Call of Duty World League 2019 - The Final Standings

Wyatt Fossett,

July 6, 2019 5:04 PM

After months of exciting matchups on the Call of Duty World League stage, we've got our final look at the standings for the 2019 season.

There are still two more Majors in the Call of Duty World League season, but as of yesterday, the regular season play has concluded. Now, with a look back at the last few months of crazy top-tier Call of Duty Black Ops 4 play, we have final and definitive league standings chart. 

Standings – Division A

Standings – Division B

With these finalized standings, the only real surprises are that the back-to-back London and Anaheim Champions in 100 Thieves wound up 1 Game behind first place in Division B. The other mild surprise is that an extremely talented (and very recently victorious) line-up for Luminosity Gaming couldn’t manage to dig themselves out of the basement in Division A. 

As recently as the end of the last calendar year, Luminosity Gaming had one of the more feared and fiery Call of Duty rosters the world over. Now, after shaking things up and kicking some high-profile names to the curb, it’s going to be an interesting future for the Esports organization. There has been no word yet as to which (if any) localized Call of Duty franchises Luminosity will be holding come next year when the league shifts to a geo-based team system. 

In just a few weeks time, the top four teams from each division will descend on Los Angeles where the Edwin W. Pauley Pavilion will host the Call of Duty World League 2019 Finals.

With back-to-back Major victories, all eyes will be on 100 Thieves, playing in their hometown, fighting for their first-ever Call of Duty World League Championship.  


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