For the first time since December of 2017, a French Call of Duty: WWII team has won a CWL 2K Tournament as against All authority toppled all competition.
After a two month break, May 27th marked the return of the popular CWL 2K Tournaments. There is currently everything to play for as the top amateur teams aim to gain as many Pro Points as possible in an attempt to qualify for the Last Chance Qualifiers (for the World Championship) for their respective regions.
In Europe there are a number of teams that are competing for those spots via the National Circuits, CWL Anaheim, and 2K tournaments, including the likes of Thomas ‘Tommey’ Trewren’s Vitality and Brandon ‘Vortex’ Gomes’ Supremacy.
However, it was aAa (against All authority) who blew through all opposition on their way to claiming 2,000 Pro Points per player and winning the tournament, dropping just one map in their last five matches (against Giants in the round of 16).
The current aAa roster has been together since May 10th when Tommy ‘Eazy’ Besse and Paul ‘Breszy’ Breszynski joined the team and Lucas ‘rizK’ Derambure only became a fully active member in April after the talented youngster finally turned 18.
Their performance in the 2K goes to show that they have a roster that cannot be underestimated and it backs up their current form in the French National Circuit where they hold the number one spot with a 6-1 record.
Deleo ‘Zerg’ Devitt and Nick ‘Nolson’ Nolson’s Team 3G came in second place after defeating Vitality in the semifinals and Maxime ‘mAxxie’ Ebran’s B3LA Family Gaming rounded out the top four.
Supremacy had a disappointing showing as they failed to make it past the 9th – 16th spot along with the likes of Vodafone Giants, Team Heretics, and Mark ‘MarkyB’ Bryceland’s pickup team with Shane ‘ShAnE’ McKerral and co.
The top 32 results for Sunday, May 27th’s EU CWL 2K can be found below.