The final day of a Call of Duty World League Championship kicked off with a compare that pitted former teammates opposite any other.
Former Rise Nation players Nicholas “Classic” DiCostanzo, Sam “Octane” Larew, and Josiah “Slacked” Berry spent a entirety of Black Ops III with Daniel “Loony” Loza. But today, as a partial of Luminosity Gaming, they degraded their former teammate and separated him from a $1.5 million CWL Championship.
The array began with Throwback Hardpoint, a diversion that Luminosity tranquil with their slaying. Slacked took over a diversion with his 40-kill performance, though his teammates Octane and Renato “Saints” Forza helped out too as they both finished with during slightest 30 kills. On a other side, Rise Nation’s Tyler “FeLo” Johnson did all he could, though his 37 kills weren’t adequate due to Brice Faccento and Ulysses “Aqua” Silva mixing for usually 37 kills.
LG was likely to take a Hardpoint, though they astounded people with their Search and Destroy play on Breakout. Rise had one of a biggest days possible in a diversion mode on Saturday, finishing 5-0 in games and 30-3 in rounds. Despite this, Luminosity dumbfounded Rise and took a diversion behind Octane’s 12-6 scoreline.
Rise fought behind and kept their championship hopes alive for another diversion with a 6-3 Frost Uplink victory. Presumably feeding off a moment, Loony took over in a third map and finished with scarcely 30 kills.
In a final diversion of a series, Scorch Hardpoint, Luminosity’s HP bravery was on arrangement once again. After being down during a median indicate of a game, LG incited it on and ran divided from Rise, notwithstanding Faccento and Aqua resilient from their horrible diversion one. The twin finished with scarcely 50 kills on Scorch, though FeLo struggled this time. His 14-24 scoreline was a misfortune in a whole game, and was a large letdown after such a good initial map.
Rise’s startling contest run is over as they finish in fourth place during a final Infinite Warfare event. With their win, Luminosity’s ancestral losers joint strain continues. They were knocked down to a losers joint after a loss to eUnited in a initial round of a championship joint on Friday, though they have somehow found a approach to win in any of their subsequent 5 matches.
After clinching a tip 3 finish, LG will face off opposite a crook of OpTic Gaming vs. Team EnVyUs after currently for a possibility to play in a Call of Duty World League Championship grand finals.