How to watch the C.O.D.E Bowl Tournament featuring streamers & military

Liam Mackay

The US and UK militaries are taking part in a CoD tournament to raise funds for Call of Duty Endowment on December 11, with top streamers involved.

This is the second year of the C.O.D.E Bowl tournament, for which all funds raised go towards the Call of Duty Endowment charity.

Call of Duty Endowment is a non-profit organization set up by Activision Blizzard with the mission to get as many veterans in work as possible. It has set the goal of placing 100,00 veterans from the United States and the United Kingdom in work by 2024. So far, it has placed over 77,000 veterans in jobs since 2009.

Presented by USAA, the C.O.D.E Bowl event will livestream on the Call of Duty YouTube and Twitch channels starting December 11 at 10 am PT. Viewers who link their Call of Duty and Twitch accounts and then watch for at least 30 minutes will be rewarded with a Weapon 2XP token via Twitch Drop, courtesy of USAA.

C.O.D.E Bowl

The tournament will pit esports players from the United States Air Force, Space Force, Army, Navy, and Marines against their United Kingdom counterparts. This will be the first time that these branches take part in a trans-Atlantic esports competition. The teams will be trained by CDL pros and joined by popular CoD streamers such as Courage, TeeP, and Vikkstar.

“C.O.D.E. Bowl is a premiere gaming event made even more impactful by the work of the Endowment to help place veterans into careers following their military service,” said USAA Chief Brand Officer Tony Wells, who was an infantry officer in the US Marines.

“USAA is proud to support C.O.D.E. Bowl and expand our involvement in esports as a way to celebrate military members and veterans and help them connect with each other through games they love.”

If you want to further support their cause, you can purchase the Call of Duty Endowment Pack through the CoD store.

Source: Call of Duty Endowment