The LPL 2 Call of Duty Premiership Grand Final

It comes down to this. One final matchup is left in the Letsplay.live 02 Call of Duty Premeirship, and revenge is fully on the table.

Beyond took the first match, winning all but one map at the end of the regular season. Meanwhile, Slicer is looking to exact some revenge, with the Grand Final being played on a new patch with a new set of maps.

Which team will rise to the top and claim their rightful crown? Find out tomorrow, live on SKY Sport 2.

To kick off the event, The SKYCITY Breakers will be taking on the Vodafone Warriors at 6:30PM in what will most certainly be an entertaining and hotly contested battle.

Keep reading below for further details on this epic match!

Event Date – December 21st 2016. Viewers can watch live on SKY Sport 2 starting at 6:00 PM.
Location – SKYCITY Theatre
Address – 78 Victoria St W, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand. The theatre is located at the Southern end of SKYCITY on Level 3.
Capacity – Host to many of the best acts to play in Auckland, the 700 seat SKYCITY Theatre features state of the art technology in staging and cinema facilities – perfect for local and international events.

SKYCITY Breakers vs. Vodafone Warriors
One of the unique and innovative ways that LPL has transformed the CoD landscape is by incorporating traditional sports into their environment; a similar pattern we’ve witnessed in League of Legends with teams like EPL’s Manchester United, the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers, FC Schalke 04, and Valencia.

The Vodafone Warriors have played mentors over the course of six weeks, helping all six CoD teams that qualified with teamwork and developing a winning mindset. Now Ben Matulino, Jazz Tevaga, Ata Hingano, Albert Vete, Sam Lisone, and Roger Tuivasa-Sheck will get a chance to pick up a controller and compete on the big stage.

Playing against the Vodafone Warriors will be the SKYCITY Breakers, including Alex Pledger, Derone Raukawa, Akil Mitchell, David Stockton and Shea Ili. This will most certainly be an entertaining match, so don’t forget to tune in!

Slicer vs. Beyond
Six New Zealand teams started their journey for glory just over six week ago, but only two teams now stand. Slicer and Beyond were the presumed favorites heading into this tournament, and they fittingly will battle it out to see who will claim the grand prize of $20,000.

The Grand Final match will be played on 5 maps with the usual consortium of expert analysis and knowledgeable shoutcasters.

The first matchup between these two teams was extremely close. On Throwback, playing Hardpoint, the final score was a mere 40 point separation. Slicer’s Reef “YKEminence” Galloway was an absolute beast, going over 40 kills, but his team couldn’t quite get the victory.

Beyond’s Rene “Zeuss_49” Corporaal has been an absolute terror on Search and Destroy maps. We saw our first ever SND go to a full 11 games when Beyond and Slicer last played, with Kainen “SwiftazOr” Kini giving Beyond the edge.

After struggling on Uplink, Slicer was much more comfortable playing Hardpoint on Frost. Guy “Guydra” Worthington and Ryan “killerpie” Wallath were huge for Slicer, but Nathan “baaaacabec” Munro was really coming into his own. Beyond would narrowly escape with a 250-234 win.

If you need any proof that Slicer can stick with Beyond, just look at SND on Throwback. After going down 2-5 against Beyond, Slicer battled back to win an improbable four games in a row.

Can Beyond take down Slicer one more time to win the Grand Finale or will it be Slicer finding some redemption? Let us know in the comments below!

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