The full bracket for Call of Duty Champs 2022 has been confirmed.

The last variable was whether London or Seattle would be playing on their respective sides of the bracket.

LA Thieves’ deep run into the Major 4 tournament in New York meant that they could steal the [3] seed from the grasp of London at the last minute.

New York’s unbelievable run to the Championship Weekend at their home Major has been one of the storylines of the season.

They made an immense winning streak throughout the upper side of the bracket in order to secure the eighth seed for the tournament in LA.

Their wins eventually eliminated the LA Guerrillas, Florida Mutineers and Minnesota Rokkr from contention for Champs.

Paris Legion were eliminated weeks ago, with the team winning just two series all year long.

New York’s Cinderella run at their Major has earned them a round one match against Atlanta FaZe.

They will have to beat one of the best teams in the game in their first match out in LA.

Thieves’ win against FaZe at Major 4 mean that they will start their Champs run against Boston Breach.

OpTic Texas start their run against Toronto Ultra. Ultra will be looking to upset OpTic in the first round of the event.

The two middle seeds are London and Seattle. The Major 3 winners have struggled at other times of the year and will have to go through Europe’s best franchise to play the winner of FaZe and New York.

Winners Round 1 Matches

Atlanta FaZe [1] vs New York Subliners [8]

London Royal Ravens [4] vs Seattle Surge [5]

OpTic Texas [2] vs Toronto Ultra [7]

LA Thieves [3] vs Boston Breach [6]

Call of Duty Championship Weekend runs from August 4-7. The event will run alongside the Challengers Finals in Los Angeles.

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