Here’s Who Won The First Official CoD Warzone Esports Tournament

The world’s first official Call of Duty: Warzone tournament is now done and dusted and – as expected – we were treated to some unbelievable action from some of the best in the business. 

Credit: Twitter/Twitch eSports

Taking place across two days, the tournament was presented by Twitch Rivals and Activision, and we got to see the likes of Syndicate, DrLupo, Aydan and more duke it out for a chance to win cash prizes. North America, Europe and Taiwan all took part.

The edge-of-your-seat action in Verdansk is sure to go down in esports history, with some of the best kills we’ve ever seen.

North American Solos

The first day of the tournament (March 25) saw Team DrDisrespect scoop the over-all win, scoring an unbelievable 211 points across his five games. Team ImMarksman also scored a tidy 211 total points, though nabbed a lower “Best Game” score than DrDisrepect (46 to 48, respectively).

Check out the March 25th standings results in the table below:

1stTeam Dr Disrespect211
2ndTeam IMMarksman211
3rdTeam TeePee193
4thTeam Crimsix184
5thTeam 72hrs183
6thTeam JakeNBakeLIVE174
7thTeam ProblemWright173
8thTeam Aydan167
9thTeam chocoTaco166
10thTeam greekgodx165
Credit: Activision

North American Trios

Day two (March 26) saw Trios step forward, with Team Aydan leading the way and winning with a massive 407 points from their five games. Aydan, who specialises in Fortnite, was joined by teammates Preston ‘Priestahh’ Greiner and Tyler ‘aBeZy’ Pharris. Both Priestahh and aBeZy are pro Modern Warfare players for Atlanta FaZe.

Second place went to Team TeePee who scored a total of 367 and third went to Team Mendokusaii.

The full standings for the March 26 Trios tournament are as follows:

1stTeam Aydan407
2ndTeam TeePee367
3rdTeam Mendokusaii337
4thTeam Crimsix319
5thTeam fedmyster2313
6thTeam ImMarksman311
7thTeam Payne299
8thTeam 72hrs296
9thTeam JakenbakeLIVE295
10thTeam greekgodx289

The last moments of the final game saw Team Aydan pretty confident in their upcoming win thanks to just how far ahead in points they were. Considering the skill of the team, it wasn’t too unexpected to see.

European Solos

Round-the-world tournaments can only mean one thing – round-the-world action, and that’s exactly what we saw in the European leg of the event.

Team Recrent took the first place spot in Europe with a “Best Game” score of 46 and an overall total score of 191. Second place went to Team pago3′ with a “Best Game” score of 41 and an overall total of 184 across the five matches.

European Trios

March 26th saw Trios stepping up, and again, it was Team Recrent who scored biggest. With a “Best Game” score of 79 and an overall score across the five games of 371, Team Recrent proved they’re not to be messed with!

In second place Team vvassago with a “Best Game” score of 77 and an overall score of 338.

Team Syndicate, who were expected to be one of the winning teams, came in 8th place with a total score of 275.

Watch Twitch Rivals: Warzone Streamer Showdown (Europe) from TwitchRivals on

With the first official Warzone tournament done and dusted, it’s time to get excited for future battles from Twitch Rivals! Check out the Twitch Rivals page for more clips!

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Featured Image Credit: Activision