The CWL Finals in Miami is a massive chance for players to qualify for the Call of Duty World Championship as the Top 16 placing teams will book their place in the final event of the season.
In a bid to make it to the Los Angeles tournament, fan favorite CoD pros Tommey and Chino have put together a stacked international open bracket roster which may be one of the favorites to qualify.
After the European veteran, Tommey, had announced that he would be taking a step back from competing in the CoD World League under Team Reciprocity, many fans were eager to see him return to action.
Tommey had announced on June 29 that he would be coming back to compete at CWL Miami alongside Chino and rising UK star, Linney, before later adding Proto and Exceed to complete the roster.
Competing at #CWLMiami with @MJCheen, @Proto626, @ExceedLbX and @ByronLinney_. I'll still be part of and representing Reciprocity, but will be playing under @Sicario_Gaming_ for the remainder of the game. https://t.co/PDsS1cEHTK— Tommey (@Tommey) July 10, 2019
The international squad announced that they will be competing under Sicario Gaming in what may be the final CWL open bracket event ever, as the CoD league will include location based franchise teams for the Modern Warfare season.
Despite competing under Sicario Gaming for the rest of CWL season, Tommey confirmed that he won’t be parting ways with Reciprocity just yet, adding “I’ll still be part of and representing Reciprocity, but will be playing under Sicario.
This team to be one to watch in the final events of the year, especially after Tommey had done similar the year prior leading an unlikely Team Vitality squad to a respectable top 12 finish.
Chino has had a tough year all round after failing to qualify for the pro league at the start of the season with G2, but he no doubt still has the talent to compete with the best, and will be looking to end the year strong to improve his chances of landing on a franchise team next year.