Call of Duty World League Championship Will Return to Los Angeles

Activision made a major announcement during the Call of Duty CWL Anaheim, which saw 100 Thieves take the victory during the event this year. The company let everyone know that they would be bringing the 2019 Call of Duty World League Championship back to Los Angeles in August. The event will happen from August 14th-18th, 2019, at the UCLA Pauley Pavilion. The event will feature 32 teams from around the world as they fight for the trophy and all of the accolades and prize money to come with the victory. trophy. So far, all 16 teams in the CWL Pro League will compete at the Championship event, while the remaining 16 teams will be determined through final placements at the CWL Finals happening in Miami this July. Here's a little more from the company on 100 Thieves victory this week.

Call of Duty World League Championship Will Return to Los Angeles
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100 Thieves took home the championship led by the impressive play of Austin 'SlasheR' Liddicoat, who was named CWL Anaheim MVP following the team's victory on Sunday. Over 100 amateur teams competed for a dedicated prize pool in the CWL Anaheim MTN DEW AMP GAME FUEL Open Bracket. Mindfreak emerged as amateur champions of the event. Both 100 Thieves and Mindfreak have each won back-to-back events; both earning titles the May 2019 major tournament CWL London.

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