Activision have revealed Call of Duty: Warzone is getting its own weekly livestream series called ‘Live From Warzone’, with streamers, pro players and celebrities teaming up every week to jump into the action.
They made the announcement via an official blog post on April 13, with the event set to make its debut just a day later. A trailer has also been rolled out for the new series.
These weekly livestreams will see teams stream for two hours straight to rack up as many wins, kills and highlights as they possibly can – giving fans even more opportunities to see pro players and streamers in the battle royale game mode.
Live From Warzone trailer
Just to give CoD fans an idea of what Live From Warzone will include, the blog post states: “Starting this week, tune in to catch your favorite streamers, athletes, and celebrities squad up with Call of Duty League pros to go #LiveFromWarzone. Expect new tournaments, entertainment, and surprises all around the game you love.”
When does Live From Warzone start?
This new livestream series officially debuts on April 14 and will be broadcast on several different channels, which will depend on the schedule each week.
Live From Warzone will kick off at 12pm PT (3pm EST, 8pm GMT, 5am AEST the following day). New streams will start every two hours after things get underway. All details can be found below.
- Paris Legion – 12pm PT
- London Royal Ravens – 2pm PT
- Toronto Ultra – 4pm PT
- Dallas Empire – 6pm PT
- Los Angeles Guerrillas – 8pm PT
Aside from that, the blog post also reads: “On Thursday, April 16, Call of Duty League players will return to Warzone live on the Call of Duty League YouTube channel. Five teams – Atlanta FaZe, Florida Mutineers, New York Subliners, Minnesota RØKKR, and the Seattle Surge will battle for victory in Verdansk.”
Live From Warzone lineup: April 14-19
A full lineup for the first week of action has also been revealed, featuring a tournament from Nick ‘NICKMERCS’ Kolcheff – Week 2 of the MFAM Gauntlet.
Some streams, as stated below, will be on Twitch and others will be on YouTube – so make sure you’re following the list correctly when it comes to tuning in.
With Activision confirming that new tournaments and special guests are set to feature in the series in the future, it’s likely that Warzone players and competitive CoD fans will be pouring into these livestreams to watch the action.
Paris Legion, London Royal Ravens, Toronto Ultra, Dallas Empire, and the Los Angeles Guerrillas are up first in the Live from Warzone series.