The Dark Prince Rises: The Los Angeles Tigers win their second match of the Call of Duty League

The Los Angeles Tigers beat the London Royal Ravens in the opening match of the CDL’s Major Three qualifiers to secure a much-needed victory in the Call of Duty League.

Thieves recently swapped roles between Draza and Kenny before the Pro-Am Classic, in which they finished second behind the New York Subliners. In a handful of post-swap matches, LAT seems to have improved dramatically. Today’s sweep could also be a sign that the Royal Ravens will need an adjustment period after Gismola recently benched on Harry’s side.

The Tigers opened the series with a 250-214 victory over Gavutu Hardpoint. Completing with 1.22 K / D performance and 28 Kills, Octane proved to be the difference for LAT. Berlin Search and Destroy not only gave the Tigers a 2-0 lead in the series by winning the map, but also broke a five-game losing streak over Berlin. Going 14-3 on the whole map, the messenger came for his team.

Berlin will be the third and final map of the series for control, the same map and mode on which the thieves encountered London just a week ago. The Ravens took control of one round, while the LAT completed a clean sweep with a 3-1 victory in the control.

The first week of Los Angeles ends on Sunday, May 15 against the Minnesota RØKKR, while London will face the last-placed Paris Legion tomorrow.

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