Week 4 of the North American Call of Duty World League launched new teams to the top!

Week 4 of the North American Call of Duty World League Pro Division kicked off with Dream Team battling it out against 100 Thieves. 100 Thieves has yet to win an Uplink game in Stage 2 and this weakness led to their Week 4 downfall, losing to Dream Team 1-3. The second match, Team eLevate against Team SoloMid, was pushed all the way to a Game 5. eLevate made an incredible comeback in Search and Destroy to take the series 3-2!

The next series was the highlight match of Day 1: FaZe Clan vs. Rise Nation. The two teams went into this match with a tied stage record. Hardpoint Game 1 was incredible to watch, with Rise Nation just barely edging out the win.

Search and Destroy Game 2 went to FaZe Clan, but Rise were able to bounce back and win both Uplink and CTF to take the series 3-1!

The final two matches of Day 1 went as expected, with OpTic Gaming and H2K winning 3-0 against compLexity and Cloud9, respectively.

Day 2 on the other hand had some unexpected results. 100 Thieves was able to win their first Capture The Flag match in Stage 2 against compLexity. This helped 100 Thieves take the series win 3-1 and end their losing streak. compLexity’s downfall continued however, as they finished Week 4 with a 1-5 stage record.

FaZe bounced back after their loss in Day 1, winning 3-0 against Team EnVyUs, but Clayster still had some trouble staying on the map.

OpTic went up against TSM on Day 2, a matchup that seems to have become a classic rivalry after the Stage 1 Finals, and were able to take a commanding 3-1 win to finish out Week 4 with a 4-2 record.

H2K has been on an incredible run in Stage 2 thus far. Back in Stage 1, they were unable to get out of the relegation zone and had to fight back at the Stage 1 Relegation. In Day 2, they were easily able to take down Luminosity with a 3-0 win. H2K is now the number one team in the standings after Week 4 with a 5-1 stage record.

On the other hand, newcomers to the Pro Division Cloud9 continued to struggle in Day 2 after having an impressive start to Stage 2. They lost 1-3 to eLevate and fell to ninth place in the standings.

A matchup between Rise Nation and Dream Team took place off stream. This matchup went back and forth and ended up going to Game 5. Dream Team were able to win the last map S&D 6-4 and take the series 3-2. With this win, they are now in the number two spot in the standings and just behind H2K in win percentage.



Week 4’s match of the week was Team EnVyUs vs. Luminosity. Going into this match, both of the teams had the same Stage 2 record of 2-3. Team EnVyUs was able to narrowly win 250-242 in the final seconds of Game 1 Hardpoint.

Luminosity dominated Game 2 S&D with an impressive 6-1 win to tie up the series, but EnVyUs ultimately closed out the match 3-1.

Thanks to all who tuned in for Week 4 and a shout-out to all of you who love Call of Duty esports as much as Jack “Courage” Dunlop and John “Revan” Boble love each other.


Week 5 of the Call of Duty World League Pro Division begins on Tuesday, May 17 at 2PM PDT/5PM EDT live here! Be sure to follow ESL Call of Duty on Twitter and Facebook for the latest #CODWorldLeague news!


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