Bravado Gaming’s Call of Duty team spent a weekend in London for the Call of Duty World League event. Their excursion marked one of a limited number of times a South African console Call of Duty team have played outside of the homeland. It also saw Bravado Gaming (BvD) carry the flag proudly, making it into the second day of play. Their run may have surprised a few international players, but South African supporters always knew better.

The BvD team’s run – like so many other hopefuls – began in the double elimination open bracket. The battle there rewards teams with their share of $75,000 and a spot against the 16 professional teams on the circuit.

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