Eight teams will compete in Season 3 of the EU Challengers Elite series.
Four of those teams have already qualified by placing in the top four of Season 2.
The other four teams will all qualify from a 16-team bracket on April 30, 2022.
Here are the teams that have made it:
Toronto Ultra Academy EU
Minnesota Rokkr Academy
Qualified from bracket
Here are the four teams that have qualified from the 16-team bracket.
dos tontos y medio
The former Sukry’s Bakery will join their fellow Spaniard in qualifying for the Elite. Sukry left the team after Minnesota’s LAN event but the team still look incredible.
JurNii has come into the squad and they’ve qualified for the Elite on the first time of asking. They beat French team Sileo Synes in a clean 3-0 sweep to qualify for the EU Challengers Elite Season 3.
Nick Nolson has returned to Call of Duty and has done so with a bang. After a fine performance at the Minnesota LAN event, he’s come into this team to play alongside Niall and co. and they’ve managed to pretty easily make it through the qualifiers.
They beat “Prawn Sandwich” in their qualification match, sending Gabe “Aroma” Hamshaw and co. down to the lower bracket to have a second shot at qualification.
It was pretty routine for them in the end, taking their last series 3-1 with a couple dominant Hardpoint maps on Berlin and Bocage.
The French also manage to get themselves some representation in the Elite. Cobra is the standout here as he showed his immense quality at times on the day.
This is a squad that has been together as a unit for some time and it shows with the teamwork that they display when it comes to matchday.
They beat Seedy, Rezzy, Vital and Cruz in their qualification match in the lower bracket.
Wow. What a week that this team has had.
First they manage to secure themselves the ACCL Toronto Cup and book their ticket to the Major III LAN.
Now they back it up by reverse sweeping Aroma, Chaaxter, Mythix and Keza in the lower bracket qualification match.
A dominant Tuscan SND to finish things off was all that was needed to see Mystaken round out the competition for Season 3 of the EU Elite.
Follow along with the Rotation’s journey: