CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 - Playoffs
Columbus, Ohio
With $700,000 on the line, the best teams in Call of Duty will compete for a chance at the Stage 2 Playoffs crown.

Event Dates:
July 28, 2017 through July 30, 2017

Teams In Competition
  • There are no teams assigned to this event.
Event Scores
  • There are no matches assigned to this event.
Final Placements
  • There are no final placements posted yet for this event.
Recaps Of This Event

Latest News
Read the latest news about players competing in CWL Global Pro League Stage 2 - Playoffs

Inconsistent slaying performance hampers eUnited
August 3, 2017
SiLLy needs to learn to be more consistent with his slaying power, as he only notched an overall KD of 53/56 in eUnited's Winner's Final match in the Stage 2 Playoffs.
ANALYSIS
SiLLy had moments of brilliance during eUnited's match against Team EnVyUs in the Winner's Finals, but those were easily cancelled out by lackluster play elsewhere. For example, early in Round 1 Hardpoint SiLLy was a slaying machine, but when he got to around the 10-kill mark he started losing control and only ended up with a mere 15/22 for the round. SiLLy didn't really have any standout moments in Round 2 Search & Destroy, only scoring a KD of 4/7 as eUnited only won a couple of games that round. Finally, in Round 3 Uplink, SiLLy had a chance to shine as he scored a very impressive KD of 34/27, but a failure to put any points on the board or even advance the ball towards the enemy goal did not help eUnited's odds at all.
Not his usual slaying self
August 3, 2017
Prestinni was simply off his game as he fell to Team EnVyUs's assault in the Winner's Finals match of the Stage 2 Playoffs, only notching an overall KD of 47/65.
ANALYSIS
Prestinni usually is one of the slaying stars of eUnited, but today just wasn't his day. Round 1 Hardpoint was especially difficult for Prestinni, as he only scored a KD of 17/27 and got a mere 10 seconds of Hardpoint control time, while Team EnVyUs beat them by almost 100 points. Prestinni managed to fare slightly better in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where he broke even with a 6/6 KD, but again Team EnVyUs would handily trounce them by a four-game lead by the end of the round. Round 3 Uplink was a situation where Prestinni simply could not keep himself alive, as he only notched a KD of 24/32 in a surprisingly low-scoring game, a game in which Team EnVyUs would barely win, shunting eUnited to the Losers Bracket.
Brings the kills, but not the passion
August 3, 2017
Clayster, despite scoring an overall KD of 54/52, was not his usual fiery, loud self, and that had a negative effect on eUnited during the Winner's Finals match of the Stage 2 Playoffs.
ANALYSIS
Clayster was counted on to do well in eUnited's match against Team EnVyUs, and while he did bring the kills, for some reason he wasn't his energetic, boisterous self for this match, and it cost his team some motivation. It's hard to say why this happened, but it was clear from Round 1 Hardpoint that his heart wasn't in it, for while he did stay positive with his KD of 22/19, his failure to motivate his team was evident as eUnited was defeated that round by almost 100 points. The same story repeated itself during Round 2 Search & Destroy, where Clayster brought the kills once again with an 8/6 KD, but not the passion. Clayster finally succumbed in Round 3 Uplink, where a 24/27 KD was indicative of his apparent apathy. What sapped the energy away from Clayster that series we may never know, but he needs to get his groove back.
Gets slaughtered by a lack of drive
August 3, 2017
For some reason, Arcitys wasn't feeling the hype of being in the Winner's Finals of the Stage 2 Playoffs and it cost him and eUnited, as he only scored an overall KD of 43/58.
ANALYSIS
Arcitys has been one who fed off the energy of his entire team, especially recent addition Clayster, but that energy was absent this series against Team EnVyUs. Arcitys started off well enough in Round 1 Hardpoint, where he'd get a positive KD of 24/22 and the most Hardpoint control time of his team at 1:07. But despite his decent performance there Team EnVyUs would still clobber them by almost 100 points. That must've demoralized Arcitys right then and there, because in Round 2 Search & Destroy he'd fare much worse with a mere KD of 3/7. Arcitys would attempt to revitalize things in Round 3 Uplink, where he'd be the only one to score on eUnited with a dunk, but a lackluster KD of 16/29 indicated he was defeated already in terms of morale, as Team EnVyUs would banish them into the Losers Bracket in a 3-0 sweep.
A Search & Destroy murderer
August 3, 2017
SlasheR's Search & Destroy performance against eUnited in the Winner's Finals of the Stage 2 Playoffs was something akin to a war movie, as he notched a monstrous overall KD of 60/44.
ANALYSIS
If you were eUnited facing off against SlasheR and Team EnVyUs this day, it might has well been a horror movie. Like any decent horror movie antagonist, SlasheR had a slow start during Round 1 Hardpoint, where he only scored a 20/19 KD and 1:13 of Hardpoint control time. SlasheR reached his climax, however, in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where SlasheR's body count would reach an unspeakable KD of 14/3. He clutched many games where the odds were against him in terms of players alive, often expertly fighting off enemy players in 1-vs-2 or 1-vs-3 scenarios. SlasheR would end eUnited's hopes of a happy ending for themselves in Round 3 Uplink, where a dunk and a KD of 26/22 would sink any hopes of a comeback.
