Call Of Duty Championship Interrupted By A Bomb Threat
Luckily no threat was detected.
Don’t you hate it when you find yourself in a real-life search and destroy match? A huge group of gamers gathered in Dallas this past weekend to participate in a Call of Duty gaming championship. Unfortunately, the gaming tournament found itself coming to an earlier than usual end due to a fake bomb threat
The Dallas police were called at 4pm local time and the threat was taken very seriously with many officers converging down on the scene accompanied by multiple helicopters. The police found that there was no actual threat on the site after searching the center for 4 hours.
Luckily gamers still got to try their hand at the World Wide Call of Duty tournament as it was moved to the Saturday the next day.
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