Call Of Duty Las Vegas Open is the very first major of the Open Play-In which determines those four final play teams for the 2019 Call Of Duty Las Vegas Open. This is the first Major International offline tournament for Call Of Duty Black Ops season Four which took place in Las Vegas from 7th to 9th of December.
When it comes to the format of the competition, it features open bracket and pool play matches. The competition’s open bracket teams are determined by the seeding based on Call Of Duty Pro Point teams have earned during the WWII season. These matches are doubled elimination featuring best of three series while best of five series are seen in all qualifying rounds. Those top four winner’s bracket teams advance to the pool play of the competition while those top four loser’s bracket teams advance to the round one of Championship Bracket Loser’s Round.
When it comes to the competition’s Pool Play matches, twenty teams advance here. Top twelve teams come from Call Of Duty Pro League Stage Two while any team which does not retrain three out of four players from their roster are replaced by those teams which have the highest amount of Call Of Duty Pro Points generated during the WWII season.
Pool Play of the Competition
When it comes to the pool play of the competition, four teams advance from the competition’s Play-In stage while the other four teams advance from the competition’s Open Winner’s Bracket stage. This means that the Pool Play features four pools consisting of five teams while the matches’ winners are determined by best of five series.
Those two top teams from every pool advance to the competition’s Championship Bracket Winner’s Round one while a third-placed team is immediately placed in the competition’s Championship Bracket Loser’s Round Three. Then, that fourth-placed team is placed in the competition’s Championship Bracket Loser’s Round Two and finally, a fifth-placed team participates in the competition’s Bracket Loser’s Round One.
When it comes to the competition’s Championship Bracket, it features double elimination matches determined with a best of five series format. This means that top four teams end up qualifying for 2019 Call Of Duty Pro League while those top thirty-two teams qualify for 2019 Call Of Duty Pro League Play-In.
OpTic Gaming Vs. eUnited in the Grand Finals
OpTic Gaming did a truly impressive job in the competition’s Grand Finals coming from the winner’s bracket and scoring an amazing 3-1 semifinal victory against their opponent, eUnited. The truth is that OpTic Gaming almost effortlessly defeated their opponent eUnited in the very first competition of this Black Ops Season four competition.
The winning team was definitely dominating the entire match and this came as no surprise since OpTic Gaming did not lose a single series during the competition. With this latest title won, OpTic Gaming has five titles in their Black Ops tournaments’ history. In their first game against eUnited, their opponent nearly won before a great 130-10 run gave the winning team what they needed to seal their victory.
The team took Destroy and Search by 6-3 before they edged their opponent by 3.2 on their final match against eUnited in this competition. With this victory, Optic Gaming took a massive $100,000 prize as the first-placed followed by eUnited, Splyce, Luminosity Gaming, Team Sween, Lightning Pandas, Evil Geniuses and Str8 Rippin.