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CoD EC Day #1: "What a surprise!"

By Tobias 'T0kEn_' M.
Mar 2, 2014 14:17

ImageDay #1 of Londons Call of Duty European Championship was kicking off with quite a surprising information for SK Gaming. Meanwhile, the other 24 teams fought for a ticket to the $1,000,000 World Championship in Hollywood.

It is the 1st of March 2014 and the European Call of Duty Regional Finals are going on their way. Each of these 26 European teams is just one win away from a ticket to L.A.'s $1,000,000 Call of Duty World Championship. Thus, a lot is at stake and some players play the match of their lives for a chance to win a trip to the beatiful Hollywood Hills.

But before DE SK Gaming could hop into their all decisive game against DE N7 Nation, we received the message that N7 can not compete because of a missing player. Thus, it is officially stated that DE SK Gaming secured their spot in the Call of Duty World Championship in Los Angeles from March 28th to 30th.

Deep into the night, the rest of the teams fought for a spot in the World Finals and here are the results:

SENOFIDK Nordic Qualifier:

Orbit.Sweden 2-3 Reign eSports

IT Italian Qualifier:

Anarchy 0-3 Sublime 1

RUEU Russia/RestofEurope Qualifier:

The Lightning Pandas 3-0 Analis.LA

BENLLU BeNeLux Qualifier:

Real Allstars 3-0 DB Gaming NL

ES Spanish Qualifier:

Ozone Giants 2-3 Wizards

DE German Qualifier:

SK Gaming /-/ N7 Nation (Def-win SK Gaming)
Team NextGen 2-3 KILLERFISH eSport


Orbit.UK 3-0 Team YouTube
TCM Gaming 3-0 Leverage
Aware Gaming 0-3 Total eSports Circuit
Epsilon eSports 3-0 DB Gaming UK

FR French Qualifier:

Vitality Returns 3-0 Millenium
Vitality Rises 3-0 InFamous Theory



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