100 Thieves are the CWL Anaheim champions. They were undefeated throughout the tournament and won back-to-back CWL major titles, proving that they are currently the #1 team in the Pro League.
CWL Anaheim Champions – 100 Thieves Win Back-to-Back Titles
CWL Anaheim lived up to expectations. The top teams made it to Championship Sunday, while the teams that have been struggling throughout the Pro League continue to show weakness at the tournament. In the end, fans would get to see the first appearance of Gen.G in the finals, taking on the CWL London Champions, 100 Thieves.
100 Thieves had a flawless tournament leading up to the finals. Gen.G had a more difficult path, finding themselves fighting for a spot in the finals by going through the losers brackets finals against OG, and winning a close series. Gen.G didn’t perform too bad in the tournament, beating some notable teams along the way.
100 Thieves already beat Gen.G twice in the tournament and swept them 3-0 in the Winners Bracket Finals. Now both teams would meet for a third time at CWL Anaheim. Here’s the breakdown of the finals.
- Austin “SlasheR” Liddicoat
- Sam “Octane” Larew
- Kenny “Kenny” Williams
- Preston “Priestahh” Grenier
- Ian “Enable” Wyatt
- Colt “Havok” Mclendon
- Dylan “Envoy” Hannon
- Michael “MajorManiak” Szymaniak
- Jared “Nagafen” Harrell
- Chance “Maux” Monclvaez
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First Match: Hacienda – Hardpoint
100Thave been consistent in every Hardpoint match they’ve played, and they have been undefeated on Hacienda. Although 100 Thieves came out strong, Gen.G eventually kept things even all the way to the end, but 100 Thieves was just too strong and pulled off the first match win.
- 100 Thieves win 250-177
Second Match: Arsenal – Search and Destroy:
100T leads all teams in the Pro League in Search and Destroy stats; Gen.G had a great start, taking the first round in convincing fashion. 100 T were playing their first Arsenal map in the tournament, and Gen.G were looking to take advantage of that. However, 100 T was just too strong, winning the second match.
- 100 Thieves win 6-3
Third Match: Frequency – Control:
The match started off with both teams neck-at-neck. However, 100 Thieves’ best game mode is Control, and Gen.G would need to come off aggressive at the start to have any chance. Gen.G did take the first round and second round. 100T found back and took round 3, but Gen.G were on a mission and won the match.
- Gen.G wins 3-1
Fourth Match: Frequency – Hardpoint:
Both teams were showing some highlight reels, capturing hardpoints equally and having some of the most intense gunfights we’ve seen in the series. But in the end 100T proved they were the true champions and won the match.
- 100T Win
100 Thieves CWL Anaheim Champions
After going undefeated in the tournament, 100T proved they were just too strong for the competition, beating out Gen.G 3-1. They have captured their second CWL Major title back-to-back, are now favorites to win the CWL World Championships after their performance.