Call of Duty World Championships 2015
The Call of Duty championship will be played on the latest game in the series Advanced Warfare. (Activision)

In Los Angeles this weekend (27-29 March) 32 teams from around the world will compete for a share of a $1m prize pot at the Call of Duty World Championships. Among them are four teams from the UK - Epsilon eSports, TCM Gaming, Team Infused, and Aware.EU.

The weekend's winning team will split $400,000 (£269,000) of that prize pot between their four members, so there's big money on the line at one of the year's biggest eSports events so far. Each match consists of five rounds played across a variety of maps and game modes, the first team to win three rounds goes through.

Below are live streams for each of the four stages hosting matches across Friday 27 March and Saturday 28 March. A live stream of Sunday's final rounds will be made available on the day.

The action starts from 12:30 PM ET - 4:30 PM GMT.

Alpha

Bravo

Charlie

Delta

IBTimes UK visited the European Championships in early March, which decided the 14 teams that will represent the EU this weekend.

While there we witnessed a thrilling contest between underdogs Team Infused and slight favourites Millenium [sic]. Infused took the victory despite a valiant performance from Millenium, and afterwards we spoke to Infused team member Shea 'QwiKeR' Sweeney.

Here's a full breakdown of how the $1 million will be split between each team.

1st Place: $400,000

2nd Place: $200,000

3rd Place: $120,000

4th Place: $100,000
5th Place: $70,000
6th Place: $50,000
7th Place: $35,000
8th Place: $25,000