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.
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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.
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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.
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The Florida Mutineers used a literal last-second victory to catapult them on a run in Atlanta this weekend that ended with a loss in the championship match to the host team Faze.
The showing earned them 30 points and pushed them into fifth place three events into the Call of Duty League’s inaugural season. The Mutineers have only participated in two of the events so far.
The team had to rally after dropping its opening match to the London Royal Ravens 3-1 in the initial double-elimination portion of the schedule.
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The Florida Mutineers will have some decorated firepower for the upcoming season of the Call of Duty World League.
Preston “Prestinni” Sanderson, who has earned $1.4 million in Call of Duty World League prize money since July, will lead a squad that also includes a two-time Halo world champion and three Call of Duty veterans.
The team will be led by coach Ricky “Atura” Lugo and general manager Tom “OGRE2” Ryan, who himself has been called the best Halo player of all time.
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