Here are the confirmed seedings for the Call of Duty Championship Playoffs

Call of Duty League

Following Toronto Ultra’s dramatic victory at the final Home Series of the regular season, the seedings for the Call of Duty League Championship have been decided.

CDL Champs will be a standard double elimination bracket format split into two weekends of competition: the CDL Playoffs (August 19-23) and the Championship Weekend August 29-30). Seedings are simply determined on where teams finished in the standings for the regular CDL Season.

Toronto’s first CDL title saw them surge up the standings into seventh place, meaning they will start in the winners bracket in the playoffs for Champs. The team Ultra beat in the final, Atlanta FaZe, held onto its top spot in the standings and will be the number one seed. This means that FaZe and second seed Dallas Empire will be potentially just one playoff win away from the Championship Weekend. The bottom four seeds from the regular season – LA Guerrillas, Seattle Surge, Paris Legion, and OpTic LA, will be starting in the loser bracket meaning only a faultless run throughout the competition will see then in with a chance of winning Champs.

This is how the standings for the Call of Duty League are following the end of the regular season. It’s worth noting that for teams tied on CDL points, the match win percentage of fixtures between those teams determine which is placed above the other in the standings.

TEAM

CDL POINTS
Atlanta FaZe 280
Dallas Empire 260
Florida Mutineers 230 
Chicago Huntsmen 230
New York Subliners 140
London Royal Ravens  120
Toronto Ultra 120
Minnesota Rokkr 120
OpTic Gaming LA 100
Paris Legion 100
Seattle Surge 50
LA Guerrillas 50

The below tweet from the CoD Gamepedia account shows where each team will now begin their Playoffs journey and the route they need to take to reach the Championship Weekend.

The Call of Duty Championships will see a total prize pool of $4.6 million up for grabs, with the champions of the inaugural season taking home $1.5 million.