It was a rough weekend for the Florida Mutineers.
Exactly how rough and how bad of an effect it has on the team’s chances this season, however, won’t be known until the weekend is over.
The Mutineers were ousted from their own tournament on Saturday, failing to win a game in their two matchups.
The loss means a missed opportunity to move up in the standings, as two teams above them had the week off.
Mutineers bow out of own tournament in quick fashion
Magic Gaming couldn’t capitalize on a series of turnovers committed by Wizards District Gaming early in the fourth quarter Friday, leading to the team’s first loss of the season.
The Magic trailed by 14 points heading into the final period of the decisive game and held the Wizards without a point on their first possession.
But three turnovers in the first 1 minute, 15 seconds of the quarter – during which the Wizards were held scoreless – stopped the Magic from gaining any ground.
Continue reading Magic Gaming lose to Wizards to split two games this week
The Florida Mutineers have some work to do if they want to win their home tournament in the Call of Duty League.
But it’s not something they haven’t done before.
Minnesota ROKKR dominated the Mutineers in a 3-0 sweep on Friday, sending them into the losers bracket of the Florida-hosted tournament.
To come back and win, the team will need to make a run similar to the one they made in their last tournament, when they rattled off four wins in a row to clinch the title.
Continue reading Mutineers will need strong rally to win home event after Day 1 loss to Rokkr
Orlando esports fans could have a full evening ahead Friday night, as two hometown teams take part in crucial battles.
The Florida Mutineers of the Call of Duty League look to stay hot.
They can make a push and improve on their fourth-place standing with a strong showing in its home tournament.
The NBA 2K League’s Magic Gaming, meanwhile, look to make it a clean sweep of the season-opening week in a tilt with Wizards District Gaming.
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A rematch with Minnesota Rokkr this weekend could further propel the Florida Mutineers into the upper echelon of the Call of Duty League.
The team is tied for fourth and two of the three teams in front of them have the week off.
But to get there, the team will have to knock off the team it’s tied with, Minnesota.
The Mutineers used a season-high four-match win streak to claim the title in the Dallas Empire event two weeks ago, beating Minnesota 3-1 in the title matchup and landing them the 10 bonus points that came with it.
Continue reading Scorching Florida Mutineers put win streak on line in ‘home’ Call of Duty League virtual event
Magic Gaming brought out the brooms – and Reid “Reizey” Hill had a small bout of unconsciousness – to finish off a two-game sweep of Bucks Gaming in the team’s season opener on Wednesday.
Hill finished the decisive game with 30 points on 11-of-17 shooting and hit three clutch 3-pointers in the early part of the second half to help close an 11-point first-half gap.
Hill said a familiarity with Bucks Gaming helped the team’s morale, despite heading into halftime trailing by 7.
“I was feeling confident,” he said. “We had no doubt the game was still very much winnable. We had come back against this team before in scrimmages.”
Magic Gaming won the game 66-63 after pulling off a commanding 74-64 win in Game 1.
Continue reading Magic Gaming win season opener as ‘Reizey,’ ‘DT’ go off on Bucks in Game 2; ‘ToXsiK’ plays perfect game 1
Magic Gaming comes into the 2020 season with an interesting mix of high expectations and a chip on their shoulder.
The squad last year missed the NBA 2K League’s postseason by just one game, finishing 9-7 and dropping a key matchup with Grizz Gaming on the season’s final day.
But that team was reshuffled.
Out are Emmanuel “UCManny” Cruz, Cameron “KingCamRoyalty” Ford and Tucker “TuckerLocksUp” Henry.
In are former Pistons GT center Robert “May” May, former Celtics Crossover standout Alex “Profusion” Snowden and Daniel “djbama” Burge.
Continue reading Magic Gaming set to tip off 2020 with lofty goals, ‘chip on their shoulder’
The NBA 2K League’s decision to play the first six weeks of the season remotely is likely only the beginning, Magic Gaming head coach Jonah Edwards said.
The affects of coronavirus caused the league to take a cautious approach, launching its third season using exclusively remote play.
But Edwards said he would not be surprised to see that extended beyond six weeks.
“The league is doing its due diligence, though, of making sure they are prepared,” Edwards said. It’s “just in case something does happen and the crisis (moves) behind us.”
Continue reading Magic Gaming coach Edwards thinks remote play could last more than 6 weeks
Full Sail Armada used a run through the losers bracket Saturday to stay alive in the Call of Duty Collegiate League Championships.
The 12 teams that remain in the 32-team tournament start the next round of play on May 15.
Continue reading Full Sail Armada sails into next tourney round through losers bracket
Magic Gaming head coach Jonah Edwards says being a coach in the NBA 2K League has been something he could never foreseen while working at Best Buy during college.
But now that he’s in it, he’s all in as the squad prepares for the start of the league’s third year on Wednesday.
“It’s all been crazy,” he told the OVG in an interview on Saturday. “It’s definitely like a dream come true to be a part of this.”
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