By massive i mean viewers/spectators, prize money,etc. CAUTION: May contain dribble. In my opinion no but i have quite a few reasons, firstly 'pub players' can not relate to the competitive cod scene as there are far to many changes for example no killstreaks,perks,etc so they wouldn't want to play or watch as it will look fairly boring. Starcraft is another eSports game which is probably one the most popular in the eSports industry. Players from all skill ability can pretty much relate to the 'pros' gameplay so their viewing experiences would be better and much more enjoyable. To sum this part up, Starcraft's viewship > Cod's. The money in Cod is fairly low if you compare to other eSport titles such as LoL and Starcraft, no teams wants to risk an expensive journey to an event incase of failure or beacause the travelling is not worth the prize IF you win it. However this could be because sponsorship is not that great in Cod events but we have seen some fairly large ones recently. Companies may not want to sponsor Cod events because they may get a bad image, prestige and credibility by supporting events. They also don't get as much of a wide audience in the Cod scene compared to others which means the company is not benefiting much from it. So not many companies want to put their time into Cod which means it will not grow as quick. Enough of my waffle, this is just my opinion but this is if cod stays on its currant rate... And Cod is kinda in its early eSport days and black ops looks fairly promising...what are your opinions?