Vitality
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Falters out the gate
August 17, 2018
Tommey struggled from the beginning and never really found himself throughout the sweep loss to Evil Geniuses that relegated Vitality to the losers bracket on Day 3 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Tommey got off to a slow start in this match and never recovered. He went a paltry 11/27 in Round 1 Hardpoint, as they were crushed 250-86. He never found himself after that, even in their Round 2 Search & Destroy showing that saw them push Evil Geniuses to 10 games. He struggled there. Round 3 Capture the Flag was his best round, as he went 17/22 (leading his team in kills). He did not play particularly well, but he was certainly better than he was in the first two rounds.
Good Search & Destroy, but nothing else
August 17, 2018
Maple struggled outside of the Search & Destroy round of the sweep loss to Evil Geniuses that dropped Vitality to the loser's bracket on Day 3 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Maple and Denza led the charge for Team Vitality in Round 2 Search & Destroy. The duo was very good, and they got them out to a lead and forced Evil Geniuses to 10 games. Outside of that Search & Destroy round, however, Team Vitality struggled. Both Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Team Vitality struggle to slay, as not one player recorded a positive KD in either round. Maple got close in the final round, going 16/17. They were outplayed, simple as that.
Solid Search & Destroy in sweep loss
August 17, 2018
Denza played well in Search & Destroy and struggled elsewhere in the sweep loss to Evil Geniuses that dropped Vitality to the loser's bracket on Day 3 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Denza had a very nice Round 2 Search & Destroy. He and Maple were a very strong duo, as the two paced Team Vitality to a lead. They ended up losing the lead, and losing the round in 10 games, but it was a hard-fought effort. He really struggled in the respawn rounds, as he went 17/26 in their 250-86 Round 1 Hardpoint loss, and 12/18 in their 3-1 Round 3 Capture the Flag loss (he did manage their only flag cap however). He was not alone, as not one player on Team Vitality posted a positive KD in either round. They were outplayed by Evil Geniuses.
Some good in loss
August 17, 2018
Chain did some good, but he had plenty of bad too, as they were swept by Evil Geniuses, as they were dropped to the loser's bracket on Day 3 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Chain led his team in Hardpoint time in Round 1 Hardpoint with 48 seconds, but he did not do much else. He went 16/27, as Team Vitality were blown out 250-86. They never were really close at all, either. Round 2 Search & Destroy was their best round, as they held leads at various points and took Evil Geniuses to 10 games, and Chain had a role in it. He was the third-best player on the team behind Denza and Maple, as he provided solid support and helped them get to 10 games. Round 3 Capture the Flag was closer to the first than the second, even if they lost by just two caps (3-1). They were badly outslain, as they never really threatened to score after that first flag cap.
Teaming with Vitality
July 26, 2018
Denza joined Vitality just prior to the Last Chance Qualifier and helped Vitality earn a spot at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships.
ANALYSIS
Denza teamed with Overtime eSport for the majority of Call of Duty: World War II, only switching to Brash eSports in April. The ladder roster was one of a variety of teams to make a surprising run through the Open bracket at CWL Anaheim, finishing in 17th-20th place. Vitality waited until two days before the start of the Last Chance Qualifier to bring on Denza, but the move worked out well as the organization managed to qualify for CoD Champs through the Last Chance Qualifier.
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Call of Duty
Qualifies for 2017 CoD World Champs
July 3, 2017
Vitality qualified for the 2017 Call of Duty World Championship by virtue of placing in the top six during the European Last Chance Qualifiers.
ANALYSIS
Vitality and Opulent were the final two teams to make it through the European Last Chance Qualifiers, which should say everything that needs to be said in regards to their chances of finishing highly at CoD Champs. Still, it was a nice moment for the simple fact that Shane qualified for yet another CoD Champs, meaning the veteran slayer will have taken part in every one of the major tournaments since its inception.
Call of Duty
Vitality forms new team late in the season
April 9, 2017
Gone for the entire season, Vitality announces a brand new team consisting of Wailers, ShAnE, Zerg and Defrag.
ANALYSIS
Vitality seemed to have dropped Call of Duty after a long absence from the CWL. The organization didn't enroll in any tournament but it seems they were simply waiting for Wailers' return. The new Vitality is still built around its core player Wailers. Zerg, ShAnE and Defrag will make up the rest of the team. All three are very strong talent and were presumably picked on Wailers' preferences. The new Vitality will be entering for the first time at CWL Birmingham this weekend.