EUnited defeat Team Kaliber to win this week’s NA CWL 2K tournament for Call of Duty: WWII

Clayster and crew also took down the Green Wall.

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EUnited needed a strong performance in this week’s North American Call of Duty World League 2,000 series tournament—and that’s exactly what they did.

James “Clayster” Eubanks, Alec “Arcitys” Sanderson, Preston “Prestinni” Sanderson, and Justin “SiLLY” Fargo-Palmer took down Team Kaliber 3-1 in the grand finals of this week’s NA CWL 2K.

Before this matchup, however, eUnited had to go through several tough teams to reach the grand finals. Clayster and crew swept Echo Fox and Enigma6 before squaring off against OpTic Gaming—the champions of the two previous NA CWL 2K tournaments for Call of Duty: WWII.

But eUnited defeated the Green Wall 3-2 in a hard-fought series to punch their tickets to the grand finals.

Team Kaliber, on the other hand, had placed top four in the previous NA CWL 2K tournaments. But tK pushed it one step further yesterday by defeating Ground Zero and Luminosity.

Team Kaliber also started the grand finals on a positive note with a 250-226 win on Gibraltar Hardpoint. But from that point on, eUnited took control of the series.

Clayster and crew won Sainte Marie du Mont Search and Destroy 6-5, Flak Tower Capture the Flag 3-1, and London Docks Hardpoint 250-205 to capture their first NA CWL 2K championship of WWII. With this victory, eUnited has earned crucial pro points for seeding at the CWL Dallas Open in December.

In this week’s EU CWL 2K, Splyce emerged victorious once again, while Mindfreak captured their third consecutive APAC CWL 2K title.

The pro points for pool play at CWL Dallas have now been finalized, and we’ll find out which group each team is in when the pool play selection show takes place on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 2pm ET.

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Justin Binkowski

Dot Esports Editor. I primarily play, watch, and write about Call of Duty but can also occasionally be found feeding the enemy ADC in League of Legends. I have been following competitive Call of Duty since 2011 and writing about it since 2015.