Team Envyus, Mindfreak, Millenium Qualify for Call of Duty World League Championship

Each team has qualified in their respective regional final.

Posted By | On 20th, Jul. 2016 Under News


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The Call of Duty World League (CWL) Championship is heating up – Millenium, Mindfreak and Team Envyus recently won their respective regional finals and will thus advance to the finals in September to compete for a prize pool of $3.5 million at Call of Duty XP 2. The results were the culmination of an intense war between the top six Europe team, top four Australian/New Zealand teams and top eight North American teams.

Rob Kostich, general manager and executive VP for Call of Duty, noted that, “All year long, from our qualifying events early in the year to the Stage 2 Finals, the CWL has been an amazing showcase to watch the best Call of Duty players in the world compete at the highest level. We’re thrilled with the season thus far and are very excited for the future of Call of Duty eSports.

“Next up is our grand finale, the CWL Championship at Call of Duty XP 2nd – 4th September. It will be the biggest Call of Duty esport event we have ever put on and it will be an epic conclusion to the season that fans won’t want to miss.”

The final rankings for the CWL’s Stage Pro Division per region are as follows:

Europe

  • Millenium – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • Team Infused – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • Splyce – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • HyperGames – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • Epsilion eSports
  • Supremacy

Australia/ New Zealand

  • MindFreak – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • Orbit – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • Chiefs eSports
  • Team Immunity

North America

  • Team Envyus – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • Dream Team – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • Luminosity – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • Rise Nation – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • Faze Clan – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • Optic Gaming – Qualified for CWL Championship
  • H2K Gaming
  • Cloud9

Who’s your odds on favourite to win the Call of Duty World League Championship for the grand total prize of $3.5 million? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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