With a 32 win, the Los Angeles Thieves keep the momentum from Major 4 and send Boston Breach to the lower bracket in the Call of Duty Champs.
The former Major 4 champions were able to replicate some of the success they had in New York by holding Boston Breach back and bringing them one step closer to elimination. Last year the Thieves were eliminated from Champs early and now they are one step closer to capturing the championship.
Boston dominated Tuscan Hardpoint, a map for the Thieves at the previous event. They were able to catch the Thieves off the hook and win them through several rotations, eventually granting them the advantage. Boston eventually secured map one 250181. Thomas TJHaly Haly had a good opening with a 1.29 KD with 31 kills and 3570 damage on Tuscan.
The Thieves' remarkable performances on both Search and Destroy and Control gave them a chance to extend their lead in the game against Boston. On the Control, Zach Drazah Jordan made the difference for L.A., with 12 kills and only five deaths.
The second time around, another Hardpoint favored Thieves. L.A. maintained its lead early on and was able to maintain it on Berlin.
As the Breach continued to push the former champions to their near-death state, Thieves forced the tie to bring them to a final map five.
Despite Bostons efforts, the Thieves remained icy until they won the series 43.