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Ultra, Subliners, OpTic stay perfect in CDL Major II qualifying

Field Level Media
21 Jan 2023, 11:55 GMT+10

The Toronto Ultra, New York Subliners and OpTic Texas remained unbeaten in Call of Duty League Major II qualifying by recording victories on Friday.

The Ultra (3-0) posted a 3-0 sweep of the Los Angeles Thieves (0-3). The Subliners (2-0) recorded a 3-1 win over the Florida Mutineers (1-2), and OpTic pulled out a 3-2 victory over the Seattle Surge (0-3).

Major II, which will include all 12 Call of Duty League teams, is scheduled to be played in Boston from Feb. 2-5. Qualifying for the event continues through Jan. 29.

Toronto prevailed 250-241 on Mercado Las Almas Hardpoint, 6-1 on Mercado Las Almas Search and Destroy and 3-0 on Breenbergh Hotel Control.

New York opened with a 250-143 win on Zarqwa Hydroelectric Hardpoint before Florida claimed El Asilo Search and Destroy 6-3. The Subliners pulled away by capturing Breenbergh Hotel Control 6-0 and Breenbergh Hotel Hardpoint 250-160.

Seattle jumped on top with a 250-167 victory on Al Bagra Fortress Hardpoint before Texas took Embassy Search and Destroy 6-4 and El Asilo Control 3-1. The Surge pulled even with a 250-146 decision on Breenbergh Hotel Hardpoint, but OpTic prevailed 6-2 on the decisive fifth map, Al Bagra Fortress Search and Destroy.

Action continues Saturday with four matches:

--Boston Breach vs. Vegas Legion

--Los Angeles Thieves vs. London Royal Ravens

--Toronto Ultra vs. OpTic Texas

--Atlanta FaZe vs. Minnesota Rokkr

Call of Duty League Major II qualifying, with match win-loss record and game win-loss differential:

1. Toronto Ultra, 3-0, 8

2. New York Subliners, 2-0, 4

3. OpTic Texas, 2-0, 2

4. Atlanta FaZe, 1-0, 3

5. Boston Breach, 1-1, 2

6. Vegas Legion, 1-0, 1

7. Los Angeles Guerrillas, 1-1, 1

8. Minnesota Rokkr, 1-1, -2

9. Florida Mutineers, 1-2, -3

10. London Royal Ravens, 0-2, -4

11. Seattle Surge, 0-3, -5

12. Los Angeles Thieves, 0-3, -7

--Field Level Media

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