Mindfreak has repeated recent history at the Call of Duty World League Sydney Open 2.

The Aussie CoD team followed up its win at the CWL Sydney Open in March with a first place finish at the sequel, which took place over the weekend.

Mindfreak didn't drop a series as it stormed through the championship winner's bracket with a succession of 3-0 sweeps.

In the final bracket it swept RageESC 3-0, before cruising past OracleESC 3-1 in the grand final.

"Super proud of [the team]," tweeted Mindfreak owner Albert "Naked" Nassif.

"People don't know the sacrifices they've made to help build Mindfreak.

"We all share the goal of seeing an Australian team, in an Australian organisation taking it all the way. We're slowly getting there & I am forever thankful for every single one of you who are behind us."

With the win, Mindfreak gathers AU$14,000 and 10,000 Player Points.

Mindfreak's win wasn't a huge surprise, but its grand final opponent was. OracleESC, which only cemented its CoD line-up last month, put together a massive six-game winning run through the loser's bracket –including a victory over Sydney Open 1 runner-up Tainted Minds – on its way to the grand final.

Mindfreak is currently the sole Asia-Pacific team competing in Stage One of the Call of Duty World League Global Pro League. It has also qualified for the Call of Duty World League Championship – the biggest tournament on the Call of Duty calendar – which takes place in Florida this August. Last year it won both ANZ CWL Playoffs, and Mwave CGPL Autumn 2016.