World Series of Warzone: New Dates Announced

After the WSOW Stage 1 EU and NA Qualifiers have been officially postponed, we finally got the new dates. Here is everything you need to know!

WSOW Canceled
WSOW Canceled Mid-Event Due To Server Crashes! | © Activision/ Call of Duty Esports

On May 3 the WSoW Stage 1 EU Qualifiers were set to take place. Unfortunately, the servers crashed mid-event, which resulted in canceling the whole tournament. Embarassing.

WSoW Servers Crashed

The World Series of Warzone event, which kicked off on May 3 on EU servers, was set to be a thrilling competition for players and fans alike. However, the tournament got off to a rocky start as the servers struggled to keep up with the high demand.

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Ultimately, the servers were unable to handle the load and crashed, causing the tournament to be postponed. While fans were understandably disappointed, the devs promised to work out the problems and get the tournament back on track as soon as possible.

WSoW New Dates Announced

Fortunately, the official Twitter of Call of Duty Esports just announced the new dates for WSoW Qualifiers and Finals!

North America
QualifiersMay 31 (10 am PT, 1 pm ET, 7 pm CEST)June 1 (10 am PT, 1 pm ET, 7 pm CEST)
FinalsJune 7 (10 am PT, 1 pm ET, 7 pm CEST)
June 8 (10 am PT, 1 pm ET, 7 pm CEST)
W So W
World Series of Warzone announces new official date for the tournament! | © Call of Duty Esports

Call of Duty's Server Problems Won't Stop

For months now, Call of Duty: Warzone 2 has been plagued by server issues that have made playing the game a frustrating experience for many players. And unfortunately, the World Series of Warzone event on May 3 was no exception. The servers crashed, and the tournament had to be postponed. Fans have been expressing their frustration and disappointment with Activision, who they believe should have fixed these issues by now.

Many are pointing out that Activision is a 60 billion dollar company, and yet they seem to have trouble keeping their servers up and running. The ongoing server issues are making a mockery of the community, and it's about time that Activision takes action to address these issues once and for all.

Hopefully, we will see some changes soon. But if there's one positive takeaway, maybe this embarrassing failure has brought to light the kind of struggles that regular players have to deal with all the time.

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