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The US Space Force beat British forces and other American soldiers in a Call of Duty tournament.
Eight military teams from the UK and the US went head to head in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War competition for charity.
The final saw the Space Force crowned the winning team after defeating the Royal Air Force and other soldiers.
The Royal Navy and the British Army also took part in the Call of Duty Endowment (CODE) Bowl last Friday to raise cash for veterans’ charities.
Each team was made of up of four active duty service members and was coached by Call of Duty League professionals, according to reports.
Pro streamers captained each team, including Huskerrs, Business Insider reports.
One member of the Space Force team said: "It is absolutely insane.
"We definitely had some tough competition."
In third place was the British Army, followed by the US Army and the Royal Navy.
The US Marine Corps, the US Navy and the US Air Force also took part.
The US Space Force was founded last year.
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Dan Goldenberg, executive director of CODE, said: “Space Force isn't even a year old so this may have been their very first win in anything competitive against any of the other services.
"So it's a heck of a great way to start off their history.”
He previously said: “We are thrilled to have the United States and the United Kingdom militaries come together to compete in the CODE Bowl.
“This will be the first time all military branches with eSports teams have come together for a spirited competition that also raises awareness for veteran employment, and we couldn’t be more excited.”
The proceeds will go towards helping veterans find jobs.
CODE, a non-profit organisation was launched by Activision Blizzard.
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