Toronto Ultra and Minnesota ROKKR will join the Atlanta FaZe and Dallas Empire for the final day of the Call of Duty League’s Stage 2 Major after advancing through the lower bracket on Saturday.
Atlanta advanced to Sunday’s Grand Finals by beating Dallas 3-1 in the winners bracket final.
That result dropped the Empire down to the elimination finals. The winner of Toronto-Minnesota in Round 5 Sunday will move on to face the Empire for a shot at the Grand Finals.
If Dallas advances, it would create a rematch of last month’s Stage One Major finals, in which the FaZe took down the Empire 5-2.
The victorious team will earn 75 CDL points and a grand prize of $200,000. The Grand Finals will be the first team to five wins, after the rest of the series featured best-of-five matchups.
In Saturday’s action, Minnesota upset OpTic Chicago in Round 4 with a 3-2 series win. Minnesota trailed in the final Search and Destroy 5-3 before mounting its first comeback. Then, with Chicago at a 3-1 man advantage, Minnesota’s Lamar “Accuracy” Abedi secured a triple kill to take both the map and the series.
Toronto swept the Los Angeles Thieves 3-0 in Round 4 to advance.
The Grand Finals are scheduled for 6 p.m. Eastern Sunday.
Call of Duty League Stage 2 Major prize pool and points distribution
1. $200,000, 75 CDL points
2. $120,000, 60 CDL points
3. $80,000, 50 CDL points
4. $40,000, 40 CDL points
5-6. $20,000, 30 CDL points — OpTic Chicago, Los Angeles Thieves
7-8. $10,000, 20 CDL points — Seattle Surge, New York Subliners
9-10. no money, 10 CDL points — Florida Mutineers, London Royal Ravens
11-12. no money, no CDL points — Los Angeles Guardians, Paris Eternal
–Field Level Media