Toronto Ultra has put the final stamp on an extremely entertaining movie Call of Duty League Kickoff Classic this weekend, beating the Seattle Surge 3-1 in the grand final of the pre-season tournament.
Toronto has been known a bit since its release Vanguard because they didn’t practice as much as some other teams in CDL due to spending time abroad during the holidays. Toronto head coach MarkyB found himself extremely impressed with the team’s ability to rapidly improve pre-season form.
“We’re a team that works really hard so that’s just all it takes to really come down, is we’re pushing,” he said of his team’s quick win of the Kickoff Classic title. . “About three weeks ago we were destroyed by all the European teams when we returned to Europe for the whole of December. We won the first set last week, so I don’t know if we won. how won. ”
While Toronto may be a mystery in Vanguard, it’s no surprise to see Ultra run through a tournament. They were one of the best teams in the league last year, winning the Major and placing second in the regular season and in the 2021 CDL Qualifiers. Insight, who had a strong rookie season in in 2021, has continued where he left off last year, posting 1.25 K/D while dealing nearly 11,000 damage in four games of the series.
Toronto’s run to the championship has been impressive, taking down an improved Florida Mutineers team, a revamped Los Angeles Thieves team and possibly the most improved team in the entire Seattle league after only started playing against other teams in the league earlier this month.
Despite the loss to Toronto, Seattle had one of the organization’s best records in a tournament since the team began playing in the CDL in 2020. Beating the London Royal Ravens, Atlanta FaZe and New York Subliners in three days is an impressive feat. Even more impressive is the fact that the team has two rookies – Sib and Pred – along with a rookie head coach at Fenix.
While the Kickoff Classic doesn’t award any CDL points, it’s still interesting to see both Toronto and Seattle work their way through a pool filled with the best 12 points. Call of Duty teams around the world.
The Call of Duty The League’s 2022 season officially begins on February 4 when London takes on Florida for the start of Major I qualifying at 2pm CT.
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