Win a Signed FaZe Clan Jersey in the Call of Duty: Cold War Open Series
PS4™ Tournaments, Open Series FaZe Clan Edition
Players can sign up through the events tab on their PS4 console or via the Competition Center.
Players joining the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War PS4™ Tournaments, Open Series are fighting for more than just COD Points, cash, and bragging rights. Each player from the Top 8 teams of the North America and European Monthly Finals will receive a FaZe Clan jersey. Search & Destroy the competition at the top of the ladder to have your jerseys signed by the team.
Plus, your very own virtual meet and greet with FaZe Clan Nuk3 Squad members:
Active PS Plus membership required. Must be 18+ and a member of an eligible country. Void where prohibited. For full eligibility requirements, see full rules.
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Join any of the four weekly qualifiers for a chance to steal the spotlight in the Monthly Final. Play in multiple qualifiers to earn more rewards, level up your game, and bring down the competition.
Qualifier #1 NA East
Qualifier #1 NA West
Qualifier #2 NA East
Qualifier #2 NA West
Qualifier #3 NA East
Qualifier #3 NA West
Qualifier #4 NA East
Qualifier #4 NA West
There are no additional requirements to qualify for the FaZe prizes. All NA and EU Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Open Series players that reach the top 8 will earn the following alongside standard Open Series Monthly Final prizes.
PS5 + Signed FaZe jersey and virtual meet and greet with the team
Signed FaZe jersey
Explore the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Open Series program (hyperlink text) for details on additional prizes like cash, COD points, and exclusive themes & avatars.
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