Monthly Archives: April 2016

NA CWL Week 2 Power Rankings

At first glance, it looks like many top teams dropped maps and even wins versus inferior opponents. But in reality, Rise, Optic and a few other teams lost because of lag issues in the game. You can read more about

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Call of Duty World League Lag-Gate

This week’s North American Call of Duty World League matches have been plagued by a pretty brutal bug. Players across many of the top teams have experienced a ‘Connection Interrupted’ glitch where the game thinks the player is losing connection

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Rostermania Continues – Elevate signs Felony

After releasing Remy on Monday, Elevate has announced that they have signed Felony to their roster. Formerly of relegated Counter Logic Gaming, Felony was a consistent SMG slayer and should add a more aggressive 4th to an Elevate squad who

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Who is Rise Nation?

Ghosts Living the Dream was created in early 2014 by gaming friends Rodger Saffold and Kahreem Horsley to qualify for Call of Duty Championship 2014. The first roster consisted of FEARS, Pacman, Whea7s, and Loony. After placing 5-6th at Call of

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All ESWC Zénith 2016 Teams Finalized

With Team LDLC invited to ESWC today, all 16 participants have been announced. These teams will be competing for $50,000 in Paris on May 6-8. North American Teams have won all three previous events and an EU hasn’t placed top three since

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MLG Announces Anaheim Open

MLG has made it’s triumphant return to the Competitive Call of Duty scene by announcing it’s first event since the MLG World Finals back in October. The 12 NA CWL teams along with 96 amateur teams will fight for $100,000

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NA CWL Week 1 Recap and Power Rankings

Week 1 of Stage 2 of the NA Call of Duty World League was an exiting one. It all began on the night before matches began when Nadeshot announced that he had purchased newly qualifying team ‘King Papey’ for his

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