10 February 2018 - 21:49

Enigma6 secure a playoff spot in the final week of the CWL National Circuit Stage One regular season

CWL National Circuit playoff matches will be played on Friday, Feb. 16.
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In the third and final week of the Call of Duty World League National Circuit regular season, teams did everything they could to secure their spot in the four-team playoffs.

Last week, compLexity Gaming shot to the top of the United States circuit standings, but coL weren't as successful in their last two regular season matches. Going up against GGEA Orange and Enigma6, compLexity just needed one match win to clinch their spot in the playoffs. But Orange and E6 came to play in week three and shocked the previously top-seeded team to knock coL out of playoff contention.

The Canadian circuit saw little change in the standings, as Lightning Pandas and the former ExoMoon Gaming roster locked up the top two spots, while EZG Esports and Gone Gaming CAN held off the last-week push from Prime and Michael "Swarley" Carter's team.

The format of next week's playoffs will have the top seed and the fourth seed play each other, while the second seed takes on the third seed. The winners of those games will play for their circuit's title.

Here are the complete standings in each circuit following the Stage One regular season of the CWL National Circuit (playoff teams are bolded and each team's series record is followed by their map count in parentheses).

United States

1) GGEA Orange: 5-2 (18-10)

2) Next Threat: 5-2 (18-11)

3) Gone Gaming USA: 5-2 (15-11)

4) Enigma6: 4-3 (15-14)

5) compLexity Gaming: 4-3 (14-12)

6) JuKeD: 3-4 (15-14)

7) Ghost Gaming: 1-6 (6-19)

8) GGEA Blue: 1-6 (8-18)

Note: On Feb. 8, the Blast Radius roster signed with Gone Gaming, becoming Gone Gaming USA.

Canada

1) Lightning Pandas: 6-0 (18-0)

2) Former ExoMoon Gaming: 6-0 (18-6)

3) EZG Esports: 4-3 (16-13)

4) Gone Gaming CAN: 3-4 (13-16)

5) Prime: 3-4 (12-13)

6) Swarley's Team: 3-4 (14-13)

7) Lethal Gaming: 2-5 (8-17)

8) Morituri Esports: 0-7 (0-21)

United Kingdom/Ireland

1) Braaain's Team: 7-0 (21-5)

2) Team 3G: 6-1 (18-8)

3) Reedy's Team: 5-2 (16-12)

4) GGEA Purple: 4-3 (18-13)

5) Frost Dragons: 3-4 (14-15)

6) 101st Airborne: 2-5 (13-17)

7) Brash Esports: 1-6 (9-19)

8) Barrage: 0-7 (1-21)

Note: On Feb. 7, MarkyB's team signed with GG Esports Academy, becoming GGEA Purple.

France/Belgium

1) Monaco Esports: 7-0 (21-7)

2) Supremacy: 6-1 (19-11)

3) BC Brotherhood: 5-2 (19-10)

4) Overtime: 4-3 (18-9)

5) Crystal Timeless: 3-4 (9-15)

6) B3LA Family Gaming: 2-5 (10-15)

7) Reborn: 1-6 (4-20)

8) Game Fist: 0-7 (8-21)

Germany/The Netherlands

1) iMPacT Reloaded: 6-1 (20-12)

2) 2nd Wave: 6-1 (19-7)

3) FC Lahti Menace: 4-3 (15-15)

4) Team Prismatic: 4-3 (16-14)

5) DIVIZON: 4-3 (14-14)

6) Team Vertex: 2-5 (12-17)

7) dZ Resurge: 1-6 (11-18)

8) Panic's Team: 1-6 (9-19)

Note: On Feb. 7, the eHAWKS roster signed with Team Vertex.

Spain/Portugal

1) Team Heretics: 6-1 (20-9)

2) Movistar Riders: 6-1 (20-8)

3) Giants Gaming: 4-3 (18-15)

4) Team x6tence: 3-4 (13-13)

5) The G-Lab Addicts: 3-4 (12-16)

6) ECORP: 3-4 (12-14)

7) FEN1X Esports: 2-5 (8-19)

8) eMonkeyz Club: 1-6 (11-20)

Italy

1) Charged Up: 7-0 (21-2)

2) EnD Gaming: 5-2 (18-6)

3) Team Forge: 4-3 (15-15)

4) iDomina Esports: 4-3 (13-9)

5) Team Forge Black: 3-4 (11-16)

6) Bulldog Esports: 2-5 (9-17)

7) T3H Esports: 2-5 (10-17)

8) CyberStorm: 1-6 (4-19)

Australia/New Zealand

1) Tainted Minds: 7-0 (21-5)

2) Taboo: 6-1 (18-7)

3) HRZM: 5-2 (18-11)

4) SYF Gaming: 4-3 (13-10)

5)Frontline Esports: 3-4 (13-15)

6) Lakie's Team: 2-5 (9-15)

7) F7: 1-6 (8-20)

8) Deleted Gaming: 0-7 (4-21)


The playoff matches in Stage One of the CWL National Circuit will take place on Friday, Feb. 16. The winning team from each circuit will receive $1,000, 12,000 pro points, and funding to next month's CWL Atlanta Open.

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