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Call of Duty World League Championship Day One Results Are In! Find Out More Here!

by on August 10, 2017
 

Want to know who has qualified for the Championship Bracket so far for the Call of Duty World League Championship? Did you see what has happened yet with Day One of the tournament?

Activision and PlayStation 4 holding the Call of Duty World League (CWL) Championship this week. Day 1 of the tournament marked Groups A-D, which features 16 teams playing two rounds of Pool Play games on Wednesday (August 9) to kick off the tournament.

Stage 2 Global Pro League winners, OpTic Gaming, faced the North American Last Chance Qualifier team that is 3sUp. OpTic Gaming swept its Group A matches, and OpTic scored a 6-2 victory overall.

Meanwhile, Epsilon in Group A had a 3-0 sweep over the North American LCQ team, Echo Fox. Epsilon won 117-27 for Retaliation Hardpoint. The team then won a Search and Destroy game 6-5 and then won the Frost Uplink with just one dunk.

Later in the day, Epsilon faced the Green Wall (OpTic Gaming). OpTic took the victory in the Hardpoint series and then round 11 on Crusher Search and Destroy. FormaL then broke a season kill record for the team on Precinct Uplink, and he got a new single player high of 43 kills. The win now puts OpTic as the first seed if the team scores a win over Echo Fox on Thursday (August 10).

Team EnVyUs topped Group B for the first day. The team defeated Mindfreak Black in the tournament group. Mindfreak Black actually won in Throwback Search and Destroy. EnVy then got the wins back by winning Frost Uplink and Breakout Hardpoint rounds. Team EnVyUs is now set to face Team Elevate.

Meanwhile, Team Elevate Squad won its first series by 3-1 against Projekt Evil. However, Team Elevate then faced EnVy and won a Breakout Hardpoint match. However, EnVy then won the two other games, which were Crusher Search and Destroy and then lost a match of Precinct Uplink.

 

Additionally, Mindfreak Black scored the Asia-Pacific regions first win of the CWL Championship. The team went a five-game series with Projekt Evil to win the final Search and Destroy in round 11.

eUnited became a dominant force in Group C. Previously, eUnted took third place at the Stage 2 Playoffs. The team faced Mindfreak Black and won a game with 250-126 points. However, the team then lost a Crusher Search and Destroy match. eUnited managed to get the win back with a 8-5 Precinct Uplink victory, allowing eUnited to take the series.

 

Later on, eUnited swept over Lethal Gaming, beating the team in Search and Destroy in Round 11. This was followed by a win in Frost Uplink. overall, eUnited finished its first day with a perfect 6-0 map count.

 

For Group D, Rise Nation was victorious over Luminosity Gaming, the former CWL Anaheim Open champions. Rise nation started the day with a 3-1 series win over Team Vitality. Rise took a 6-2 loss on Breakout Search and Destroy and then went into overtime to get a win on Throwback Uplink. The team then won a game of Hardpoint, getting two wins on the first and final games of the series.

Against Luminosity, Rise Nation got a big comeback win in an opening match of Breakout Hardpoint. Rise Nation then won game two, which was Crusher Search and Destroy, 6-2. Rise Nation then scored yet another win on Precinct Uplink, giving Rise Nation a total victory over LG.

Rise Nation is now in the pole position of Group D, and the team has another match set for Thursday against Supremacy. Additionally, Thursday, August 10 will see all the Groups A-D compete one more time in the Group Play stage to figure out which two teams will go on to the Call of Duty World League Championship Bracket.

All of the Call of Duty World League Championship is available to watch live on mlg.tv/callofduty.

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