The 2021 Call of Duty League season’s All-Star Weekend is now in the books and Atlanta FaZe superstar aBeZy navigated the star-studded 1v1 bracket to be crowned champion. Catch up on all of the action with full final placements and results.
- aBeZy took down Dashy in the Grand Final 2-0 to finish in first place.
- FaZe go back-to-back as Cellium won the 1v1 All-Star event in 2020.
- OpTic’s Envoy and NYSL’s HyDra round out top four.
CDL All-Star Weekend final placements
|1st||aBeZy (Atlanta FaZe)|
|2nd||Dashy (OpTic Chicago)|
|3rd-4th||Envoy (OpTic Chicago)|
|HyDra (New York Subliners)|
|5th-8th||Insight (Toronto Ultra)|
|Shotzzy (Dallas Empire)|
|Simp (Atlanta FaZe)|
|Standy (Minnesota ROKKR)|
|9th-16th||Owakening (Florida Mutineers)|
|Octane (Seattle Surge)|
|Methodz (Toronto Ultra)|
|Apathy (LA Guerrillas)|
|PaulEhx (London Royal Ravens)|
|Asim (New York Subliners)|
|Skrapz (Paris Legion)|
|Huke (LA Thieves)|
CDL All-Star Weekend 1v1 Gunfight Bracket
A big part of All-Star weekend was the single-elimination 1v1 tournament that was played in Black Ops Cold War’s Gunfight mode. The 16 All-Stars were placed into the bracket and had to fight their way to victory over the course of two days.
CDL All-Star Weekend 1v1 scores
SATURDAY, MAY 22
|Round||Match||PDT||EDT||BST||AEST (May 23)|
|1||Dashy 2-1 Owakening||12:00 PM||3:00 PM||8:00 PM||5:00 AM|
|1||Octane 0-2 Insight||12:20 PM||3:20 PM||8:20 PM||5:20 AM|
|1||Shotzzy 2-1 Methodz||12:40 PM||3:40 PM||8:40 PM||5:40 AM|
|1||HyDra 2-0 Apathy||1:00 PM||4:00 PM||9:00 PM||6:00 AM|
|1||Simp 2-1 PaulEhx||1:20 PM||4:20 PM||9:20 PM||6:20 AM|
|1||Envoy 2-0 Asim||1:40 PM||4:40 PM||9:40 PM||6:40 AM|
|1||aBeZy 2-1 Skrapz||2:00 PM||5:00 PM||10:00 PM||7:00 AM|
|1||Standy 2-0 Huke||2:20 PM||5:20 PM||10:20 PM||7:20 AM|
SUNDAY, MAY 23
|Round||Match||PDT||EDT||BST||AEST (May 24)|
|Quarters||Dashy 2-1 Insight||1:00 PM||4:00 PM||9:00 PM||6:00 AM|
|Quarters||Shotzzy 0-2 HyDra||1:20 PM||4:20 PM||9:20 PM||6:20 AM|
|Quarters||Simp 1-2 Envoy||1:40 PM||4:40 PM||9:40 PM||6:40 AM|
|Quarters||aBeZy 2-0 Standy||2:00 PM||5:00 PM||10:00 PM||7:00 AM|
|Semis||Dashy 2-1 HyDra||2:20 PM||5:20 PM||10:20 PM||7:20 AM|
|Semis||Envoy 0-2 aBeZy||2:40 PM||5:40 PM||10:40 PM||7:40 AM|
|Grand Final||Dashy 0-2 aBeZy||3:00 PM||6:00 PM||11:00 PM||8:00 AM|
Team Chance wins 4v4 Caster Tournament
In addition to the 1v1 Gunfight Tournament, the weekend featured a Caster Draft Tournament in which four of the league’s casters – Miles, Chance, Nameless, and Studyy – drafted four All-Stars each into their teams. Those teams then faced off in a 4v4 single-elimination bracket.
In the first round, it was Team Chance who got things started with a 2-1 win over Team Miles, including a big 3-0 win on Checkmate Control to close things out. In the other first-round match, Team Nameless came back from their opening Hardpoint loss to squeeze out a 2-1 win.
Chance’s squad completed their journey to victory with a 2-1 win over Nameless’ team in the final on Day 2. After falling behind 1-0, they won Express S&D 6-2 before taking Raid Control 3-1 to seal the series win.
You think these guys would win Champs if they teamed? 👀 pic.twitter.com/LbVfeBXkR3
— DEXERTO Call of Duty & Esports News (@DexertoIntel) May 23, 2021
2021 CDL All-Stars
In terms of the All-Star selection process, 12 of the players were picked through fan voting, set up in a way where there’s at least one player from each team who gets in. An additional four players were selected by coaches and pro players, bringing the total to 16.
Note: Due to unspecified circumstances, Kenny pulled out of the All-Star Weekend and was replaced by NYSL’s Asim.
For more information about this season, including the latest standings, full event schedule, the latest competitive ruleset, and more, make sure to visit our 2021 CDL season page here.