Monthly Archives: May 2016

NA CWL Week 6 Power Rankings

1(-) Optic Gaming(8-2) – Crimsix, Formal, Karma, Scump [3-1 dT, 3-2 Faze] 2(-) Rise Nation(7-3) – Classic, Loony, Octane, Slacked [2-3 nV, 3-1 H2K] 3 (+1) Faze Clan(7-2) – Attach, Clayster, Enable, Zooma [3-0 TSM, 2-3 OG] 4(-1) Dream Team(6-4) – Diabolic, Chino, Killa, Sender [2-3 eLv, 1-3 OG]

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TeePee retires from Competitive Call of Duty

Black Ops III has taken another one of the Call of Duty greats away from us. Tyler ‘TeePee’ Polchow has announced today that he will no longer be competing and joins Replays, Merk, and Sharp as legends that have hung

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NA CWL Week 5 Power Rankings

1(-) Optic Gaming(6-2) – Crimsix, Formal, Karma, Scump [3-1 C9, 3-1 LG] 2(-) Rise Nation(6-2) – Classic, Loony, Octane, Slacked [3-0 100T, 3-0 coL] 3(-) Dream Team(6-2) – Diabolic, Chino, Killa, Sender [0-3 nV. 3-0 H2K] 4 (-) Faze Clan(6-2) – Attach, Clayster, Enable, Zooma [3-1 H2K, 3-2 eLv]

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Optic Gaming wins Americas Minor

Despite looking like the clear favorite to win the event, Tempo Storm falls to Optic Gaming in the Grand finals of the ESL Cologne Americas Major 2-1. Optic was able to come back and win Train and Nuke after losing Tempo Storm’s pick,

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NA CWL Week 4 Power Rankings

The NA Call of Duty World League Pro Division is back in full swing after a week break for ESWC travels. That break could be the key for slow starting teams to start making their way back up the standings. 1(+1) Optic

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HCS Pro League NA Summer Qualifier Recap

Eight HCS Pro League hopefuls met in Burbank, California, on May 8th at the ESL Studios for a chance to compete in Halo’s first official online pro league. Favorites Optic Gaming and Team Envyus were joined by Allegiance, Soul Red, Team

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CWL Rules Update May 5th

After months of requests and complaining by pro players and fans, Activision/Treyarch has finally decided that it’s time to update the restrictions for competitive matches. Most of the items added have not been used by pros and the biggest problems

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