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After another day at the LA Guerrillas Home Series, the Toronto Ultra have defeated the London Royal Ravens. This victory follow the sweeps from Thursday by Dallas and Chicago.

A common trend has seemingly formed among the Call of Duty League teams at the most recent homestand. Every match thus far has ended in a sweep, with none of the series being particularly close. While there was one close map between Toronto and London, the Ultra showed the Ravens have some work to do before the Stage 2 Major.

Toronto Ultra make the Group A standings interesting

There was a slight snafu that occurred yesterday with the Ultra and Cameron “Cammy” McKilligan. However, that didn’t seem to affect either party in today’s match, with Toronto and Cammy showing up and showing out against London.

Cammy performed wonderfully, posting a 1.67 K/D for the series. He made play after play in all three maps, willing the Ultra to a win in the Hardpoint and Search and Destroy. The Scotsman finished with a 1.65 in Hardpoint and 1.71 K/D in Search and Destroy, proving yesterday’s incident didn’t alter his mindset.

On the other side of the battlefield, the London Royal Ravens’ recent hot streak came to a grinding halt. Since the addition of Paul “PaulEhx” Avila, London has performed like a different team, securing wins over the LA Thieves and Guerrillas.

However, it’s clear their season won’t magically turn around in a couple of weeks. No one on the roster performed up to expectations, with PaulEhx’s stats dropping the most. The rookie posted a 0.68 K/D across all three maps, which isn’t going to cut it against most CDL teams.

The Ultra’s win against the Ravens does more than meets the eye. In Stage 2, Toronto has a 2-2 record, which puts them in position to be placed in the winner’s bracket at the Stage 2 Major. Group A could still shake out different ways though, so Toronto still needs to keep playing well at the LA Guerrillas Home Series.

The London Royal Ravens are done at the LA Guerrillas Home Series while the Toronto Ultra play the New York Subliners Saturday, April 3, at 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time.


Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.


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