CompLexity dominates $1M 2014 Call of Duty Championship

Professional competitive gaming team CompLexity went up against six teams on Championship Sunday to win the second annual  2014 Call of Duty Championship and its $400,000 grand prize.

CompLexity, which includes Patrick "Aches" Price, Tyler "TeePee" Polchow, Damon "Karma" Barlow and Ian "Crimsix" Porter, defeated EnVyUs in the Championship Final Round today.

CompLexity scored wins over both U.K.-based TCM Gaming and U.S.-based XFinity in 3-0 matches during round one and two, respectively, and FaZe in round three. The team's 6-0 win over OpTic in round four advanced them to the Championship Final Round against EnVyUs.

In a 12-map winning streak leading up to the Championship match, EnVyUs scored wins against notable teams such as Team Kaliber, Epsilon eSports, VexX Revenge, Strictly Business, OpTic Gaming and Australian team Trident Dotters who came in fifth. EnVyUs is Joe "Merk" Deluca, Ray "Rambo" Lussier, Jeremy "Studyy" Astacio and Anthony "Nameless" Wheeler.

The full list of finalists for the 2014 Call of Duty Championship is as follows:

1st: compLexity, $400,000
2nd: EnVyUs, $200,000
3rd: OpTic Gaming, $120,000
4th: Strictly Business, $100,000
5th: Trident T1dotters, $70,000
6th: FaZe, $50,000
7th: Rise Nation, $35,000
8th: VexX Revenge, $25,000

The second annual Call of Duty Championship tournament ran March 28 -30 in Los Angeles, where teams competed for $1 million in prizes. Qualifying took place through online tournaments and live regional finals that ran from late February and early March in Australia, the U.K. and the U.S. You can watch the World Champion replays and highlights on the Major League Gaming website.

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