The Call Of Duty World Championship 2019 title goes to eUnited.
The American team won on Black Ops 4 at the Los Angeles final on Sunday - taking home the top prize of $800,000 (£658,000).
The team, led by James "Clayster" Eubanks, fought their way through the competition by beating other big names in the game.
eUnited were one of 32 teams competing in the competition and managed to beat 100 Thieves 3-2 in the final.
eUnited also eliminated OpTic Gaming - one of the most successful Call of Duty teams - in a match ahead of the final.
James gave a special mention to everyone in the team after their win, saying he's "beyond proud" of what they've achieved.
I’m a weird wreck of emotions rn, I don’t even know how to verbalize what I’m feeling. Just happy we did this, as a team, against all odds. Love the guys @Arcitys @Prestinni @SimpXO @aBeZy @BriceFaccento. Beyond proud of what we did and the way we did it, all of you are ANIMALS— eU Clayster (@Clayster) August 19, 2019
eUnited's Chris "Simp" Lehr was named the Most Valuable Player at the championships despite this being his first year of competitive gaming.
The 18-year-old says it's been a "dream".
never in my 18 years would i have imagined this is how my first year of competing would go.— eU Simp (@SimpXO) August 19, 2019
The complete squad also included Alec "Arcitys" Sanderson, Preston "Prestinni" Sanderson and Tyler "aBeZy" Pharris.
It's the same team that won the Pro League Finals last month in Miami - giving eUnited back-to-back tournament titles.
Next year's championships will see a change, with the league becoming franchised in the same way as the Overwatch League.
So far teams have been set up in Atlanta, Dallas, New York, Paris, Toronto, Los Angeles and Minnesota.