100 Thieves wins CWL Anaheim

100 Thieves raises the trophy at CWL Anaheim. Eric Ananmalay/ESPAT Media

100 Thieves toppled Gen.G twice on Sunday, including 3-1 in the grand final, to win the $125,000 grand prize at Call of Duty World League Anaheim in California. This was a back-to-back win for 100 Thieves after they won CWL London last month.

The two teams began the day in the upper bracket, with 100 Thieves sweeping the first of their best-of-five meetings to automatically qualify for the final. Gen.G then needed to beat OpTic Gaming for their shot at a rematch, and they narrowly obliged by a 3-2 margin.

The end result in the Grand Final was the same as 100 Thieves went undefeated out of Pool D during the double-elimination event.

Gen.G, also in Pool D, takes home $80,000 as the runner-up.

OpTic battled through the lower bracket Sunday for their shot at the grand final. They defeated eUnited 3-1 before taking down FaZe Clan 3-2. FaZe had earlier captured a 3-0 sweep victory over Enigma6.

Here are the final standings of CWL Anaheim:

  • 1. $125,000 - 100 Thieves

  • 2. $80,000 - Gen.G

  • 3. $50,000 - OpTic Gaming

  • 4. $25,000 - FaZe Clan

  • 5-6. $15,000 - eUnited, Enigma6

  • 7-8. $7,000 - Team Heretics, Splyce

  • 9-12. No payout - Units, Team Reciprocity, Elevate, Luminosity Gaming

  • 13-16. No payout - Midnight Esports, Team Envy, Evil Geniuses, UYU