WorldGaming’s Ready to Hold Call of Duty: WWII Tournament in Canada!

Call of Duty back to the main stage Toronto, Kanda with esports teams Call of Duty: WWII in a tournament titled WorldGaming’s Canadian Championship Series 2018.

Take place on Scotiabank Theater, Toronto, event this will be held on March 3-4 2018. This tournament will present 8 North American teams who are fighting for the grand prize of CA $ 25,000.

The eight participating teams have provided the lineup rooster their official official, and all participants who entered this tournament have gone through the path multi-stage qualification. The first phase of the tournament will feature 16 teams trying to win slots to the round play-off with the qualification path.

With the second phase, as many as 16 teams will qualify to the play-off in a manner on line. The 16 teams will be divided into 4 groups, and each of the 2 teams that occupy it top-seed group will make sure play-off slot lead to play event National Finals.

Source: WorldGaming’s

The final round will involve 2 groups of 4 teams in each group with the format double elimination. For 2 teams leading each bracket will participate in the round play-off in order to crown the tournament champion. With the completion of qualification, it has marked the eight teams that have qualified for the round play event.

The following 8 teams have qualified for play event National Finals:

Group A

Team Roster
eUnited Prestinni, SILLY, Clayster, Arcitys
GGEA Orange Spoof, Believe, Nova, Mayhem
TopProspectClan Remy, CBALL, Shipping, Stevey
MockIt Esports Schillez, TTinyy, FLawLesS, Magik

Group B

Team Roster
Lightning Pandaz Royalty, Goonjar, Xotic, Proto
Gone Gaming Blfire, Legal, Havok, Mosh
compLexity Gaming Parasite, Studyy, Dashy, FeLo
Alpha Evasion, Swarley, Cells, NauX

Here’s the arrangement main bracket event National Finals:

Bracket Tournament, Source: WorldsGaming

From several participating esports organizations, eUnited being the only North American team that also competed on CWL Global Pro League.

On the other hand, Lightning Pandaz managed to carve an unbeaten record in the tournament CWL Canadian National Circuit in their stride of winning the competition.

eUnited wins the 2017 CWL Atlanta Open. (Left-Right): Burns, SiLLY, Arcitys, Gunless, and Prestinni, Source: MLG

GGEA Orange and Gone Gaming are the top two teams of the tournament US National Circuit, but GGEA managed to beat Gone Gaming in the grand final round. Even, compLexity Gaming who have not made many achievements, seem to have rooster promising experience and a high winning mentality.

With total prizepool total CA $ 60,000, here is the prize distribution for the tournament:

National Finals Prize

  • 1st Place: $ 25,000
  • 2nd Place: $ 13,000
  • 3rd – 4th Place: $ 6,000
  • 5th – 6th Place: $ 3,000
  • 7th – 8th Place: $ 2,000

* prize exchange rate in Canadian dollars (CAD).

Edited by Jabez Elijah