The Letsplay.live Call of Duty Premiership will be in hyperdrive this week, with a multitude of events. The second week of the playoffs will be in full swing as we dwindle down the teams to the Grand Final on December 21st.
LPL CoD Premiership: Meet and Greet the Players
Date: Monday December 12th, 7:30PM
Location: Andy’s Burger Bar
Address: Victoria Street West & Hobson Street, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
Phone: +64 9-363 6000
Come and meet your favorite Call of Duty players while they compete right in front of a live audience! Grab some autographs or even jump into the hot chair to play against them yourself. Entry is Free!
Players in attendance will include:
– Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
– Ata Hingano
– Tui Lolohea
– Ken Maumalo
– Alex Pledger
– Derone Raukawa
– Akil Mitchell
– David Stockton
– Shea Ili
|LPL Call of Duty Competitors
– Ryan “Killerpi3” Wallath
– Guy “Guydra” Worthington
– Reef “Eminence” Galloway
– Rene “Zeuss” Corporaal
LPL CoD Premiership: Beyond vs Astonish
Date: Wednesday December 14th, 7:30PM
Location: Hexedome on SKY Sport 2
In our first semi-final game of the week, it’s Beyond vs Astonish. Beyond has looked absolutely spectacular this season, losing only one map to Slicer. Astonish has been a dark horse team, but they’ve had a difficult time playing against the top two seeds.
It will be a tough task trying to upset Beyond. Rene “Zeuss_49” Corporaal has been a beast on Search and Destroy maps. Nathan “baaaacabec” Munro has put up some incredible killstreaks. Kainen “SwiftazOr” Kini has been the catalyst for scoring on Uplink, and Giancarlo “NimbleNimble” Vagnini has carried games on his own at times.
Meanwhile, Astonish has really grown as this tournament progressed. Mason “Teraah” Tongiahoe and Devantae “Erah” Uluvili have created one dynamic duo, with plenty of assistance from Dommaneek “Dommy” Kourn and Sean “Sportsta” Blanchette.
LPL CoD Premiership: Slicer vs Incept
Date: Friday December 16th, 7:00PM
Location: Hexedome on Twitch.tv
In our second semi-final of the week, it’s Slicer vs Incept. Slicer has dominated everyone not named Beyond in this tournament, but Incept did play them close. Can they finally pull off an upset here at the LPL CoD Premiership?