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Call of Duty League London February 2020: Results and Final Placements

Published: 9/Feb/2020 23:10 Updated: 9/Feb/2020 23:29

by Andy Williams


London Royal Ravens’ first homestand brought a more traditional tournament-based format to Activision’s Call of Duty League. After a jam-packed weekend, here’s the story of how CDL London panned out. 

Eight teams battled it out across the pond at London Royal Ravens’ homestand event during February 8-9. The iconic Copper Box Arena played host to a rowdy British crowd, who most definitely made themselves heard.

While the Chicago Huntsmen walked away with 50 CDL Points and the first Call of Duty League title of this inaugural season, how did the other teams fare?

Group A

Group A was as straight forward as it gets for the Chicago Huntsmen. After walking through ACHES’ Guerrillas, the Huntsmen were greeted by their eClásico rivals, Dallas Empire. After a dominant 3-0 showing against Seattle Surge, Empire were out for revenge against NRG’s Huntsmen.

However, Scump and co. proved too dominant once more, taking the series 3-1 and progressing to bracket play as the first high seed. Surge swept aside LA Guerrillas, where they found themselves up against Crimsix and co. once more. However, Empire proved too strong once again and took the series 3-1 to lock-in the low seed in the knockout stages.

Group B

On the other side of the fence, London Royal Ravens kickstarted their home event by easing past Toronto Ultra 3-1. The Subliners rolled through Paris Legion to find themselves against the hosts, where they were desperate to avenge their Week 1 loss. After being 0-2 down, the crowd proved to be the 6th Raven and the home team reverse swept the Subliners to progress as the high seed to bracket play.

Paris and Toronto found themselves in a French-Canadian face-off, where the Legion ultimately prevailed 3-1. With momentum behind them, the Legion absolutely dominated the Subliners, dominating the New York side 3-0 to secure a semifinals spot while also exacting revenge.


Unfortunately for the home crowd, and for the Royal Ravens, they found themselves on the wrong side a reverse sweep in their semifinals match against Dallas Empire. The final map was a back and forth S&D match on Piccadilly, which Dallas Empire claimed to the dismay of the 6th Raven.

The Huntsmen-Legion went to a game five as well, with Paris taking both Hardpoint maps to force the pivotal fifth map. The final S&D match wasn’t as close as the rest of the series, as a huge game from Scump propelled the Huntsmen into the final, and into another series against Dallas Empire.

Grand Final

Huntsmen took a close game one, in Hardpoint on Azhir Cave. Another close S&D game also went to Chicago to give them a 2-0 lead leading into the third map… St. Petrograd. A back and forth Domination battle ultimately went the way of the Huntsmen, as they closed out the series in swift fashion.

CDL London: Results (February 8)

Round Match
Group B WR1 Paris Legion 1-3 New York Subliners
Group A WR1 Dallas Empire 3-0 Seattle Surge
Group A WR1 Chicago Huntsmen 3-0 Los Angeles Guerrillas
Group B WR1 London Royal Ravens 3-1 Toronto Ultra
Group A WR 2 Dallas Empire 1-3 Chicago Huntsmen
Group B WR 2 New York Subliners 2-3 London Royal Ravens

CDL London: Results (February 9)

Round Match
Group A LR1 Los Angeles Guerrillas 2-3 Seattle Surge
Group B LR1 Paris Legion 3-1 Toronto Ultra
Group B LR 2 Paris Legion 3-0 New York Subliners
Group A LR 2 Seattle Surge 1-3 Dallas Empire
Semifinal 1 Chicago Huntsmen 3-2 Paris Legion
Semifinal 2 London Royal Ravens 2-3 Dallas Empire
Final Chicago Huntsmen 3-0 Dallas Empire

CDL London: Final Placements

Position Team CDL Points Roster
1 Chicago Huntsmen 50 Scump, FormaL, Arcitys, Envoy, Gunless
2 Dallas Empire 30 Clayster, Shotzzy, Huke, iLLeY, C6
3/4 Paris Legion 20 Denz, KiSMET, Louqa, Shockz, Zed
3/4 London Royal Ravens 20 Dylan, Jurd, Rated, Skrapz, wuskin
5/6 New York Subliners 10 Accuracy, Attach, Temp, Zer0, ZooMaa
5/6 Seattle Surge 10 Apathy, Enable, Karma, Octane, Slacked
7/8 Toronto Ultra 0 Bance, Cammy, Classic, Loony, Methodz
7/8 Los Angeles Guerrillas 0 ACHES, AquA, Decemate, Lacefield, Saints

Missed some of the action? Get up-to-speed with the weekend’s action on the Call of Duty League’s official YouTube channel, where full VODs of each match are available.

For more information about the CDL season, including the full event schedule and current overall standings, make sure to check out our Call of Duty League 2020 season hub.

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Black Ops Cold War PlayStation-exclusive Zombies mode revealed

Published: 23/Oct/2020 18:41

by Tanner Pierce


Just a few short weeks ahead of Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War’s official launch, Activision and Sony have announced a brand new Zombies: Onslaught mode. It will be exclusive to PlayStation consoles, at least for a little while, before coming to other platforms.

According to PlayStation, a new Black Ops Cold War Zombies mode titled Onslaught will be exclusively available to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 players for almost an entire year before coming to other platforms.

The mode itself is a simple variation of the classic Zombies experience: Two players will be dropped into maps from the game’s base multiplayer mode and will be forced to fight the undead in specific sections of the map, marked by a Dark Aether Orb. After taking out enough enemies, the section will move, forcing the player themselves to move as well.

Onslaught players will be dropped into multiplayer maps and forced to fight the undead.

Like the normal Zombies mode in Black Ops Cold War, players will be able to use their custom classes in Onslaught, allowing you to fight the way that you want. This is certainly a welcome addition, although an expected one.

During the match itself, different enemies will spawn in, including a type called Elites. Taking out these zombies is apparently be what players should shoot for (no pun intended) when fighting through Onslaught matches, as they’ll directly affect your ranking when you finish.

Depending on the rank you achieve, you’ll be able to earn rewards for both Multiplayer and Zombies, further bridging the two modes. Currently, it’s unknown exactly what the rewards are, although it’ll more than likely be calling cards, emblems, and weapon blueprints.

While this news is certainly exciting for PlayStation players, fans on Xbox and PC are going to, once again, be left in the dark until November 1, 2021. Modern Warfare’s Survival mode was exclusive to PS4 in 2019 and, while it ended up not being received very well, it was still a bummer for players on other platforms as it was content that was simply locked out.

Black Ops Cold War is set to release on PS4, PS5, the Xbox family of consoles, and PC on November 13, 2020.