Royal Air Force come from behind to win C.O.D.E Bowl III

The Royal Air Force won the third annual Call of Duty Endowment Bowl, taking down defending champion Space Force Gaming in comeback fashion. It marks the first United Kingdom C.O.D.E. Bowl victory.

The United Services Automobile Association (USAA) teamed up with the Call of Duty Endowment to present the C.O.D.E. Bowl 2022. The event celebrated the Endowment program, placing more than 100k veterans into high-quality careers.

The C.O.D.E. 2022 featured esports teams from the US and UK military. The event also featured appearances from top Call of Duty streamers. Creators such as Symfuhny and Swagg made an appearance in the tournament.

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All of the net proceeds from the competition went toward placing even more veterans into high-quality jobs.

Royal Air Force win C.O.D.E Bowl III

(Class 1) Technicians Matthew “Matty” Ingham, Connor “icxy” Fegan, Jamie “Unknown JWG” Griffith, and Corporal Kallum “Kalzony” Johnson, partnered with captains James “Spratt” and Kamille “JaffaInc” shook off early game struggles to come from behind and win C.O.D.E Bowl III.

After two of the four matches, Royal Air Force was in last place with just eight points. The U.K. team went on 80 point tear in the final two matches to secure the victory.

“Unknown JWG” was named the servicemember MVP of the tournament with 12 eliminations. 

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What is the Call of Duty Endowment?

The Call of Duty Endowment is one of the largest philanthropic funders of veteran employment. Founded in 2009, the Endowment has since achieved an estimated $5.6 billion in economic value for veterans in the US and UK.

Activision Blizzard has donated more than $40 million to the Endowment allowing the organization to effectively place veterans in high-quality career fields.