South Africa now has Call of Duty: Mobile servers!

The deployment of these dedicated servers was brought to life by Activision in partnership with Carry1st. To celebrate this, Call of Duty: Mobile, Carry1st and Nasty C have partnered to bring the campaign to life at Comic Con Africa. And we are thrilled to announce that we have partnered with Carry1st to help bring these - and more - celebrations to life.

You can find out more about the Carry1st and Nasty C partnership with Call of Duty: Mobile and the launch of the campaign in the press release below, however, we have the details for how - and what - you can win at Comic Con right below.


Use your own device to complete a solo match in Call of Duty: Mobile's battle royale mode and share your kills with one of the admins at booth B705 in hall 7 of Comic Con to be added to the daily leaderboard.

The top five each day will walk away with COD Points as follows:

  • 1st Place: 1000 COD Points
  • 2nd to 5th Place: 560 COD Points each

The highest score from the weekend will secure an additional 2000 COD Points.


We will be running a number of free-for-all winner-stays-on lobbies with merchandise up for grabs. The more you win, the better the Call of Duty: mobile prizes.

The winners will be rewarded as follows: 

  • Winner of 1 match gets a Wristband
  • Winner of 2 matches gets a Draw Bag
  • Winner of 3 matches gets a Shirt
  • Winner of 4 matches Gets a Cap
  • Winner of 5 matches gets a Hoodie

We will also be revealing our new thumb socks dubbed 'Gaming Gripz'. So head to Call of Duty: Mobile at Comic Con on 22 to 25 September and you could win.


Carry1st and Nasty C Partner with Call of Duty®: Mobile on Campaign in South Africa

With the recently deployed dedicated server for Call of Duty®: Mobile in South Africa bringing gamers across the region accelerated ping speeds, local games publisher Carry1st and music superstar Nasty C have partnered with Call of Duty: Mobile to celebrate.

“We’re excited to partner with Call of Duty: Mobile to highlight the hugely-popular gaming experience to both players that already love the game and new recruits experiencing it for the first time!” says Carry1st CEO, Cordel Robbin-Coker.

The multi-award winning South African artist, Nasty C, has answered the call of duty to lead the campaign across South Africa. An avid gamer and streamer, the rapper recently launched Ivyson Gaming – with an aim to provide better access to gaming lounges and experiences for South African gamers.

“I’ve been a gamer all my life and it’s amazing to partner with Carry1st and Call of Duty: Mobile to hype my favourite game in South Africa,” says Nasty C. “I’m excited to show off Call of Duty: Mobile to the next generation of players across the country!”

Fans of the game can join in the fun at Comic Con Africa from 22-25 September in Johannesburg. There, gamers can expect exciting Call of Duty: Mobile prizes and meet characters from the game. Carry1st and Call of Duty: Mobile invite all fans to join in and put new game speeds to the test.

In partnership with African Cyber Gaming League (ACGL), Carry1st and Call of Duty: Mobile will host a Battle Royale tournament. Those at the top of the leaderboard will participate in a 5v5 private tournament for a chance to earn exclusive prizes.

All levels are welcome. Learn about the game, win spot prizes, and #AnswerTheCall along with your favourite gamers, including Call of Duty: Mobile ambassador Grant Hinds. And, just for visiting the Call of Duty: Mobile booth at Comic Con Africa, fans can earn a chance to win a VIP gaming experience with Nasty C, along with R5000 in CASH.

Download the game and experience it like never before! Call of Duty: Mobile is available for FREE on Google Play Store and App Store. Download it here.

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