The Call of Duty franchise has been maintaining its status as the top dog in first-person shooters for a very long time, and the excitement has never been greater with Call of Duty: Black Ops 4‘s focus on multiplayer and the Blackout mode.
At the third Major International offline event for the Call of Duty World League, CWL London 2019 saw victory for 100 Thieves, a team put together by former Call of Duty esports pro, Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag. It was their first ever major tournament victory.
The team of Kenny, Octane, SlasheR, Enable, and Priestahh, coached by Crowder, and 15 other teams battled it out from May 3-5, with 100 Thieves emerging victorious at the end with a grand prize of $125,000.
With CWL London out of the way, the Call of Duty World League now heads over to Anaheim and the Anaheim Convention Centre on June 14-17.
Headlining will be the CWL Anaheim Cup, a tournament featuring the 16 professional teams in the CWL Pro League, alongside the MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL Open Bracket for amateur players from around the world.
The CWL finals will take place in Miami on July 19-21, where both the CWL Pro League Playoffs and MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL Amateur Season Championship, will take place.
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