Final placings for the 2018 CWL Championship

Find out which teams took the lion's share of the $1.5 million prize pool.

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The biggest Call of Duty tournament of the year has come to an end, and the world champions have been crowned.

Evil Geniuses won the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship, beating Team Kaliber in an intense grand finals showdown, which ended after two best-of-five series. EG took down Team Kaliber twice, once in the winners finals and again in the grand final, to complete their journey to the trophy in the week-long, $1.5 million event.

Related: Bracket play results for the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championship

The best 32 teams in the world spent the past five days competing in Columbus, Ohio to see who would walk away with the $600,000 first-place prize—but only one squad could emerge victorious. Evil Geniuses are world champions to the end of the Call of Duty: WWII season.

Here are the final placings for CoD Champs 2018.

1) Evil Geniuses – Patrick “ACHES” Price, Bryan “Apathy” Zhelyazkov, Adam “Assault” Garcia, and Justin “SiLLY” Fargo-Palmer ($600,000)

2) Team Kaliber – Lamar “Accuracy” Abedi, Kenny Williams, Maurice “Fero” Henriquez, and Ian “Enable” Wyatt ($200,000)

3) FaZe Clan – Dillon “Attach” Price, Tommy “ZooMaa” Paparratto, Preston “Priestahh” Greiner, and James “Replays” Crowder ($100,000)

4) eUnited – James “Clayster” Eubanks, Alec “Arcitys” Sanderson, Preston “Prestinni” Sanderson, and Tyler “FeLo” Johnson ($80,000)

5/6) Team Envy – Nicholas “Classic” DiCostanzo, Cuyler “Huke” Garland, Martin Chino, and Jacob “Decemate” Cato ($55,000)

5/6) Luminosity Gaming – Josiah “Slacked” Berry, Jordan “JKap” Kaplan, Johnathan “John” Perez, and Matthew “FormaL” Piper ($55,000)

7/8) Elevate – Michael “SpaceLy” Schmale, Chance “Maux” Moncivaez, Nicholas “Proto” Maldonado, and Michael “MajorManiak” Szymaniak ($35,000)

7/8) Red Reserve – Joseph “Joee” Pinnington, Rhys “Rated” Price, Trei “Zer0” Morris, and Matthew “Skrapz” Marshall ($35,000)

9/12) Team Vitality – Thomas “Tommey” Trewren, Bjarne “Denz” Sleebus, Jack “Maple” McCartney, and Sam “Chain” Dineley ($25,000)

9/12) UNILAD Esports – Bradley “Wuskin” Marshall, Sean “Seany” O’Connor, Alex “Alexx” Carpenter, and Zach “Zed” Denyer ($25,000)

9/12) Ghost Gaming – Andres Lacefield, Adam “GodRx” Brown, Casey “Pandur” Romano, and Christopher “Parasite” Duarte ($25,000)

9/12) Lightning Pandas – Jevon “Goonjar” Gooljar-Lim, Mathew “Royalty” Faithfull, John “Xotic” Bruno, and Dylan “Theory” McGee ($25,000)

13/16) compLexity Gaming – Brandon “Dashy” Otell, Richard “Ricky” Stacy, Rasim “Blazt” Ogresevic, and Doug “Censor” Martin ($15,000)

13/16) Lethal Gaming – Ted “TeddyRecKs” Kim, Vlad “Ramby” Sanchez, Tanner “Super” Bowen, and Alexander “Zaptius” Bonilla ($15,000)

13/16) Rise Nation – Daniel “Loony” Loza, Tommy “TJHaLY” Haly, Peirce “Gunless” Hillman, and Austin “SlasheR” Liddicoat ($15,000)

13/16) Team Sween – Shea “QwiKeR” Sweeney, Tom “Moose” Handley, Adam “Peatie” Peate, and Connor “Weeman” Chilton ($15,000)

17/24) OpTic Gaming – Seth “Scump” Abner, Ian “Crimsix” Porter, Sam “Octane” Larew, and Anthony “Methodz” Zinni ($12,500)

17/24) Echo Fox – Renato “Saints” Forza, Brice Faccento, Ulysses “Aqua” Silva, and Donovan “Temp” Laroda ($12,500)

17/24) Enigma6 – Jordon General, Troy “Sender” Michaels, Steven “Diabolic” Ribero, and Tyler “aBeZy” Pharris ($12,500)

17/24) Splyce – Ben Bance, Jordan “Jurd” Crowley, Dylan “MadCat” Daly, and Joshua-Lee “Joshh” Shephard ($12,500)

17/24) BRASH Esports – Koen “Benji” Haakman, Ehsan “DREAL” Javed, Robbe “Nevo” Dhondt, and Dylan Thomas Henderson ($12,500)

17/24) Mindfreak – Mitchell “BuZZO” Mader, Denholm “Denz” Taylor, Lincoln “Fighta” Ferguson, and Conrad “Shockz” Rymarek ($12,500)

17/24) Heretics KFC – Juan “JurNii” Antonio González, Alejandro “Lucky” López, Jorge “MethodZ” Bancells, and Endika “Sukry” Andres ($12,500)

17/24) Mentality Esports – Nick “Hate” O’Connor, Paul “Tisch” Tischler, Tom “GRVTY” Malin, and Devin “Demise” Faircloth ($12,500)

25/32) Supremacy – Tommy “Eazy” Besse, Nathan “Natshay” Dupuis, Paul “Breszy” Breszynski, and Jean-Baptiste “ATLAS” Duzert ($10,000)

25/32) HavoK Esports – Ethan “FA5TBALLA” Wedgeworth, Michael “Beehzy” Said, Remington “Remy” Ihringer, and Mike “MRuiz” Ruiz ($10,000)

25/32) Team Prismatic – Wailers Locart, Eddy “Malls” Maillard, Arthur “Zayrox” Chabas, and Cédric “TonyJs” Ruault ($10,000)

25/32) Moritori Esports – Mehran “Mayhem” Anjomshoa, Dakota “Nova” Williams, Tristan “Spoof” Green, and Timothy “Phantomz” Landis ($10,000)

25/32) EZG – Saul “Parzelion” Masse-Siguenza, Ricky “Atura” Lugo, Michael “Apox” Williams, and Robbie “RobbieB” Brugnoli ($10,000)

25/32) ZoneGG – Bradley “endurAAA” Hughes, Adam “Defrag” Mathews, Cameron “Cammy” McKilligan, and Luke “Bidz” Biddle ($10,000)

25/32) Tainted Minds – Kainen “Swiftaz0r” Kini, Giancarlo “Nimble” Vagnini, Hayden “Damage” Handakas, and Daniel “Swifty” Hickey ($10,000)

25/32) Epsilon Esports – David “Dqvee” Davies, Stephen “Vortex” Allen, Billy “Hawqeh” Harris, and Jordan “Reedy” Reed ($10,000)