The CWL Sydney Open is this weekend!
You can expect that the very best Australian, New Zealand, and Singapore teams will be competing for $30,000 AUD and a shot at the CWL Pro League.
We have all of the CWL Sydney Open details you need to get ready for this weekend’s action.
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The CWL Sydney Open is the first Major Asia-Pacific LAN event for the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare season.
Pro Points contribute to qualifying for the CWL Pro League, which can turn to a spot in the Call of Duty Championship.
Australian, New Zealand, and Singapore fans are expecting team favorites and a returning regional champion team in this year’s CWL Sydney Open.
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An interesting turn of events in the Sydney Open is that the CWL will include a Best-Of-5 Open Bracket due to the influx of team signups.
You can read the full BO5 rules below.
With a $30,000 AUD cash prize pool and 40,000 in Pro Points to be spread among teams, here is the entire prizing breakdown:
1st – $14,000 + 10,000 PP
2nd – $7,000 + 6,000 PP
3rd – $4,000 + 4,400 PP
4th – $2,000 + 3,600 PP
5th-6th – $1,000 + 3,200 PP
7th-8th – $500 + 2,800 PP
The Tainted Minds, Chiefs, Mindfreak (the 2016 regional champions) are expected to compete with the winners of the 2017 Call of Duty Asia Championship: UnVeil NoVa from Singapore and the runner-up, Rampage from Malaysia.
If the teams Mindfreak and the Chiefs struck a chord with you, then you’ll remember that they played in the CWL Atlanta Open a few weeks back.
Mindfreak had an impressive play at the CWL Atlanta Open alongside with the Chiefs.
The South Pacific underdogs built momentum in the competition while in Atlanta, but because these teams will be back on their home turf we expect them to be in the top 8 by the end of the Sydney Open.
Shifting our focus from Mindfreak and the Chiefs, teams should be aware of Call of Duty Asia Champion UnVeil NoVa from Singapore.
UnVeil NoVa started as a sniping team in 2011, which has grown into the best Call of Duty competitive team in Asia.
Earlier this year, UnVeil NoVa took 1st place at the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Asia Championship. Besting 6 other teams, UnVeil NoVa acquired $12K USD.
Although the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Asia Championship was small, their skills and teamwork could lead them to win the CWL Sydney Open.
We’re excited to see which teams will place in the top 10 of the CWL Sydney Open after this weekend.
Good luck and #GameOn to all of the competitiors! Keep your eyes on the prize.
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