Team Envy, Echo Fox, and Team Kaliber start undefeated in pool play at the 2018 CWL Seattle Open

There were a ton of upsets on the first day of this tournament.

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Another Call of Duty World League open event for WWII has kicked off, and the action is quickly heating up in the Evergreen State.

The 2018 CWL Seattle Open began on Friday as the best Call of Duty teams in the world started to fight for their share of the $200,000 prize pool.

Related: How to watch the 2018 CWL Seattle Open

Although the tournament just got underway, there’s been no shortage of upsets and close matches so far in Seattle.

Echo Fox stunned the competition to go undefeated on Friday. Despite adding Donovan “Temp” Laroda just before the event, Echo Fox took down FaZe Clan and Rise Nation to stake their claim for the top spot in Pool A.

In Pool B, the revamped Team Envy lineup also went undefeated on Friday, including a shocking upset over OpTic Gaming. Team Kaliber followed suit in Pool D with a strong 3-0 start to CWL Seattle featuring wins over Evil Geniuses, Splyce, and Red Reserve.

Pool C is the only group that doesn’t have an undefeated squad—and the biggest surprise is that Luminosity are 1-2. The CWL Birmingham champions lost to coL and Mindfreak on Friday, while compLexity and eUnited are both 2-1 in pool play.

Here are the current pool play standings at the 2018 CWL Seattle Open (each team’s series record is followed by their map count in parentheses).

Pool A

1) Echo Fox: 3-0 (9-4)

2) FaZe Clan: 2-1 (8-6)

3) Rise Nation: 1-2 (7-6)

4) Tainted Minds: 0-3 (1-9)

5) TBD open bracket team

Pool B

1) Team Envy: 3-0 (9-2)

2) OpTic Gaming: 2-1 (7-4)

3) UNILAD: 1-2 (5-6)

4) Epsilon: 0-3 (0-9)

5) TBD open bracket team

Pool C

1) eUnited: 2-1 (8-6)

2) compLexity: 2-1 (8-4)

3) Mindfreak: 1-2 (4-8)

4) Luminosity: 1-2 (6-8)

5) TBD open bracket team

Pool D

1) Team Kaliber: 3-0 (9-2)

2) Evil Geniuses: 2-1 (7-4)

3) Red Reserve: 1-2 (4-6)

4) Splyce: 0-3 (1-9)

5) TBD open bracket team

CWL Seattle will resume on Saturday, April 21 starting with open bracket action at 1pm CT.