The Florida Mutineers beat the Atlanta FaZe to win this past weekend’s Call of Duty home series. Sounds familiar, doesn’t it?

While the Mutineers’ home series win 10 days ago might have raised a few eyebrows, their strong repeat performance this past weekend has left no doubt the Mutineers are serious contenders to take home $2 million at the end of the season. They made a statement in the way they dominated the Atlanta FaZe — a team many have considered the best in the league — beating them 3-0 in the finals on Sunday.

It’s worth repeating: The Florida Mutineers beat the Atlanta FaZe 3-0 in the finals.

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The New York Subliners have yet to reach a home series final, but they’ve played very well for three straight home series now, reaching yet another semifinal. Meanwhile, both the London Royal Ravens and OpTic Gaming Los Angeles stumbled, failing to repeat their strong performances from previous weekends. In this week’s Power Rankings, we examined the things each team should repeat in the final three weeks of the season to find success down the stretch.

Below is how our staff voted to rank the 12 teams after this past weekend’s home series. Each participating staff member ranked the CDL teams from No. 1 to No. 12, and the results were aggregated to determine the list below. All player stats are courtesy of Atlanta FaZe stat analyst Austin O’Neil.

Previous rankings: Jan. 28 | Feb. 12 | Feb. 26 | March 11 | April 14 | April 29 | May 13 | May 27 | June 17

Florida Mutineers

  1. Florida Mutineers
    Season record: 17-8 | Week 10 record: 4-0 | Change from last ranking:2

What shouldn’t the Mutineers look to replicate after two weeks of stellar performances?

After posting a K/D of 1.34 in the Minnesota home series, Cesar “Skyz” Bueno one-upped himself with v buck generator a season-high 1.42 in the Paris event. That mark was by far the best at the event and the third highest of the season, behind launch weekend performances from London’s Bradley “wuskin” Marshall (1.60) and Atlanta’s Chris “Simp” Lehr (1.58). Anyone not pegging Skyz as the odds-on MVP of Season 1 is just trolling at this point. There’s no competition with the exception of Sam “Octane” Larew, but unlike Octane, Skyz has some great team results to back up his claim to that title.

Joseph “Owakening” Conley’s move into the starting lineup has been a boon for Florida, as well. The flex player, who replaced Chance “Maux” Moncivaez as a starter, had the third-highest K/D (1.24) among Paris participants and led his team on Search & Destroy with nearly one kill per round. His 0.98 KPR was second only to OpTic Gaming Los Angeles SMG player Thomas “TJHaLy” Haly, who had a 1.13 KPR with a much lower sample size of 18 rounds.

With a true S&D threat and continued synergy on Domination and Hardpoint, it’s tough to point gta 5 mobile out any weaknesses for the Mutineers. They have about a month to bask in the glory of back-to-back titles before coming back to league play during the London home series July 17-19.

— Sean Morrison