AF Services puts E-sports to the test in Global Strike

Left to Right) Captain Issace Hamilton, Nellis Air Force Base, NV; Airman First Class Zurich Wieser, Maxwell AFB, AL; Airman First Class Austin Snyder, Little Rock AFB, AR; Airman First Class Micah Yon, Kirtland AFB, NM; Technical Sgt. Joshua Wilson, Dyess AFB, Texas; Senior Airman Brayden Belford, Buckely AFB, CO; Senior Airman Brandon Cheatham, Buckley AFB, CO; and Technical Sgt. Maurice Moyer, Schriever AFB, CO., participated and won the first ever, Air Force Services Center and Air Force Gaming “All-Air Force” and “All-Space Force” Call of Duty E-sports Team Qualifier on 14 Nov 20. Over 600 Airmen and Space Professionals formed 200 teams to compete in the tournament. They will represent the Air Force and Space Force at a Call of Duty: Black Ops-Cold War event at the United States Air Force Academy on 11 Dec 20. Air Force Gaming made its official debut on 11 November, under the Air Force Services Center with a new intramural e-sports program. Teams at eight Air Force Global Strike Command bases will compete in a pilot program to crown the gaming champions of the command, which runs through mid-December. (U.S. Air Force Graphic)

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