The second stage of the CWL Pro League is well underway, and British team Red Reserve are currently at the top of the table after two weeks of competition. Jon Nicholson reports on the action.
The CWL Pro League is the first time that Red Reserve have been action since adding Matty “Skrapz” Marshall to the team. His impact has already been notable, boasting the highest Search and Destroy K/D ratio in the division.
The UK side have outclassed some of the best North American teams thanks to their superior slaying and overall co-ordination.
— Red Reserve (@RedReserve) May 24, 2018
Other UK teams struggling
As for the other UK teams, performances have been far from perfect. Despite some incredible clutches from Jordan “Jurd” Crowley, Splyce are still struggling to find their feet in Division A. With a 3-4 record, a big week is needed if they are to make it into the playoffs.
The woes for Epsilon have continued into stage two. Still without a win after their first set of games, they have a lot of work to do if they are to recover what has been a terrible season in Call of Duty.
Although they are yet to win a series, they came agonisingly close to beating Splyce but fell short to make them the only team without a victory so far.
Division B of the Pro League begins on May 29th and will feature Unilad Esports as the sole European team, in a division that is filled with top international talent.