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Call of Duty • Jun 16, 2019

CWL Anaheim: Final placements and prize split for pro and open tournament

CWL Anaheim: Final placements and prize split for pro and open tournament

16 of the best teams in Call of Duty have battled it out over the course of the three-day $325,000 CWL Anaheim tournament, but only one will stand victorious.

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Heading into the event, all eyes were on 100 Thieves who were looking to wrap up another Black Ops 4 championship and become the first team to defend their title this season.

Through the first two days of the tournament, 100 Thieves certainly looked like the team to beat, winning five straight series and dropping just three maps on their way to the Winners Final

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100 Thieves came into CWL Anaheim looking to defend their CWL London title.

Continuing into Championship Sunday, 100 Thieves proved to be the best team in the world with yet another dominating performance to secure their second straight CWL title. They faced Gen.G in both the Winners Final and Grand Final, dropping just a single game along the way to pull off the two-peat. 

Following behind those two were OpTic Gaming who attempted to make a Cinderella run through the Losers Bracket after being sent there by 100 Thieves, but they were no match for Gen.G who sent the Greenwall packing with a 3-2 win. 

FaZe Clan rounded out the Top 4 of the tournament after also trying to make some magic happen in the Losers Bracket and were stopped just short by their old rivals of OpTic Gaming. 


The final placements for both the pro and amateur tournaments at CWL Anaheim can be found below. 

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CWL Anaheim pro tournament: final placements

PlacementCash PrizePro PointsTeamRoster
 1$125,00025,000100 ThievesKenny, Octane, SlasheR, Enable, Priestahh
 2$80,00015,000Gen.GMajorManiak, Nagafen, Havok, Maux, Envoy
 3$50,00011,000OpTic GamingScump, Crimsix, Karma, Dashy, TJHaLy
 4$25,0009,000FaZe ClanZooMaa, Cellium, Asim, Skrapz, Zer0
5-6$15,0008,000eUnitedArcitys, Prestinni, Clayster, aBeZy, Simp
Enigma6 GroupGeneral, KiSMET, Frosty, GodRx, JetLi
7-8$7,5007,000Team HereticsLucky, JurNii, MethodZ, Sukry, MeTTalZz
SplyceJurd, Loony, AquA, Temp, Nolson
9-126,000UNITSJoee, Rated, Bance, Alexx, Brack
Team Reciprocitywuskin, Zed, Seany, Dylan, Denz
ElevateProFeeZy, Wailers, Skyz, Breszy, MRuiz
Luminosity GamingSlacked, John, FormaL, Classic, Ricky
13-165,500Midnight EsportsLlamaGod, Blazt, Lacefield, Parasite, Knight
Team EnvyHuke, ACHES, SiLLY, Decemate, Fero
Evil Geniuses
Xotic, Attach, JKap, Apathy, Phantomz
UYUProto, Mayhem, Methodz, Parzelion, Royalty

CWL Anaheim open tournament: Final Placements

PlacementCash PrizePro PointsTeamRoster
 1$15,0005,000Mindfreak

Shockz, Fighta, Louqa, Swifty, Setzyy

 2$12,5003,000Mazer GamingBeehzy, Believe, Nova, Pentagrxm, Stamino
 3$10,0002,200Vodafone GiantsTojoR, YaKo, Braaain, Niall, SupeR
 4$8,0001,800SCUF x Comeback SZNSpaceLy, Proto, Assault, FeLo, Exceed
5-6$5,0001,600Fuego GamingKeza, Chaaxter, Detain, Insight, Seannyy
AspireFA5TBALLA, RobbieB3319, Tisch, Mosh, TurnUp2ez
7-8$2,7501,400Movistar RidersPuNi, Sammy, Oney, Katru, Wartex
Fierce EsportsQwiKeR, ByronLinney, Moose, Traudey, Nastiee

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