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Final Placements for the Second CWL Pro League Challenge

The second CWL Pro League Challenge has come to a close with a fan-favorite organization bringing home first place.

First introduced for the Call of Duty: WWII competitive season, the CWL Pro League Challenge places the top eight teams from the North American 2K Series against the eight teams present at the CWL Pro League during the respective week.

Taking place between February 11th and February 12th, the Pro League Challenge highlighted teams from Division B going head-to-head for a prize pool of $2,000 with the first installation of competition featuring OpTic Gaming and eRa Eternity.

While the four European squads at the Pro League dominated the tournament throughout the numerous rounds, a Grand Finals matchup between Epsilon and FaZe Clan would be the ultimate decider to crown a new Champion of the Pro League Challenge.


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Although Epsilon was able to take a map, FaZe Clan proved to be too strong for the EU team, taking the series 3-1 and solidifying themselves as the second CWL Pro League Challenge Champions.

Below, you can find a full list of the final placements for the second Pro League Challenge.


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CWL Pro League Challenge #2 – Final Placements

Placement Team Roster Prize
1  FaZe Clan  ZooMaa, Priest, Attach, Replays $1,500
2  Epsilon Dqvee, Hawqeh, Vortex, Nathan $500
3/4  UNILAD Skrapz, wuskin, Moose, Seany
3/4  Splyce Bance, Jurd, MadCat, Tommey
5-8  Envy Huke, Slasher, Temp, Classic
5-8  Ghost Gaming Lacefield, Maux, GodRx, Pandur
5-8  eUnited SiLLY, Arcitys, Prestinni, Clayster
5-8  InControl Nelson, Riviction, Mruiz, Demise
9-16  Luminosity John, Slacked, Jkap, Octane
9-16  FiveGuyz Dedo, Twizz, Rallied, TcM
9-16  EZG Atura, Stumpfy, Parzelion, Jhaze
9-16  Next Threat Censor, Blazt, Mochila, Naga
9-16  Reign Hitman, JetLi, LispZeus, Neonn
9-16  Evil Geniuses NAMELESS, Aches, Apathy, Enable
9-16  Mad Gamers Glory, Pemby, Phantomz, ProFeezy
9-16  Orgless Beehzy, Jump, Envader, Holler

 



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