This is it, the final chance for teams to shine or falter in Stage 2. After the intensely competitive weeks of Stage 2 regular play, it’s time for squads to step up and focus everything they’ve learned into LAN tournament competition.
The Stage 2 Finals take place this weekend from July 14th – 17th in Burbank, California, with all three regions competing in three separate regional tournaments. The top eight teams in North America, six in Europe, and four in Australia/New Zealand meet head-to-head to prove who’s ready for international competition in the upcoming Call of Duty Championship 2016.
Brackets are as follows:
The Stage 2 Finals weekend schedule will feature four matches per day:
Thursday, July 14:
Friday, July 15:
Saturday, July 16:
10am PDT/1pm EDT: EU Semifinal 1 – Team Infused vs Splyce/Supremacy
12:30pm PDT/3:30pm EDT: EU Semifinal 2 – HyperGames vs Epsilon eSports/Millenium
3pm PDT/6pm EDT: All-Star Match
7pm PDT/10pm EDT: ANZ Grand Finals
Sunday, July 17:
10am PDT/1pm EDT: EU Grand Finals
12:30pm PDT/3:30pm EDT: NA Semifinal 1
3pm PDT/6pm EDT: NA Semifinal 2
5:30pm PDT/8:30pm EDT: NA Grand Finals
Saturday All-Star Match
In addition to regular tournament competition, Saturday will host the S&D All-Star Match featuring the top-voted players from every Finals team. Fans will be able to vote for one representative from each team and these players will be randomly drawn into our four All-Star teams. Due to scheduling, players in the ANZ Grand Finals will be exempt from the contest in order to warm up for their match. A $500 donation will be made to the Call of Duty Endowment in the names of the four winning players. Click here for more information on the Call of Duty Endowment.