Luminosity Wins Call of Duty World League Anaheim Open Presented by PlayStation®4

SANTA MONICA, Calif.–()–An intense weekend of Call of Duty action has come to an end at the CWL
Anaheim Open, hosted by Major League Gaming Corp. (MLG), with Luminosity
claiming the Anaheim Open Champion title.

Over 120 hopeful teams entered the CWL Anaheim Open with eyes on their
share of the $200,000 event prize pool, battling for the top prize
against teams set to compete later this month at the CWL Global Pro
League Stage 2. Teams Cloud9, BitterSweet, Fnatic and Red Reserve
battled their way to Stage 2 after winning the Relegation Qualifier on
Thursday.

On Saturday, fans were treated to a no-holds barred All-Star match
featuring top players from CWL Stage 1. Championship Sunday saw
Luminosity capture the designation of CWL Anaheim Open Champion, while
teams Splyce, Epsilon and Cloud9 rounded out the top four spots at the
end of the three-day tournament.

“I’ve been to this event every year since I was an amateur player. It’s
always the biggest turnout, always the biggest hype. Winning Anaheim
meant the world to me,” said Sam ‘Octane’ Larew, CWL Anaheim Open MVP,
following the Grand Finals. “We won a championship with how we played
today, so we need to keep our game exactly the same going into CWL Stage
2.”

Here are the final rankings for the CWL Anaheim Open:

  • 1st – Luminosity
  • 2nd – Splyce
  • 3rd – Epsilon
  • 4th – Cloud9
  • 5th/6th – Enigma6 & Evil Geniuses
  • 7th/8th – OpTic Gaming & Red Reserve

The Call of Duty community’s focus now shifts to the CWL Global Pro
League Stage 2, starting June 30, where sixteen teams will compete for a
chance at their share of the $700,000 CWL Global Pro…

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