Feb 3 2017 - 1:56 am
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Over 40 Teams Confirmed for the CWL Paris Open

The teams who will be participating in the next ESWC event have been confirmed.
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The teams who will be participating in the next ESWC event have been confirmed. The Esports World Cup (ESWC) will be hosting the Call of Duty World League 2017 Paris Open from Feb. 17-19. As of Feb. 2, 41 teams have registered to compete in the French event, which will take place in the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles in Paris, France. There are 35 open bracket spots left to fill for the event.  

Many of the set teams reign from countries all over Europe, such as Germany, Spain, France, Austria, Italy, and the United Kingdom. Twelve teams originate from the UK and two are from Germany. Austria, France, Italy, and Spain all have one team representing their respective countries so far. Those teams include:

  • A Team Has No Name of the United Kingdom
  • Aerox Esports of the United Kingdom
  • Black Forest Games of Germany
  • Bulldog Esports of the United Kingdom
  • ExilliumGaming of the United Kingdom
  • Fab Games Esports of Germany
  • iDominaEsports of the United Kingdom
  • LateNightPillowFights of the United Kingdom
  • Orbit of the United Kingdom
  • Splyce of the United Kingdom
  • Syntic Esports of Austria
  • Team Infused of the United Kingdom
  • Team MRN of Spain
  • Team 3G of the United Kingdom
  • TeS Sublime of Italy
  • The Imperial of the United Kingdom
  • Requiem of France
  • Rewind of the United Kingdom

On the North American side of the participating teams, a total of 19 teams will have the stars and stripes on their jerseys in France in two weeks. Canada only has one team prepped for ESWC so far. The teams that will be traveling across the pond for the event include:

  • 3sUP of the United States
  • Cloud9 of the United States
  • Echo Fox of the United States
  • Enigma6 of the United States
  • eUnited of the United States
  • Evil Geniuses of the United States
  • FaZe Clan of the United States
  • Fury Gaming of the United States
  • Insomnia Esports of the United States
  • Lethal Gaming of the United States
  • Pnda Gaming
  • Rise Nation of the United States
  • Red Reserve of the United States
  • Rogue of the United States
  • SetToDestroyX of Canada
  • Team EnVyUs of the United States
  • Team Kaliber of the United States
  • TheGosuCrew of the United States
  • The Gosu Crew Blue of the United States
  • Victory Without Sacrifice of the United States
  • XtroVert Esports of the United States

Once all 96 teams are determined for the event, the structure of the event will be determined to decide how the tournament will be formatted. $100,000 and a whopping 38,900 pro points will be up for grabs during the Feb. 18-19 weekend. Those pro points will be rewarded to the top 64 teams at the event.

More information on how to register for the CWL event can be found by following this link. The tournament is also exclusively reserved for players above the age of 18.


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