Call of Duty Championship 2015 Final Placings

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A weekend of upsets and unexpected match-ups left day three of the Call of Duty Championship 2015, Call of Duty’s biggest tournament of the year, without the line-up star teams we’re used to seeing later in the final matches.

However, that didn’t stop this year’s finalists, Denial eSports, Team Revenge, and FaZe Red, from delivering a Championship-level performance for audiences watching online and in person here in Los Angeles, California at the L.A. Live Entertainment Complex.

Day three consisted of the Upper Bracket Final in the morning, the Lower Bracket Final in the afternoon, and was followed by an intense Grand Final in the evening. In the end, James “Clayster” Eubanks, Dillon “Attach” Price, Jordan “JKap” Kaplan, and James “Replays” Crowder of Denial eSports were crowned the 2015 Call of Duty World Champions after facing Team Revenge who returned from their previous win in the Lower Bracket Final against FaZe Red.

Denial eSports’ James “Clayster” Eubanks took home the title of the tournament’s Most Valuable Player.

Check out our day two recap to find the final placings of all of the tournament’s competitors and read on to find out how this year’s top three teams performed in day three.

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Day Three Recap

Upper Bracket Final – Denial eSports vs. Team Revenge

Denial eSports wins 3-2

Game 1 | Hardpoint on Retreat – Denial eSports wins 225-188

Game 2 | Search and Destroy on Bio Lab – Team Revenge wins 6-4

Game 3 | Capture the Flag on Ascend – Denial eSports wins 3-2

Game 4 | Uplink on Detroit – Team Revenge wins 10-9

Game 5 | Search and Destroy on Solar – Denial eSports wins 6-4

Lower Bracket Final – FaZe Red vs. Team Revenge

Team Revenge wins 3-1

Game 1 | Hardpoint on Bio Lab – Team Revenge wins 233-218

Game 2 | Search and Destroy on Solar – Team Revenge wins 6-5

Game 3 | Uplink on Detroit – FaZe Red wins 11-10

Game 4 | Capture the Flag on Retreat – Team Revenge wins 3-1

Grand Final – Denial eSports vs. Team Revenge

Denial eSports wins 3-2

Game 1 | Hardpoint on Detroit – Denial eSports wins 250-123

Game 2 | Search and Destroy on Drift – Team Revenge wins 6-0

Game 3 | Uplink on Comeback – Team Revenge wins 12-8

Game 4 | Capture the Flag on Bio Lab – Denial eSports wins 6-2

Game 5 | Search and Destroy – Denial eSports wins 6-4

Final Top Three Placings

Third Place Finalists – $120,000

FaZe Red

Aches      | Patrick Price

SlasheR  | Austin Liddicoat

Parasite | Chris Duarte

Enable    | Ian Wyatt

Second Place Finalists – $200,000

Team Revenge

Remy       | Remington Ihringer

Nagafen  | Jared Harrell

Faccento | Brice Faccento

Aqua        | Ulysses Silva

Call of Duty 2015 World Champions – $400,000

Denial eSports

Clayster | James Eubanks – MVP

Attach    | Dillon Price

JKap        | Jordan Kaplan

Replays  | James Crowder

IMG_1995Sledgehammer Games studio head Michael Condrey presents 2015 Call of Duty World Champion Denial eSports with their first place, $400,000 cheque. More pictures on our Facebook page.

In conclusion, the Call of Duty Championship 2015 was easily the most exciting championship to-date thanks to the blazing fast, Exo-powered gameplay of Sledgehammer Games’ Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. It allowed for some never-before seen strategies, as well as a display of an even higher level of skill in gun-on-gun combat. Uplink stole the show as the game mode that got the biggest reaction from fans at the tournament and was home to some of the closest matches in the championship.

Whatever Treyarch’s got planned for their upcoming Call of Duty title, we can’t wait to see how the Call of Duty Championship will play out next year. Be sure to follow MP1st for more Call of Duty news, announcements, and coverage.

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