RESULTS: Ghost Gaming Defeats CompLexity Gaming for Spot in Group B – Twin Galaxies (satire) (press release) (blog)

Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page

With a spot in Group B on the line, Ghost Gaming and compLexity Gaming faced off in the open bracket of CWL Atlanta.

Qualifying for pool play is the goal of every open bracket at CWL Atlanta this weekend. Two of these open bracket teams were Ghost Gaming and compLexity gaming, who faced off for a spot in Group B. Ghost Gaming took the 3-1 victory over compLexity Gaming with a 6-1 victory on London Docks Search and Destroy, a 5-1 victory on Ardennes Forest Capture the Flag and a 250-191 victory on Ardennes Forest Hardpoint. Their lone loss in the match was a 250-225 defeat on London Docks Hardpoint. 

Lacefield is looking to take Ghost Gaming as far as possible at CWL Atlanta. (Source: Ghost Gaming)
Lacefield is looking to take Ghost Gaming as far as possible at CWL Atlanta this weekend. (Source: Ghost Gaming)

Andres “Lacefield” Lacefield of Ghost Gaming was confident in his team’s ability to turn things around after losing the first map of the match. 

“We had a large lead and lost it. After the map was over, we talked it over and made sure that we got every single little mistake we had that map out of the way, so that we would know how to play our next Hardpoint. The way that our team can take criticism now is amazing, especially when you have a team that can take criticism like that because there is nothing but up from there.  

With the win, Ghost Gaming now joins the likes of Luminosity Gaming (3-0, 9-2 map count), Team Kaliber (2-1, 8-5 map count), Evil Geniuses (1-2, 4-7 map count) and Team Vitality (0-3, 2-9 map count) in Group B to see who will make it into the playoffs and have a chance to collect the Call of Duty World League Atlanta Open Championship and the lion’s share of the $200,000 prize pool.  

Interested in more CWL Atlanta coverage? Check out which teams Anthony “Methodz” Zinni of Rise Nation believes are his team’s biggest threats at CWL Atlanta. 


You need to be logged in to post a comment.

Source link