The world’s first official Call of Duty: Warzone tournament has come to an end and if you missed out on any of the action, we’ve got you covered!
The two day-long tournament saw some of the world’s best esports pros duke it out in both Solos and Trios, all with their eyes on the huge cash prizes. Day one (March 25) saw some incredible action which all came to a head with the grand finale (March 26).
Taking place in Taiwan, Europe and North America, the event featured some of the world’s best players in the first official Call of Duty Warzone tournament. The esports event comes from Twitch Rivals and Activision.
You can check out our list of all the scores from the tournament right here, but here’s a brief breakdown of who won:
The first day of the tournament (March 25) was Solos play, and perhaps not too shockingly, the over-all win went to Team DrDisrespect. Team Dis scored an unbelievable 211 points across the five games, but excitingly, so did Team ImMarksman . Sadly for Team ImMarksman, a lower “Best Game” score than DrDisrespect (46 to 48) means the overall win for day one went to Team DrDisrespect.
Day two (March 26) saw Trios mode kick off, and Team Aydan won by a landslide with a massive 407 points from their five games. Aydan, who’s best known for playing Fortnite, was joined by teammates Preston ‘Priestahh’ Greiner and Tyler ‘aBeZy’ Pharris. Both Priestahh and aBeZy are pro Modern Warfare players for Atlanta FaZe.
Team TeePee took second place with an impressive score of 367, which just couldn’t come close to Team Aydan’s 407 points!
The Best Moments
With two days of action it’s pretty hard to narrow down the highlights of the event, but there’s some absolutely must-watch moments for you to enjoy if you missed them!
The tournament ended with an eye-popping win. Check it out in the Twitch clip here.
This 48 point game was absolutely one for the ages. It ended spectacularly! Watch the highlights here.
In this clip, the Gulag tactic worked perfectly!
So there you have it! Though the first official Warzone tournament has come to an end, there’s hopefully going to be many, many more to come! To see more clips and must-watch moments, check out Twitch Rivals.
Part of a partnership between GameByte and Twitch Rivals.
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