Toronto Ultra capped off their dominant run in the Call of Duty League 2024 Stage 1 Major (CDL 2024 Major 1) with a 4-1 victory over Atlanta FaZe in the grand final at the MGM Music Hall in Boston on Sunday.

It was the third Major championship for the “Kings of the North” after winning the CDL 2021 Major 2 and CDL 2023 Major 3.

They only dropped two maps in the entire tournament, claiming the top prize of US$150,000 and 100 CDL points.

Toronto Ultra complete their championship run with a 4-1 win against Atlanta FaZe

Toronto Utlra's Jamie "Insight" Craven during a game in the CDL 2024 Major 1
Credit: Call of Duty League

After finishing second in the qualifying stage, Toronto Ultra breezed through the upper bracket of the main tournament, beating Seattle Surge 3-0, Minnesota RØKKR 3-0, and Atlanta FaZe 3-1.

The qualifier’s top seed Atlanta FaZe prevailed over Los Angeles Guerillas 3-0 and OpTic Texas 3-2 in the upper bracket, before taking down OpTic again 3-1 in the lower bracket final to book a rematch with Toronto.

In the opening map, the two teams went toe-to-toe in Hardpoint at Karachi. But it was the Canadian squad that came out on top, 250-239, thanks to the heroics of Jamie “Insight” Craven, who racked up whopping 29 kills and nine assists.

Insight once again took charge in game two, scoring 11 kills, two assists, and one planted bomb to lead Toronto’s 6-2 triumph in Search and Destroy at Skidrow.

Atlanta FaZe kept the series close with a decisive win in Control at Invasion. McArthur “Cellium” Jovel stepped up with 27 kills and 10 assists.

However, it was all Toronto Ultra from there.

Dylan “Envoy” Hannon hit 23 kills while Tobias “CleanX” Jønsson tallied 21 kills to carry their team to a 250-237 victory in Hardpoint at Skidrow, breaking the CDL Hardpoint win streak record at 12.

Following a 2-2 start in the final map of Search and Destroy at Karachi, Thomas “Scrap” Ernst spearheaded Toronto’s assault to claim the next four rounds and seize the title.

CleanX bagged the Major 1 Most Valuable Player award for his stellar performance throughout the tournament.

Atlanta FaZe was awarded US$90,000 and 75 CDL points for their runner-up finish.

Here’s the final standings and prize distribution:

Toronto UltraChampionUS$150,000100
Atlanta FaZe2ndUS$90,00075
OpTic Texas3rdUS$60,00060
Minnesota RØKKR4thUS$30,00045
Los Angeles Guerillas
Seattle Surge
Las Vegas Legion
Carolina Royal Ravens
Los Angeles Thieves
Miami Heretics
Boston Breach
New York Subliners

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