Welcome to the Cineplex WorldGaming Canadian Championship Series presented by PlayStation!
This is the main information hub where you’ll find details on each tournament in the series and how to join them.
The first Canadian Championship of 2017 has been officially announced! Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is the newest title and is now open for both online and in-theatre registration.
Last year, Canadian gamers who participated in the Canadian Championship won over $175,000 in cash and prizes.
You can check out best highlights and big winners from last year right here, and what’s coming in 2017:
|TOURNAMENT TITLE||DATES||QUALIFIERS||ONLINE PLAYOFFS||NATIONAL FINALS||STATUS|
|Canadian Championship Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 Edition||January 16th - March 6th 2016||Highlights||Highlights||Winners||Complete|
|Canadian Championship Street Fighter V Edition||March 7 - May 29th 2016||Highlights||Highlights||Winners||Complete|
|Canadian Championship Uncharted 4 Edition||June 24rd - August 21st 2016||Highlights||Highlights||Winners||Complete|
|Canadian Championship Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Edition||January 11th - March 26th 2017||Register Now||March 4th, 2017||March 26th, 2017||Open|
Cineplex and your team at WorldGaming have come together to bring you the first tournament series of its kind in Canada.
This year-long program features your favorite titles in both head-to-head and team play style tournaments. Each tournament connects the online gaming community to live competitive events at Cineplex locations across Canada.
Here’s how each tournament works:
Only one winner can be crowned the Canadian Champion! Good luck to all of our players.
The first 2017 tournament in the Canadian Championship series is live right now!
This year, Canadian players can register to play in the qualifiers either online or in-theatre. This is a small change to the tournament format from 2016 ensures the gameplay is inclusive, no matter if you’re in Toronto or St. John’s!
For full details on the new tournament format and how to register, head to the main tournament page.
The third tournament in the Cineplex WorldGaming Canadian Championship, Uncharted 4, was a teamplay based competition that finished on August 21st.
Congratulations to our winning team of 5, SettoDestroyX, who took home $10,000 each for a total grand prize of $50,000!
This team-based competitive tournament challenged highly skilled teams to communicate and execute their choreographed tactics. Some have been playing together for year, and some just formed for the tournament.
The Online Qualifiers began in June and teams were slowly eliminated until only 8 were left at the finals in Toronto.
Thank you to all of our competitors and fans who attended the live in-theatre Regionals and supported the tournament throughout.
The second Canadian Championship, Street Fighter V, had us KO’d for sure.
Congratulations to our second Champion, Chi-Rithy, who fought a hard battle against some extremely talented competitors to take home the trophy (and the cash)!
The Street Fighter V Online Qualifiers began in March, and after weeks of hadouken’s and thousands of competitiors, it got narrowed down to just the Regional Finalists.
Live in-theatre battles were fought across Canada to be one of the 32 gamers who were flown to Toronto to comepete in the finals at Scotiabank Theatre for the $10,000 grand prize.
The FGC crowd was one of the most enthusiastic we’ve seen in any of our tournaments, so huge thank you to everyone who came out to support these fighters! Especially our cosplay crew who joined us as Laura and Ken, among others.
The first ever Canadian Championship Call of Duty Black Ops 3 was a huge success!
We crowned our first-ever Champion, TheAnonAlly, who has since become the first winner to take home two Canadian Championship titles (he also won as a team in Uncharted 4). Congratulations!
Gamers assembled across Canada to compete for the grand prize of $20,000 and swag giveaways.
The Online Qualifiers began in January 2016 and ended on March 6th with a sold out crowd at the Scotiabank Theatre in Toronto.
It was an epic finale to the first Canadian Championship!
Remember to bookmark this page and come back often!
We’ll be updating it with more tournament details and other important information as it happens.