The first season of the Call of Duty Community Clash (#C3ZA) for Vanguard is here!

Gamer-focused computer hardware brand Predator Gaming has jumped on board to ensure a guaranteed prize pool of R10,000, with another R5,000 via community driven bonuses.

Registrations are now open for the series, which will offer opportunities across both Premier and Contender divisions.


There's a guaranteed cash prize pool of R10,000 on the line. Alongside the guaranteed amount, with the community's support, an additional R5,000 cash could be added to the prize pool. Entry is free, but players will need to be 18 years old or older to compete. This is to comply with the Activision Call of Duty licencing requirements for this tournament.

In Season One, the competition will start with a group phase featuring all registered teams. The top eight teams will head into the Premier Knockout Cup, as well as secure a spot in our Premier Division in Season Two. The top four teams in the Premier Knockout will also secure cash.

All the teams that do not qualify for the Premier Knockout Cup will compete in the Contender Knockout Cup.


The guaranteed cash prize pool of R10,000 may increase to R15,000 as a variety of community goals are achieved. Should all five community goals be achieved R1,000 will be allocated to the Contender Cup.

Premier Knockout Cup (at R10,000):

  • 1st Place: R5,000
  • 2nd Place: R2,500
  • 3rd Place: R1,500
  • 4th Place: R1,000

The community goals active for this series are:

  • R1,000: 100 concurrent viewers in a livestream
  • R1,000: Over 20 confirmed teams competing
  • R1,000: Get a social reach of over 750,000 on #C3ZA
  • R1,000: Play 100 Call of Duty Matchfinders (between launch and finals)
  • R1,000: 100 retweets on announcement post


Registrations are now open for the Season One Call of Duty Vanguard Community Clash, and will close on 23 May. Matches in the opening phase can be started almost immediately. Default match days and times will be implemented should teams not agree to an alternative day.

The series is only open to teams who use a controller input. Teams may be a maximum of six players (four core and two substitutes). If you are a solo player or free agent (or you're looking to complete your team), head to our Free Agent listing page.


  • 23 May: Registrations Close and Matches Start
  • 29 May | 18h00: Default Match Day Week 1
  • 5 June | 18h00: Default Match Day Week 2
  • 12 June | 18h00: Default Match Day Week 3
  • 19 June | 18h00: Default Match Day Week 4
  • 20 - 25 June: Contender Knockout
  • 26 June: Premier Knockout

You will be able to catch the regular live action with the group matches being streamed on Mondays and Wednesdays. 

*Please note that schedule is subject to change.


To comply with the Activision Call of Duty licencing requirements, this tournament has an age restriciton of 18. All members of a team signing mist be 18 years old or older.

Should a player be found to be underage, they will be removed from the tournament and a replacement will need to be made within 24 hours. Should a replacement not be found - and your team does not have a minimum of five players - your team will forfeit its position in the tournament. All fixtures played/completed with an ineligible player will be forfeit.

Keep in mind that for every match you play in the series (and elsewhere on the site), you will be awarded Embers. These can be used to enter the giveaways on our site.

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