Team Fury, eRa Gaming, Rogue, and Lethal Gaming qualify for pool play at CWL Anaheim
Roughly 97 teams battled through the grueling open bracket, but only four could advance to pool play at the Call of Duty World League Anaheim Open this weekend.
The open bracket began on Friday, with all of these teams competing against one another in best-of-three series. The final eight teams made it to Saturday morning, where they played a winner-take-all best-of-five series with the pool play spot on the line.
Team Fury, eRa Gaming, Rogue, and Lethal Gaming conquered the open bracket to earn these highly-coveted pool play spots at the CWL Anaheim Open. All of these teams were double-digit seeds in the open bracket, which goes to show just how many upsets have already taken place this weekend.
Lethal Gaming, led by Robert “JuJu” Lamkin, had to take down eRa Eternity and Pnda Gaming to earn their spot in pool play, while Rogue—Brandon “Nelson” McKinney, John “Johnny” Cookson, Casey “Pandur” Romano, and Adam “GodRx” Brown—defeated top teams like Str8 Rippin and Vitality to qualify.