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It seems like it was only yesterday when Call of Duty fans were watching 100 Thieves take their first-ever CWL title. Over the past four weeks of play, the CWL Pro League saw teams rise and fall. Following the final week of Division B’s split, the pools are set for the next major open. CWL Anaheim is the most prestigious title to win besides the coveted Call of Duty Championships. Here is a reminder of the pools:
If you’d like to see the recap for Week 9, you can do so right here. Without further ado, let’s recap the past week of Division B.
100 Thieves slip up
Despite strong performances against Splyce and Elevate, 100 Thieves dropped the ball in their eUnited rematch. By no means did 100 Thieves perform poorly this past week, but their loss does push them into the second seed. This places them into Pool D for CWL Anaheim, potentially the most stacked group.
eUnited get their revenge
eUnited set the tone of their week on Monday, making a statement by sweeping the current reigning champions, 100 Thieves. As mentioned, this was a rematch of the finals of CWL London, with eUnited evening the odds. The squad is looking extremely strong, getting that one monkey off their back. Coming into CWL Anaheim, eUnited is looking hungry for a win this time around and are grouped into an arguably easier pool.
Heretics still looking rough
While Team Heretics still holds the third position in the Division B rankings, don’t let it fool you. The Spanish squad is in a consistent loop of inconsistency. Their constant role changes do nothing to help their gameplay, and it shows in their close matches. While Team Heretics has a good shot at making it out of their pool at CWL Anaheim, there is also a fair chance that they drop a crucial series to fall into the losers bracket.
Splyce picking up the pieces
After a poor finish to their first week, Splyce attempted to turn their fortunes around. Unfortunately, two wins and a loss weren’t enough to push Splyce up the rankings. However, it does place them into Pool C, which might give the team an easier road. Despite the potential good fortune, though, Splyce’s gameplay is shattered. Amidst roster changes, Splyce’s famed consistency may have come to an end the past week. We’ll have to wait and see whether Splyce will finally walk away with a championship this season.
CWL Anaheim major starts this Friday, June 14. Make sure to stay up to date with the event this weekend here on Daily Esports.