Alex ‘Alexx’ Carpenter managed to pull off a crazy four-piece against eUnited while playing Hardpoint on Ardennes Forest during Division B of the CWL Pro League.
With 16 of the best teams from around the world coming to one central location to play multiple ‘Stages’ of competition in a LAN environment, the CWL Pro League has been a major factor in the development of Call of Duty esports.
The 2018 season for CoD: WWII has a number of changes compared to its inaugural year in 2017 with Infinite Warfare, including mid-week matches, two ‘Divisions’ of eight teams each, and much more in order to ensure the best experience for viewers and players alike.
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With Stage Two in full swing, teams are attempting to be one of the eight squads to qualify for the Pro League Playoffs in July, especially with $500,000 on the line in prize money for that single tournament.
When going up against eUnited in the fourth week of Stage Two, Alexx of UNILAD went absolutely massive on Ardennes Forest Hardpoint by getting a clean four-piece to help lead his team to victory later in the map, along with 48 total kills.
— MLG (@MLG) June 5, 2018
Even though UNILAD managed to take the first two maps of the series, eUnited managed to storm back to force a game five, round eleven, however, the European squad held strong, and ended up winning 3-2.
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