Aydan, Priestahh and Abezy won Twitch Rivals first venture into Call of Duty: Warzone on March 26, with a host of the world’s biggest streamers clashing in CoD’s sophomore battle royale effort.
The March 25/26 Twitch Rivals Warzone tournament is the latest competitive venture into Call of Duty’s Warzone, the acclaimed battle royale that released on March 10.
While not initially designed for competitive play, it is no surprise that the world’s biggest content creators have descended on the title in the same way Fortnite and Apex Legends were following their releases.
The tournament was split into two sections, with the solos tournament running on March 25, before the trios competition took place on March 26.
It also boasted a total $100,000 prize pool, with $39,000/day in Public Matchmaking and $11,000/day in Bonuses. First place on either day claimed $6,000, second place $4,200 and third place took home $3,600.
Twitch Rivals Warzone Solos Tournament Final Placings
Day one (March 25) saw Team DrDisrespect take the cake, with an impressive 211 points from his five games. Team ImMarksman also finished on 211 total points, but achieved a lower ‘Best Game’ points tally (46 compared to the Doc’s 48), and so had to settle for second on Day One of the Twitch Rivals tournament.
You can see the full standings for the March 25 Solos Tournament below.
|1st||Team Dr Disrespect||211|
Twitch Rivals Warzone Trios Tournament Final Placings
Day two saw Team Aydan – led by Ghost Gaming Fortnite professional Aydan Conrad – run out winners, with a whopping 407 points from their five games. His teammates, Preston ‘Priestahh’ Greiner and Tyler ‘aBeZy’ Pharris, are both professional Modern Warfare players for Atlanta FaZe. This saw them finish comfortably in first place, 40 points ahead of second-placed Team TeePee.
Teep, who placed a respectable third in the Solos tournament, led his team to second in the trios portion of the tournament, meaning they finished second overall, joint with Team Aydan for total prize money won. Team Aydan took first place overall though, thanks to their higher points tally.
Third place in the trios tournament was taken by Team Mendokusaii, who amassed a very impressive 337 points from five games.
You can see the full standings for the March 26 Trios Tournament below.
Twitch Rivals Warzone Tournament Final Prize Pool Breakdown
Thanks to an eight place finish in the Solos tournament, and a first place in the Trios, Team Aydan finished first overall, with a total of $7,800 winnings.
Second place went to Team TeePee, as the ex-CoD World Champion achieved a third-place finish in the Solos, and then a second-placed finish in the Trios. Third place in the prize pool breakdown went to Team DrDisrespect, as a result of a disappointing 14th place finish in the tournament’s Trios section.
You can see the full Prize Pool breakdown for the Twitch Rivals Warzone Tournament below. Note that this does not include the bonus prize money given out over the two days of the competition.
|Place||Team||Total Prize Money ($)|
There you have it, Team Aydan’s resurgence in the Trios competition saw them come out on top of the overall prize pool breakdown.
The Twitch Rivals tournament was immensely popular among viewers, amassing hundreds of thousands of viewers across all participants’ channels.
Given how well it went down, we can expect to see multiple other tournaments scheduled in the near future.