The CWL Dallas Open which is hosted by the Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATVI) came to an end after a thrilling competition OpTic Gaming taking the top place. Teams eUnited, FaZe Clan and Splyce took the first four slots at the tournament that took three days. The completion took place at the Fort Worth Convention Center in Fort Worth in Texas.
OpTic Gaming took the highest number of prizes and secured a chance to participate at Call of Duty World League presented by Global Pro League beginning April 20.
OpTic Gaming, eUnited, FaZe Clan and Splyce took the first to fourth positions respectively. Red Reserve and Team EnVyUs took the fifth and sixth position respectively while Evil Geniuses and Luminosity Gaming took the seventh and eighth positions.
More teams are expected to join OpTic Gaming in the CWL Global Pro League. North America will be represented by nine teams; Europe will be represented by six teams and Asia-Pacific will be represented by one team.
The teams will be competing for a chance to have a portion of the $1.4 million CWL Global Pro League prize which is part of the $4 million prize for the 2017 season.
Among the teams from North America are Aches, Assault, Ricky and Lacefield in the Cloud9 category, Gunless, Arcitys, Prestinni and Silly in the eUnited category. MRuiz, Kade, Prodo and General (Enigma6 category), Havok, Negafen, Nameless and Studdy (Evil Geniuses category), Enable, Zoomaa, Attach and Clayster (FaZe Clan category), Classic, Slacked, Octane and Saints (Luminosity Gaming category).
Europe will be represented by Elevate, Epsilon, Fnatic, Millenium, Red Reserve and Splyce.
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