Competitive Call of Duty has been around for a long time now, with its roots going back to the first Modern Warfare instance. Last year was played the first World League, completing the Pro Circuit qualifying teams for the 2016 CoD World Championship, and this year, 10 years after Modern Warfare came out, we are about to see a Pro League on Infinite Warfare, with unique events and a 5-weeks long LAN Season pitting the very best teams in the world for Pro Points and Cash Prizes.
Here are all the events having already taken place since the launch of Infinite Warfare, and that count towards the 2017 Season, with results and replays, and the podium for each competition:
|Las Vegas Open 2016
|London Invitational 2017
|Atlanta Open 2017
|Paris Open 2017
|Sydney Open 2017 #1
|Dallas Open 2017
|Birmingham Open 2017
16 teams have qualified through the Pro Points standings (10 from North America, 5 from Europe and 1 from Asia-Pacific), and have been seeded into the 4 groups of the Global Pro League. Each group will be played over one of the 4 next week-ends:
The Playoffs will be played with the now-popular Double-Elimination format, with the best 2 teams from each group starting in the Winner Bracket.
The 3rd team from each group will not take part in the Playoffs, but will nonetheless qualify for the Stage 2, the CWL Anaheim Open and the COD World League Championship. The last team from each group will have to go through Relegation to secure their spot in the Stage 2 of the Pro League.
Stay tuned to Toornament for all results and information regarding the CWL Pro League!