CompLexity bounce back in the second week of the CWL National Circuit

After a rough first week, compLexity has returned to the top of the North American circuit.

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After struggling in week one of the Call of Duty World League National Circuit, compLexity Gaming have found their footing and risen to the top of the table.

Going 1-1 in the first week of the United States part of the CWL National Circuit put compLexity at a bit of a disadvantage heading into the second week, where they were scheduled to play against Ghost Gaming, Blast Radius, and Next Threat. Fortunately, the team full of veterans breezed through their three matches in week two, only losing one of their 10 maps.

While compLexity shot back up to the top of the U.S. circuit, Lightning Pandas continued their domination of the Canadian circuit. The team remained undefeated with three wins in week two, all of which were three-game sweeps. LP head into the final week of Stage One with a 15-0 map count.

Here are the complete standings in each circuit following week two of the CWL National Circuit (each team’s series record is followed by their map count in parentheses).

United States

1) compLexity Gaming: 4-1 (12-6)

2) JuKeD: 3-2 (13-8)

3) GGEA Orange: 3-2 (12-10)

4) Next Threat: 3-2 (12-11)

5) Blast Radius: 3-2 (9-9)

6) Enigma6: 2-3 (9-10)

7) GGEA Blue: 1-4 (7-12)

8) Ghost Gaming: 1-4 (5-13)

Canada

1) Lightning Pandas: 5-0 (15-0)

2) Former ExoMoon Gaming: 5-0 (15-6)

3) Swarley’s Team: 2-3 (10-8)

4) EZG Esports: 2-3 (10-10)

5) Gone Gaming: 2-3 (10-13)

6) Prime: 2-3 (8-13)

7) Lethal Gaming: 2-3 (6-11)

8) Morituri Esports: 0-5 (0-15)

United Kingdom/Ireland

1) Braaain’s Team: 5-0 (15-3)

2) Reedy’s Team: 4-1 (13-8)

3) Team 3G: 4-1 (12-8)

4) MarkyB’s Team: 3-2 (13-8)

5) Frost Dragons: 2-3 (10-10)

6) 101st Airborne: 1-4 (8-14)

7) Brash Esports: 1-4 (7-13)

8) Barrage: 0-5 (1-15)

France/Belgium

1) Monaco Esports: 5-0 (15-5)

2) BC Brotherhood: 4-1 (14-5)

3) Supremacy: 4-1 (13-9)

4) Overtime: 3-2 (13-6)

5) B3LA Family Gaming: 2-3 (10-9)

6) Reborn: 1-4 (4-14)

7) Crystal Timeless: 1-4 (3-14)

8) Game Fist: 0-5 (5-15)

Germany/The Netherlands

1) iMPacT Reloaded: 5-0 (15-8)

2) 2nd Wave: 4-1 (13-5)

3) DIVIZON: 3-2 (11-11)

4) eHAWKS: 2-3 (11-11)

5) Team Prismatic: 2-3 (10-13)

6) FC Lahti Menace: 2-3 (9-13)

7) dZ Resurge: 1-4 (9-12)

8) Panic’s Team: 1-4 (8-13)

Spain/Portugal

1) Team Heretics: 5-0 (15-5)

2) Movistar Riders: 4-1 (14-6)

3) Giants Gaming: 3-2 (13-10)

4) Team x6tence: 2-3 (10-10)

5) ECORP: 2-3 (9-10)

6) FEN1X Esports: 2-3 (7-13)

7) eMonkeyz Club: 1-4 (8-14)

8) The G-Lab Addicts: 1-4 (6-14)

Italy

1) Charged Up: 5-0 (15-2)

2) EnD Gaming: 3-2 (12-6)

3) Team Forge: 3-2 (12-10)

4) Team Forge Black: 3-2 (11-10)

5) iDomina Esports: 2-3 (7-9)

6) T3H Esports: 2-3 (8-11)

7) Bulldog Esports: 1-4 (6-14)

8) CyberStorm: 1-4 (4-13)

Australia/New Zealand

1) Taboo: 5-0 (15-4)

2) Tainted Minds: 5-0 (15-4)

3) HRZM: 3-2 (12-8)

4) SYF Gaming: 3-2 (9-7)

5) Lakie’s Team: 2-3 (9-9)

6) Frontline Esports: 2-3 (8-12)

7) F7: 0-5 (4-15)

8) Deleted Gaming: 0-5 (2-15)


The final regular season games in Stage One of the CWL National Circuit will commence on Friday, Feb. 9. The top four teams from each circuit will clinch playoff spots.