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CDL London Challengers final placements: Singularity go back-to-back

Published: 10/Feb/2020 11:50 Updated: 10/Feb/2020 11:51

by Connor Bennett


The first Call of Duty League London homestand gave European challenger teams the chance to prove their worth as they battled it out for a split of the $10,000 prize pool and some ranking points. Here’s how they fared.

As eight of the best Call of Duty League teams battled it out to be crowned CDL London Champions, with the Chicago Huntsmen coming out on top, the challenger teams grinded away at the same time.

Though they may not have gotten the love of the main stage crowd, or viewed by fans worldwide on a stream, the tightly-contested bracket saw some teams build on their trip to Minnesota for CDL Launch Weekend and others make their debut at the Copper Box Arena in London.

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The Royal Ravens hosted the CDL London event.

Teams from across Europe had players representing the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Denmark, and others, as notable teams like Team Singularity, Team WaR, and TrainHard Esports traded blows.

In the end, it was Singularity who managed to come out on top – winning back-to-back challenger events. The first-seeded team took down Team TWI, DarkPanda, Elitist, and the Royal Ravens academy squad on their way to the championship bracket. 

Once there, they finally dropped their first map of the event to TrainHard. They regained though, grabbing a 3-1 semi-final victory before completing the sweep over TrainHard in the grand finals – defeating them with a clean 3-0 scoreline.

While the top 24 were handed ranking points, only the top three teams walked away with a cash prize – with the London Royal Ravens Academy squad toppling Team WaR to finish in third. 

The final standings of all 33 competing teams can be found below this article, with each team having their respective prize pool split and ranking points rewards noted. 

Just like the Call of Duty League proper, the focus of the challenger teams will have to switch to Atlanta on February 22, where there will be $25,000 up for grabs. 

Will Team Singularity be able to continue their early dominance in Atlanta? Or will another squad rise up and make a name for themselves? Only time will tell.

CDL London Challengers final placings

Placing Ranking Points Prize Money Team
1 10,000 $6,000 Team Singularity
2 6,000 $3,000 TrainHard Esports
3 4,400 $1,000 London Royal Ravens Academy
4 3,600 $0 Team WaR
5-6 3,200 $0 Electrify Esports
7-8 2,800 $0 Blu Martini Gaming
Obtained eSports
9-12 2,200 $0 Aporia
Mythos Gaming
Valory Esports
13-16 1,800 $0 Octane City
TSU Esports
17-24 1,200 $0 ELG Sports
Lavity Gaming
TwoFace Gaming
DarkPanda Esports
Tekk10 Gaming
Senior Origin
UL Esport
Retribute Esports
25-32 0 $0 Carried by eGrill
inFerno Of Devil
Team Wucci
Team Matrix
WildeyTom Team
Poseidon eSports
Emperiial eSports
Team Twi
33 0 $0 Nexus Esports


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Better than Karma & FormaL? Aydan reacts to Dr Disrespect praise | CharlieIntel Podcast #11

Published: 29/Nov/2020 0:36 Updated: 29/Nov/2020 1:01

by Albert Petrosyan


In Partnership with Xfinity

In Episode 11 of the CharlieIntel Podcast, battle royale superstar Aydan addresses the bold praise he recently received from Dr Disrespect, which caused quite the stir on social media.

Dr Disrespect recently raised a lot of eyebrows in the world of online gaming, particularly in the Call of Duty community, after he made bold comments claiming Aydan “could be the best controller gamer the world has ever seen.”

He called the former Fortnite pro “something else,” while insinuating that he was above and beyond the likes of Karma and FormaL, two CoD legends (and in the case of FormaL, also a Halo standout) who most consider to be the ‘GOATs’ (greatest of all time) in the console/controller scene.

When asked about it on the CharlieIntel Podcast, Aydan admitted to feeling very honored to be given such praise from the Two-Time and humbly named off some other controller players who he felt also deserved such recognition.

“It’s very honorable, of course, especially from Doc, how big he is,” he said on the CharlieIntel Podcast. “I think there are a lot of other talented controller players out there. For example Shotzzy, he won a Championship in Halo and CoD recently. FormaL also played Halo, so I definitely give them a lot of props.

“I’ve played Fortnite and Warzone and I’ve been doing well so I understand where he’s [Doc] coming from and on top of that, the world record game, which probably convinced him a little more. But I’ll take it, I’m happy with that.”