Here are the 28 teams that have qualified for the 2019 CWL Pro League play-in tournament

These teams will get their shot at the 2019 CWL Pro League in January.

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Although only the top four teams at the CWL Las Vegas Open clinched spots in the 2019 CWL Pro League, 28 others will have a chance to make it into the top league in Call of Duty esports.

OpTic Gaming, Splyce, eUnited, and Luminosity became the first four teams to qualify for the 2019 CWL Pro League with top four placings at this weekend’s CWL Las Vegas Open. The 28 teams that placed between fifth and 32nd, while not making the pro league, qualified for the play-in tournament that will take place from Jan. 16 to 20.

Related: OpTic Gaming defeat eUnited to win CWL Las Vegas 2018

The top 12 teams from that event will be awarded spots in the 2019 CWL Pro League, which will run from February to July. Unlike past years, there is no midseason relegation, meaning the teams that qualify for the league at the beginning of the year will keep their spots until the end of Black Ops 4.

Here are the 28 teams that will compete in the 2019 CWL Pro League play-in next month.

Fifth and sixth

  • Lightning Pandas: Dylan “MadCat” Daly, Joshua-Lee “Joshh” Sheppard, David “Dqvee” Davies, Alex “Alexx” Carpenter, and Adam “Peatie” Peate
  • Team Sween: Shea “QwiKeR” Sweeney, Connor “Weeman” Chilton, Nick Nolson, Dylan Henderson, and Brian “Braaain” Fairlamb

Seventh and eighth

  • Evil Geniuses: John “Xotic” Bruno, Tyler “FeLo” Johnson, Renato “Saints” Forza, Jevon “Goonjar” Gooljar-Lim, and Matthew “Royalty” Faithfull
  • Str8 Rippin: Michael “SpaceLy” Schmale, Chance “Maux” Moncivaez, Michael “MajorManiak” Szymaniak, Jared “Nagafen” Harrell, and Colt “Havok” McLendon

Ninth to 12th

  • Team Envy: Patrick “ACHES” Price, Bryan “Apathy” Zhelyazkov, Adam “Assault” Garcia, Justin “SiLLY” Fargo-Palmer, and Cuyler “Huke” Garland
  • Team Reciprocity: Thomas “Tommey” Trewren, Bradley “Wuskin” Marshall, Sean “Seany” O’Connor, Zach “Zed” Denyer, and Denholm “Denz” Taylor
  • 100 Thieves: Kenny Williams, Maurice “Fero” Henriquez, Ian “Enable” Wyatt, Austin “SlasheR” Liddicoat, and Sam “Octane” Larew
  • Red Reserve: Ben Bance, Joseph “Joee” Pinnington, Rhys “Rated” Price, Trei “Zer0” Morris, and Matthew “Skrapz” Marshall

13th to 16th

  • FaZe Clan: Anthony “Methodz” Zinni, Dillon “Attach” Price, Preston “Priestahh” Greiner, James “Replays” Crowder, and Tommy “ZooMaa” Paparatto
  • UYU: Mehran “Mayhem” Anjomshoa, Dakota “Nova” Williams, Nicholas “Proto” Maldonado, Cesar “Skyz” Bueno, and Tristan “Spoof” Green
  • G2 Esports: Martin Chino, Jacob “Decemate” Cato, Richard “Ricky” Stacy, Rasim “Blazt” Ogresevic, and Brice Faccento
  • Pittsburgh Knights: Christopher “Parasite” Duarte, Adam “GodRx” Brown, Andres Lacefield, Casey “Pandur” Romano, and Dylan “Theory” McGee

17th to 20th

  • Excelerate Gaming: Christopher “ProFeeZy” Astudillo, Ethan “FA5TBALLA” Wedgeworth, Michael “Beehzy” Said, Austin “Believe” Smith, and Mike “MRuiz” Ruiz
  • Heretics KFC: Alejandro “Lucky” López, Juan “JurNii” Antonio González, Jorge “MethodZ” Bancells, Endika “Sukry” Andres, and Adrian “MeTTalZz” Serrano
  • Mazer Gaming: Ted “TeddyRecKs” Kim, Vlad “Ramby” Sanchez, Tanner “Super” Bowen, Alex “Zaptius” Bonilla, and Michael “Apox” Williams
  • Mindfreak: Mitchell “BuZZO” Mader, Cody “Excite” Rugolo, Lincoln “Fighta” Ferguson, Luke “Louqa” Rigas, and Conrad “Shockz” Rymarek

21st to 24th

  • FC Black: Thomas “GRVTY” Malin, Timothy “Phantomz” Landis, Paul “Tisch” Tischler, Tanner “Mosh” Clark, and “Asim”
  • The Imperial: Jordan “Reedy” Reed, Billy “Hawqeh” Harris, Stephen “Vortex” Allen, Tom “Moose” Handley, and Bjarne “Denza” Sleebus
  • Revenge: Eric “JetLi” Phan, Saul “Parzelion” Masse-Siguenza, Carson “Brack” Newberry, Devin “Demise” Faircloth, and Erik “Skilliosis” Martin
  • Tainted Minds: Kainen “Swiftazor” Kini, Daniel “Swifty” Hickey, Hayden “Damage” Handakas, Giancarlo “Nimble” Vagnini, and Jayden “Setzyy” Hewitt

25th to 28th

  • Movistar Riders: Alejandro “PuNi” Navarro, Samuel “Sammy” Mateos, Daniel “Supraaz” Lechuga, Francisco “peLukaa” Javier Rubio, and Daniel “Oney” Flórez
  • Team Divine: Luke “Bidz” Biddle, Josh “Creza” Burman, Robbe “Nevo” Dhondt, Niall Sunderland, and Deleo Devitt
  • Fact Revolution: Gurdip “SunnyB” Bains, Cameron “Cammy” McKilligan, Sam “Chain” Dineley, Adam “Defrag” Mathews, and Jack “Maple” McCartney
  • Overtime Esport: Jean-Baptiste “ATLAS” Duzert, Paul “Breszy” Breszynski, Lucas “rizK” Derambure, Wailers Locart, and Ryan “ZeeK” Lapierre

29th to 32nd

  • Nation of Power: Josiah “JTimp” Timpson, “Juka,” “Mizuno,” “Rampy,” and “Reign6”
  • E6: Jordon General, Steven “Diabolic” Rivero, Matthew “KiSMET” Tinsley, Kade Jones, and Bradley “Frosty” Bergstrom
  • Vodafone Giants: Antonio “TojoR” Jordà, Carlos “Lgend” Pereiras, Iván “YaKo” Rodríguez, Alejandro “Inven” Martin, and Jose “Pepo” Morte
  • OutCold Gaming: Joesph “Destiny” DeLillo, Michael “Vicious” Santos, “Newbz,” “Vivid,” and “Wrecks”