A slaying machine in the respawn game modes
August 3, 2017
Apathy was the best slayer of his team in the respawn game modes against eUnited in the Winner's Final of the Stage 2 Playoffs, scoring an impressive overall KD of 61/56.
ANALYSIS
Apathy's slaying game was on point in the respawn game modes, although his Search & Destroy performance might be a potentially exploitable weakness in the future. He came out swinging in Round 1 Hardpoint, easily keeping eUnited from taking key Hardpoints and notching a 26/21 KD for himself. As mentioned before, his Search & Destroy play needs work, for during Round 2 Search & Destroy for this series he would only wind up with a negative KD of 2/8, often the first to die in many of the games of that round. Apathy would make up for it in Round 3 Uplink, for while he didn't score any points in this surprisingly low-scoring game, his expertly gained KD of 33/27 would be the dagger in the heart of eUnited's hopes of avoiding the Loser's Bracket.
Plays the objectives to expert ability
August 3, 2017
A focus on objectives doesn't bring the kills, as JKap's overall KD of 48/46 demonstrates, but it helps win the series over eUnited in the Winner's Final of the Stage 2 Playoffs.
ANALYSIS
JKap wasn't the star slayer, but he didn't have to be as his contributions to objective handling were invaluable. During Round 1 Hardpoint, for example, he spent the most time at the Hardpoint with 2:02, contributing the most points towards his team that round as he scored a respectable KD of 19/17. In Round 2 Search & Destroy, JKap was the one who planted the bomb, and he managed to do so twice during the round, scoring a 3/5 KD for his trouble. Perhaps his most valuable contribution was during Round 3 Uplink, for while his 26/24 KD is notable, he did put a toss on the board for Team EnVyUs, and that one-point lead would prove to be the nail that kept eUnited's coffin firmly shut, even as SlasheR scored a dunk near the end that would seal the series 3-0 in Team EnVyUs's favor.
Trails behind SlasheR, but still brings the kills
August 3, 2017
John's skills as a slayer, with an overall KD of 61/51, trailed a little bit behind teammate SlasheR in the Winner's Final match against eUnited in the Stage 2 Playoffs.
ANALYSIS
John may be in SlasheR's shadow, but John's contribution to Team EnVyUs is still valuable. In Round 1 Hardpoint, he brought a 25/21 KD as well as 49 seconds of Hardpoint control time, his KD narrowly beaten by Apathy but his objective control time easily beating Apathy's total. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him rack up the kills to have a total second only to Slasher, getting an overall KD of 7/5. In Round 3 Uplink, John was the first to score a dunk in what would be a surprisingly low-scoring round of Uplink, and that dunk would enable Team EnVyUs to stay one step ahead of eUnited through much of the match, as John scored a KD of 29/25. The end result would be a defeated eUnited and Team EnVyUs advancing to the Grand Finals.
An all-around mediocre performance
July 31, 2017
Jurd fades into the background, notching only an overall KD of 38/55, as a less-than-stellar performance dooms Splyce to fall to Luminosity Gaming 3-0 on Day 1 of the Stage 2 Playoffs.
ANALYSIS
Jurd's performance against Luminosity Gaming can only be summed up as "average," and average doesn't make championships. Jurd's slide into mediocrity began in Round 1 Hardpoint, where he only notched a 13/19 KD and 0:34 seconds of objective control time, easily letting Luminosity get away with putting Splyce into the 100-point club. Jurd didn't fare too well in Round 2 Search & Destroy either, for while he started off well enough to help Splyce get an early lead over Luminosity, that lead quickly fizzled as Jurd only notched a KD of 5/9 in the end. Jurd attempted to redeem himself on Round 3 Uplink, as he contributed a dunk and a toss onto the scoreboard of Splyce, but Luminosity ended up beating Splyce's score by one point, and Jurd's KD of 20/27 that round didn't help.
Bounces back after a rough Hardpoint, but not enough
July 31, 2017
Bance attempted to redeem himself after a rough Hardpoint game, earning an overall KD of 47/54, but it wasn't enough to prevent Splyce from losing to Luminosity Gaming on Day 1 of the Stage 2 Playoffs.
ANALYSIS
Bance did not have a good Round 1 Hardpoint. He was consistently outslayed by Luminosity Gaming and generally could not stay alive, only notching a pitiful KD of 10/22, easily the worst of his team that round. Bance tried to make things right in Round 2 Search & Destroy, and early on it looked as if he could do it, as Splyce was up 4-2, but Luminosity quickly broke down Splyce's offensive. Luminosity Gaming won that round despite Bance's impressive KD of 11/7. Finally, in Round 3 Uplink, Bance was simply put out of his misery, for despite his valiant efforts in the form of a 26/25 KD and two dunks, Splyce failed to win by a margin of just one point, as Luminosity closed out the series in a 3-0 victory over Splyce.