Everything you need for the CDL LA Home Series, will Atlanta FaZe go back to back?
This is the fourth stop in the Call of Duty League calendar and the third home series tournament following incredible events in London and Atlanta, with the Chicago Huntsmen and Atlanta FaZe dominating proceedings. Now we’re over to Los Angeles, and with the Huntsmen not in action this weekend, can Atlanta go back-to-back and take the top of the table.
We have all your CDL needs covered this weekend in this hub made for the fans, providing you the daily streams, brackets, teams, schedule, updates & rules!
- Read more: CDL LA Preview, Team Changes & Predictions
Day 2 Stream & How to Watch
Day 1 VOD
- Atlanta FaZe
- Dallas Empire
- Florida Mutineers
- Minnesota ROKKR
- Los Angeles Guerrillas
- New York Subliners
- OpTic Gaming Los Angeles
- Seattle Surge
Rules & Format
At each home series 8 of the 10 CDL teams will play out a weekend in a mini-tournament format. The teams will be separated in to two groups of four, competing against each other in to a single-elimination bracket. The winners of round 1 will play in a qualifiers match, whereas the losers will enter a knockout match to determine who will be playing the loser of the qualifiers match. The winner of the 2nd knockout match will proceed, along with the qualifiers match winner, to the Semi-finals. The teams continue the general semi-final to final tournament format until one team is crowned the champions of the series, adding their points to their season total.
Teams earn 10 points for every win and the event winning team will earn an extra 10 bonus points.
For each home series, the points are distributed as per the following:
1st Place – 50 Points
2nd Place – 30 Points
3rd/4th Place – 20 Points
5th/6th Place – 10 Points
7th/8th Place – 0 Points
In the event of a tiebreaker, the winners are determined by the team’s head to head match win percentage, their H2H game win percentage and their overall game win percentage, in their respective orders.
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