The $250,000 Call of Duty World League Vegas event is coming to a close as the two teams to play in the Winner's Bracket Final have been set.
OpTic Gaming and Splyce will be facing off in the Winner's Bracket Final, in what will be a rematch of their Pool D clash back on day one of Pool Play.
In that match, OpTic took care of business with a 3-1 victory, although it was the first and only map that they dropped out of their four Pool D matches.
It was the game two Search and Destroy that Splyce won in the first meeting, and their victory was substantial, as they took care of business on Gridlock with a 6-2 win.
Splyce will have to do a lot more than that, however, if they're to have any chance against the powerhouse that is OpTic, who have been virtually untouchable this entire weekend.
Both teams reached the Winner's Bracket Final by putting up strong performances in against their respective semi-final opponents.
Splyce defeated the surprising Team Sween 3-0 in the earlier match of the day, while OpTic handled eUnited 3-1, which included in insane 250-245 game one Hardpoint on Seaside that shifted the tide in OpTic's favor.
While this is not a do-or-die match, both teams will be going all out to claim victory, as the winner will advance to the Grand Finals of the tournament, which means they could afford to lose a series in the final and still have a chance to win.
The loser will be relegated to the Loser's Bracket final, where they will play either Luminosity Gaming, Evil Geniuses, Str8 Rippin, Lightning Pandas, Team Sween, or eUnited, as those are the teams currently alive in the Loser's Bracket.
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