Splyce emerge as the Stage 1 CWL Global Pro League champions
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Splyce emerge as the Stage 1 CWL Global Pro League champions


Aussies will have their time to shine soon...

Splyce emerged victorious in last weekend’s CWL Global Pro League Stage 1 playoffs, taking most of the available $700,000 USD prize pool.

“Splyce came into the weekend as the sole representative of any teams outside of North America and they showed up in a massive way, striking early and refusing to slow down,” MLG Call of Duty play-by-play caster Chris Puckett said of the Grand Finals winner. “In the Grand Finals, it was a superstar show from all four Splyce pros – including team newcomer Trei ‘Zer0’ Morris, who captured MVP honours.”

CWL Global Pro League Stage 2, beginning on 30 June, will feature the top 12 teams from Stage 1 — including Australia’s own Mindfreak. There is a chance another APAC team will qualify for Stage 2; we’ll have to wait for the results of a Relegation Tournament against the bottom-placed Stage 1 teams.

Additionally, Last Chance Qualifiers will provide unplaced teams the chance to participate in the 2017 CWL Championships. The APAC Last Chance Qualifiers run over 7-9 July in Melbourne., with Asia Pacific’s top 16 competing for two places at the CWL Championships. Those teams who wish to register for the event can do so here.

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