Call of Duty

The streak goes on

Call of Duty

The streak goes on

Created in 2013, Team Vitality first operated on Call of Duty for two years before making its first appearance on other competitive scene in 2015. For this reason, the Activision's license has a particular place in our history, but this sentence could also be reversed. Indeed, thanks to the performance from our boys last weekend in London, Vitality will compete at the Call of Duty World Championship for the 4th year in a row, meaning we didn't miss a single CoD Champs since our creation.

In 2014, two teams qualified for the CoD Champs on Ghosts. Both of them managed to finish in the second place of their respective group. Vitality.Returns (AzoX, Getsom, dyLux & Agonie) then fell to Trident and VexX to finish top 13-16. In the meantime, Vitality.Rises (Gotaga, BroKeN, Krnage & Diablo) fell to Epsilon and Strictly Business after defeating Team Immunity, recording a top 9-12 placement.

The next year, Vitality.X was the team representing us at Call of Duty Championship 2015 (on Advanced Warfare). After being drawn in the group of OpTic Gaming and Team Orbit, Riskin, dyLux, Getsom & Oxygen placed top 25-32. Last year, on Black Ops 3, the new blood Wailers led Vitality to the CoD Champ 2016. With him, Momentus, Colgate and Carbines were drawn in the group of Cloud 9 and Team EnVyUs and didn't manage to come out of groups.

This year, Wailers qualified again, this time alongside ShAnE, Braaain and Weeman. It's worth noting that ShAnE also has a particular history with CoD Championship. He's part of the 3 players that didn't miss a single time that competition since 2011. Only Tommey and Clayster are in the same situation.

  • Braaain

  • Call of Duty

  • ShAnE

  • Wailers

  • Weeman

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