Call of Duty Esports Wiki

Welcome to the Call of Duty Esports Wiki![]

Fandom Esports is a family of competitive esports wikis. This one (cod-esports) focuses on Call of Duty. We cover players, teams, tournaments, VODs, news, and more! The fact that we are a wiki means that, even though we have a staff, our existence relies on community contributions. That's you! In these pages, we'll guide you through how to get started contributing to the Call of Duty Wiki -- whether you want to help out from time to time, apply to join our staff, or even just learn more about what we cover and how to find it!

What We Do[]

We record, store, and curate information about tournaments, teams, and players. Here's what you can expect to find (and remember always to look for tabs at the tops of pages!):


While we don't record all of this information for every single tournament, you can expect to find it for premier tournaments and some major tournaments.
  • Overview - Tournament structure, Results, Location, Prize Pool, External Links to Content and Information, etc.
  • Scoreboards - A copy of the postgame scoreboard, including score, kill/death, and objective stats.
  • VODs - We have a portal full of every available VOD from COD Esports history in spoiler free tables.


The amount of information that we have available for players varies a lot, but we try to include the following:
  • Basic info - server, role, competitive team history, etc.
  • Biography - Detail of their personal life and Call of Duty career.
  • Trivia - Various facts about the player that don't fit well into a bio.
  • Achievements - Top placings in tournaments.
  • External links - To interviews, AMAs, articles, profiles, etc.
  • Statistics - For players who have played in certain Premier events, we have pages detailing their stats.


Again, the amount of information varies, but we cover:
  • Basic info - region, sponsors, etc.
  • Timeline and roster history.
  • List of achievements.

Social Media[]

Follow us on social media! We are very active in particular on Twitter. Giving us a follow helps us out a lot, so we'd really appreciate it!

How can I help?[]

There's several ways you can help us out!

  • Edit and improve pages! Not sure where to start? Check out the Help Wiki for more information.
  • Don't feel comfortable editing? Let us know by tweeting at us whenever you find mistakes.
  • Work with us! We have positions open across a wide variety of departments.
  • Follow us on social media! It might not seem like much, but it actually helps us a lot, even if you don't use social media often.
  • Tell people about us! A lot of people still don't know that we exist. So if you see a comment somewhere on the Internet of someone wondering where they can find competitive Call of Duty info, link them here :)

Site Info[]

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