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Call of Duty • Jan 18, 2019

Some big-name Call of Duty teams desperately need wins on Day 3 of the CWL Pro League Qualifier

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Some big-name Call of Duty teams desperately need wins on Day 3 of the CWL Pro League Qualifier

The CWL Pro League Qualifier is in full swing, and some of the biggest names in Call of Duty are in big trouble heading into the third day of competition.

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There is only one Pro League in the Black Ops 4 season, meaning teams who are attending the qualifiers have only shot at making it to the league in 2019, as there will be no relegation tournament later on in the year.

The Pro League Qualifiers feature the 28 teams who placed between 5th and 32nd at CWL Las Vegas, with only 12 teams able to secure their place in the league.

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With two days played, there are already some big-name squads in precarious positions, with a number of them extremely close to finding themselves in the elimination places. For all the standings, results and upcoming matches, visit our how to watch the CWL Las Vegas Qualifier tournament hub.

FaZe Clan

FaZe Clan have lost two matches in a row.

Many looked at Pool A as a difficult group to escape from, and it’s proved to be just that with some surprise performances, especially from Project 18 who sit second. 

Arguably the headline team in the pool is FaZe Clan, who have lost two matches on the bounce since their opening day victory against sister team FC Black. The fifth placed squad take on pool leaders Team Reciprocity on day three, knowing that a victory is required to keep themselves in the bracket play spots.

Pool A standings after day two

TeamRecordMap CountMap Win %
1Team Sween2-16-367%
2Project 182-17-558%
3Team Reciprocity2-16-555%
4Enigma61-15-456%
5FaZe Clan1-25-645%
6Team Divine1-24-640%
7FC Black1-23-730%

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100 Thieves

Twitter: 100 Thieves
100 Thieves' struggles have continued since CWL Las Vegas.

The highly-touted squad have had a difficult time in Black Ops 4, and their struggles have continued into the Pro League Qualifier. 100 Thieves kicked off their event in the worst possible way, falling to a 3-0 demolition against currently unbeaten Midnight Esports.

100 Thieves were able to recover and beat Team SpaceLy, but a loss to Pittsburgh Knights dented their automatic qualification hopes. The only bright side for the Thieves right now is that they’ve played the group's current top two teams, but they’ll need to secure some victories in day three with SpaceLy and co. breathing down their neck for those bracket play spots.

Pool C standings after day two

TeamRecordMap CountMap %
1Midnight Esports4-012-571%
2Pittsburgh Knights2-17-464%
3Overtime eSport2-210-663%
4Excelerate Gaming2-28-850%
5Team SpaceLy1-25-645%
4100 Thieves1-24-833%
7Mazer Gaming0-20-50%

Red Reserve

Rated and the squad are in a precarious position in Pool D.

Red Reserve also find themselves teetering on the brink after a loss to Evil Geniuses on day two. Mindfreak currently sit unbeaten at the top of Pool D with an unblemished 4-0 record, and Red Reserve will need to pull out all the stops to pull off a vital win, especially with EG taking on 0-3 squad Nation of Power earlier in the day.

The tournament continues until Sunday, January 20, and you can ensure that you don't miss any of the action with our handy CWL Pro League Qualifier guide. 

Pool D standings after day two

TeamRecordMap CountMap %
1Mindfreak4-012-475%
2UYU2-18-467%
3Evil Geniuses2-18-562%
4Movistar Riders2-26-1038%
5Red Reserve1-26-746%
6The Imperial1-37-1139%
7Nation of Power0-33-925%

Lightning Pandas

MadCat and Lightning Pandas will be hoping for improved results on day three.

A top six finish for Lightning Pandas at CWL Las Vegas came as a shock to some, and it seems that the squad haven’t been able to carry any momentum from the event into the Pro League Qualifier.

The Pandas sit rock bottom of Pool B after losses to European brethren Heretic and Giants, and an opening day three bout with group leaders Team Envy means that Lightning Pandas will need to come out firing if they want to make a run for the bracket play positions.

Pool B standings after day two

TeamRecordMap CountMap %
1Team Envy2-06-460%
2Fact Revolution2-17-370%
3Heretics KFC2-18-467%
4G2 Esports2-18-562%
5Tainted Minds1-24-736%
6Vodafone Giants1-34-1029%
7Lightning Pandas0-22-625%