The Call of Duty World League, presented by PlayStation4, wrapped its Pro League season this weekend at the CWL Finals, crowning eUnited as its winner. Held in Miami, Florida, Call of Duty Esports welcomed south beach residents and CWL fans to the massive three-day event as the final stop before the year’s biggest event, the Call of Duty World League Championship, taking place in Los Angeles, 14 to 18 August.
eUnited secured this weekend’s victory thanks to the stellar teamwork and outstanding skill of Chris “Simp” Lehr, who was named CWL Finals MVP. Gen.G, FaZe Clan, and Reciprocity rounded-out the remaining top four placing Pro teams in Miami.
The CWL Finals also featured the final amateur competition of the season as over 120 teams competed in the MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL Open Bracket. In the end, The Bhoys emerged as the final amateur champions of the season.
As the focus shifts to this year’s championship, 32 teams will head to L.A. to compete at #CWLChamps: All 16 teams in the CWL Pro League automatically qualified, while the top 16 teams in the amateur bracket at CWL Finals determine the remaining teams.