In Call of Duty League Stage Five group play match, after alternating map wins in the first three matches against Florida Mutineers, Toronto Ultra finished the series with an incredible performance on Raid Hardpoint to take series 3-1.
The first three games were played as close as possible. Toronto Ultra won the first map, Garrison Hardpoint, 214-202 before Florida could take on the Hardpoint with time running out. In the second map, the game proceeded to round 11. It was Standoff Search and Destroy map where Florida Mutineers finished being on top while Garrison Control went to round five before Toronto Ultra closed it to 3-2.But during the last map of the series, Toronto Ultra began the Raid Hardpoint with a 149-6 lead.
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Toronto Ultra secure a 3-1 victory against the Florida Mutineers and continue their momentum into the weekend. pic.twitter.com/kKDKirmwlp
Star Toronto player Cammy said that they were reasonably happy. Florida Mutineers were not an easy team to beat and they played both Hardpoints. He stated that Control was a bit sloppy, but they managed to get the job done.
Cammy scored 0.99 K/D throughout the series' four games. This includes an outstanding 1.56 K/D in game three. Although, it was the teammates' Insight and Bance who led the way in the kill for the Ultra. Insight scored 1.16 overall K/D while Bance scored 1.21 K/D. Toronto heads to 4-0 in Stage Five group play. The map count is 12-2.
Flordia Mutineers gave a wonderful performance even though when they had a rough go in game four. The Mutineers are the team who come into form at the right time as the season is ending with the Stage Five Major. Losing against Toronto Ultra sets a record for Mutineers at 3-1 in group play.
Skyz was the player who tends to set a positive record posting 1.04 K/D over the series’s four maps. Havok had 0.92 K/D and Owakening had 0.96 K/D.