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Call of Duty • Jul 15, 2019

How to watch CWL Finals 2019: Multi-stream, Playoff bracket, Amateur Finals, schedule and more

How to watch CWL Finals 2019: Multi-stream, Playoff bracket, Amateur Finals, schedule and more

With the regular season of the CWL Pro League now wrapped up, it's time to decide which professional Call of Duty team stands above all others at the CWL Finals in Miami, Florida.


CWL Finals is the fifth major Call of Duty tournament to take place in the 2019 season, and it is split into two parts - a $1.25 million Playoffs for the CWL Pro League, and the final $150,000 amateur open bracket tournament of the Black Ops 4 season. 

It's also the last opportunity for teams to qualify for CWL Championships, with the top 16 teams from the amateur bracket guaranteed a spot at the $2 million tournament. 

Additionally, prior to the start of the Playoffs, the eight Pro League teams that failed to qualify via the regular season will compete in a Play-In, from which two more teams will be added to the postseason pool. 

100 Thieves reigned supreme at CWL Anaheim.


General Info

  • Location: Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami, FL
  • Dates: July 19-21, 2019
  • Prize Pool: $1,250,000
  • Total Teams: 10
  • Game Types and Maps:
    • Hardpoint: Arsenal, Frequency, Gridlock, Hacienda, Seaside
    • Search and Destroy: Arsenal, Frequency, Gridlock, Hacienda, Payload
    • Control: Arsenal, Frequency, Gridlock, Seaside


How to watch the Call of Duty CWL Finals

The CWL finals will be streamed on the official Call of Duty Twitch channels, which have all been included below for your convenience.


CWL Finals schedule & results

Friday, July 19

Play-In QFUnits 1-3 LuminosityAlpha11 AM2 PM7 PM4 AM
Play-In QFMidnight Esports 3-2 ElevateBravo11 AM2 PM7 PM4 AM
Play-In QFEvil Geniuses 3-0 Enigma6 GroupAlpha12:30 AM3:30 PM8:30 PM5:30 AM
Play-In QFTeam Envy 0-3 UYUBravo12:30 AM3:30 PM8:30 PM5:30 AM
Play-In SFUYU 0-3 Evil GeniusesAlpha2 PM5 PM10 PM7 AM
Play-In SFLuminosity 3-1 Midnight EsportsBravo2 PM5 PM10 PM7 AM
Playoffs R1Team Heretics 2-3 LuminosityAlpha3:30 PM6:30 PM11:30 PM8:30 AM
Playoffs R1Team Reciprocity 3-0 Evil GeniusesBravo3:30 PM6:30 PM11:30 PM8:30 AM
All-Star MatchDivision A vs Division BAlpha5 PM8 PM1 AM10 AM

Saturday, July 20

WB R2100 Thieves 0-3 FaZe ClanAlpha10 AM1 PM6 PM3 AM
WB R2GenG 3-1 SplyceBravo10 AM1 PM6 PM3 AM
WB R2OpTic Gaming 0-3 LuminosityAlpha11:30 AM2:30 PM7:30 PM4:30 AM
WB R2eUnited 3-0 ReciprocityBravo12:30 AM2:30 PM7:30 PM4:30 AM
LB R1Splyce 3-1 HereticsAlpha1 PM4 PM9 PM6 AM
LB R1100 Thieves 3-2 Evil GeniusesBravo1 PM4 PM9 PM6 AM
LB R2Reciprocity 3-0 SplyceAlpha2:30 PM5:30 PM10:30 PM7:30 AM
WB R3eUnited 3-1 GenGBravo2:30 PM5:30 PM10:30 PM7:30 AM
WB R3Luminosity 1-3 FaZe ClanAlpha4 PM7 PM12 AM9 AM
LB R2OpTic Gaming 0-3 100 ThievesBravo4PM7 PM12 AM9 AM
LB R3Luminosity 2-3 ReciprocityBravo5 PM8PM1 AM10 AM
LB R3GenG 3-2 100 ThievesAlpha5 PM8 PM1 AM10 AM

Sunday, July 21

Losers SemiReciprocity 1-3 GenGAlpha10 AM1 PM6 PM3 AM
Winners FinalFaZe Clan 1-3 eUnitedAlpha11:30 AM2:30 PM7:30 PM4:30 AM
Losers FinalGenG 3-0 FaZe ClanAlpha12:30 PM3:30 PM8:30 PM5:30 AM
Grand FinaleUnited (0-3) 3-0 GenGAlpha2 PM5 PM10 PM7 AM


CWL Finals Playoff Bracket

The CWL Finals Playoff bracket is stacked with some top teams.

The Pro League Playoffs at CWL Finals features 10 teams that competed in this year's professional circuit - the top four of both Divisions, and two more that qualified via that Play-In tournament. 

OpTic Gaming and eUnited both secured top spot in Division A and B respectively, with FaZe Clan, 100 Thieves, Gen.G, Splyce, Team Reciprocity, and Team Heretics also qualifying directly.

The Playoff bracket itself is of the double-elimination variety, with Reciprocity and Heretics forced to play an extra match against the Play-In winners after finishing the Pro League as the fourth seeds.

CWL Finals Play-In

The Play-In bracket was comprised of the eight teams that finished in the bottom four spots of either Division during the Pro League regular season, meaning that they did not qualify for the Playoffs directly.

Only two Playoff spots were on offer from this stacked bracket, with teams such as Envy and Luminosity Gaming viewed as favorites to clinch those spots. Unlike most tournaments, this bracket was single elimination, meaning there was no room for error.

Once the dust of the tournament settled, the final two teams remaining were Luminosity Gaming and Evil Geniuses, who advanced to join the rest of the pack in the $1.25 million Playoffs.

You can check out a recap of the Play-In HERE

LG and EG were the last two standing from the Play-In tournament.

CWL Finals - Amateur Finals bracket

CWL Finals will also play host to the Amateur Finals - the final amateur open bracket tournament of the season. The competition features a whopping $150,000 prize pool and, more importantly, 16 spots to the upcoming CWL Championship in August.

All of the open bracket action will be livestreamed on a special Twitch channel, which we have included below. You can keep up with the entire bracket itself by clicking the link above. 

CWL Finals Playoffs Rosters

OpTic GamingScump, Crimsix, Karma, Dashy, TJHaly
Gen.GMajorManiak, Spacely, Havok, Maux, Envoy
FaZe ClanZooMaa, Cellium, Asim, Skrapz, Zer0
Team Reciprocitywuskin, Zed, Denz, Dylan, Alexx, ShAnE
eUnitedArcitys, Prestinni, Clayster, aBeZy, Simp
100 ThievesKenny, Octane, SlasheR, Enable, Priestah
SplyceJurd, Loony, AquA, Temp, Huke
Team HereticsLucky, JurnNii, MethodZ, MeTTalZz, Wartex
Luminosity GamingFormaL, Skyz, Brack, John, Slacked
Evil GeniusesAttach, JKap, Apathy, Accuracy, Xotic

This article was last updated at 7:47 PM EST on Friday, July 21, 2019. 

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