CWL Seattle Archives

Realtalk: Is Social Media the Worst Thing to Happen to Esports?
Alright, so the easy punchline is that esports is the worst thing to happen to esports, but let's not be that flippant, yeah? One of the big conversations heading into this weekend’s Call of Duty World League competition in Seattle was the role social media, particularly Twitter, plays in esports.
Rise Nation Wins the CWL Seattle Championship Match with a 3:0 Victory
Rise Nation won the second series of the Championship Match with a 3:0 victory over Evil Geniuses, meaning they are the CWL Seattle Champs They get to take home the trophy and the $80,000 USD grand prize. Congratulations to @TheRiseNation, the @CODWorldLeague Seattle Champions! #CODWWII — Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) April 23, 2018 Rise Nation survived[...]
The CWL Seattle Loser's Bracket is where the Real Action is on Day 3
Especially because they had such a lead coming into the CWL Seattle round Luminosity have managed to stick it out in the Losers Bracket for an impressive run, and even took out Enigma6 this morning Rise Nation won out over Team EnVyUs, while Red Reserve beat out the Lightning Pandas. The Losers Round 5 saw Red[...]
eUnited Shut Out Ghost Gaming to Advance to the CWL Seattle Finals
The fight between eUnited and Ghost Gaming started out close, but after winning the Hardpoint map with nearly 25 points of lead, eUnited cleaned up in the next two matches, taking the win 3-0. Which means, we will be getting that eUnited, EvilGeniuses showdown for the final round of the winner’s bracket.
Even More Upsets from CWL Seattle Stage One Day 2
Day Two of the Call of Duty World League Seattle tournament held quite a few upsets, much like Day One did. Quite a few of the non-Pro League teams hung onto the competition long enough to take out some of the major pro teams.