COD XP 2016 | Multiplayer Reveals and Champs Results

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This past weekend, the two (yes, two) entries into the Call of Duty franchise for 2016 got their multiplayer reveals from COD XP. With both Infinite Warfare and the remastered Call of Duty Modern Warfare coming this November, it will be interesting to see which gathers the most favour. Meanwhile, the Call of Duty Championships came to their end with one team walking off with $800,000 in cash.

Multiplayer Reveals

While Infinite Warfare certainly seems to not be as alien as many anticipated, the truth of the matter is that the Modern Warfare remaster probably grabbed the hearts of many – old school multiplayer action at its best.

Call of Duty Championships

Meanwhile, how did the teams place in this year’s Call of Duty Championships? And how much did they walk away with? Never fear, the answers to those are below, however this year, it’s probably of interest that two UK teams placed in the top four, possibly marking a slight power shift in the scene.

The finals saw EnVyUs from the US take on the British team Splyce. The match saw some close maps but it was the team from the US that took the series 3-1 with the following scores per map:

  • HP on Fringe: 250-196
  • SnD: 2-6
  • Uplink on Evac: 10-13
  • CTF on Breach: 2-4

Overall Standings:

  • 1st: EnVyUs ($800,000) – USA
  • 2nd: Splyce ($250,000) – UK
  • 3rd: Team eLevate ($150,000) – USA
  • 4th: FAB Games ($120,000) – UK
  • 5th/6th: Cloud9 ($70,000) – USA
  • 5th/6th:Rise Nation ($70,000) – USA
  • 7th/8th: OpTic Gaming ($50,000) – USA
  • 7th/8th: FaZe Clan ($50,000) – USA

If you’re in search of more coverage from COD XP and COD Championships, then we suggest heading to Dexerto.com.

Remember, that locally, there is a Call of Duty World League affiliated event happening, which means South Africa has a chance of featuring at COD XP and COD Championships in the future. So support it any way you can.

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