Reverse Sweep Call of Duty League Prize Picks: Major 1 Qualifiers, Week 3

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The Reverse Sweep team have selected their best picks for PrizePicks’ Call of Duty League daily fantasy, as the second week of Major 1 qualifiers gets underway.

Dexerto’s flagship Call of Duty League show, Reverse Sweep, is back for the 2024 season, and this time, PrizePicks are helping the team flex their analytical muscles.

Crunching the numbers and analyzing the matchups, Reverse Sweep have come up with their key picks for Week 3 of Major 1 qualifiers, as we fly into the holiday season.

Here are their picks.

Estreal (vs Atlanta FaZe) Maps 1-3 kills: 47.5 — LESS

In his rookie season at LA Guerrillas, Estreal has some pressure to prove that he belongs in the big leagues, and one of his biggest tests will be how he performs against dominant teams like Atlanta FaZe.

The boys on Reverse Sweep don’t have high hopes this week, however, as they expect him to fall under his line of 47.5 kills in the opening 3 maps.

CleanX (vs Seattle Surge) Maps 1-3 kills: 54.5 — MORE

CleanX has been one of the best-performing SMGs in recent years. While his stats don’t always show that, and other subs have higher KDs, there’s a reason he’s so highly regarded among his peers as one of the most efficient slayers and team players in the world.

Reverse Sweep have selected him to have a standout performance against Seattle Surge, going above his 54.5 kill line in maps 1-3, and given his performances so far this season, it’s hard to argue against that.

Arcitys (vs Toronto Ultra) Maps 1-3 kills: 47.5 — LESS

On the flipside of this fixture, the team does not see Arcitys having the best time against Toronto Ultra.

Coming up against the Ultra AR duo of Scrappy and Insight is always going to be a tough task, but they don’t see Arcitys fully being up to it on the slaying front, predicting him to get less than 47.5 kills in the first three maps.

Accuracy (vs New York Subliners) Maps 1-3 kills: 45.5 — LESS

Accuracy isn’t best known for his slaying abilities, and against the reigning world champions, the Reverse Sweep team don’t have high hopes for his chances of accruing a lot of kills.

Accuracy has one of the shortest lines this week at 45.5, but they expect him to get less than that across the opening three maps, especially given Rokkr’s rough 0-3 start to the season.

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