Team Kaliber wins Call of Duty World League Dallas
    By Frankie Price on Dec 25, 2017

    The Call of Duty World League Dallas lacks the magnitude of the biggest eSports competitions, but it is still a very important event for the fans of the first-person shooter. In 2017, the best teams came together at the Kay Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas to play for $80,000. This was just the first prize and much more was up for grabs, providing players with yet another incentive.

    Team Kaliber returned to form after a couple of less successful month and made its way to the final. It wasn’t a smooth ride and they had to overcome some serious opponents, but their competitive team was able to reach the final act of the tournament. There were several changes made to their starting formation and throughout 2017, new players were being added while some veterans were transferred out. At the end of the day, the changes paid off and the team emerged victorious to claim the five digit amount.

    A New Roster, a New Victory

    Team Kaliber played aggressively and they had the players capable of maintaining the same high tempo throughout the matches. Their opponents gave them a run for their money and at some point it looked as if things could go the other way. By keeping their composure and being more accurate in the decisive round, they were able to maintain the distance separating them from the challengers.

    Especially in the decisive stages of the Call of Duty World League Dallas, they were able to elevate their game greatly. This happened at the best possible time, since they took on some of the best CoD squads in North America. OpTic Gaming and Splyce fought hard but eventually bowed out gracefully.

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