and earned themselves $5,000. Denial eSports and FaZe Red took second and third, gaining $2,500 and $1,500, respectively.