The second major tournament of the CWL season came to a close on March 17 as Luminosity Gaming were crowned champions of the $325,000 CWL Fort Worth Pro Tournament.
Luminosity defeated Splyce in the Grand Final in 3-1 fashion, capping off an incredible Winners Bracket run that saw them drop only four maps in four series.
Having defeated Splyce already in the Winners Bracket final, LG needed to only win this one series to secure the championship, whereas Splyce needed to win two.
Despite having had to wait for the Losers Bracket final to commence, LG came out hot in game one of the Grand Final, taking care of the Frequency Hardpoint 250-160.
FormaL was fired up after the win, as his 29 enemies killed in action led the pace for LG.
The second match very much took after the first, as LG comfortably took care of the Arsenal Search and Destroy 6-3, thanks to some strong Tempest play by, you guessed it, FormaL.
On the ropes, and with momentum fully behind their opponents, Splyce showed their resiliency with a strong 3-2 win over LG in the game three Control on Frequency.
Temp, who had a monster performance to help his team survive, was very fired up after the game.
Unfortunately for Splyce, they were unable to replicate the reverse sweep they pulled off against Team Reciprocity in the Losers Final, as LG took care of the Hacienda Hardpoint and secure their first tournament victory of Black Ops 4.
The MVP of CWL Fort Worth was Peirce 'Gunless' Hillman of champions Luminosity Gaming, who posted kill/death ratios of 1.35 in Hardpoint, 1.44 in S&D, and 1.07 in Control.
Here are the top four teams from the CWL Fort Worth Pro Tournament, including the amount of prize money and pro points they won.
You can view the top-16 final placements for both the Pro and Open Bracket Tournaments by visiting our CWL Fort Worth Final Placements hub.
|Placement||Cash Prize||Pro Points||Team||Roster|
|1||$125,000||25,000||Luminosity Gaming||Slacked, FormaL, John, Gunless, Classic|
|2||$80,000||15,000||Splyce||Temp, Jurd, Accuracy, AquA, Loony|
|3||$50,000||11,000||Team Reciprocity||Tommey, wuskin, Zed, Seany, Dylan|
|4||$25,000||9,000||100 Thieves||Kenny, SlasheR, Octane, Priestahh, Enable|
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