Updated Results: Everything you need to know about Dr DisRespect's Code Red Blackout $20K tournament - Dexerto
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Updated Results: Everything you need to know about Dr DisRespect’s Code Red Blackout $20K tournament

Published: 18/Oct/2018 18:12 Updated: 19/Oct/2018 3:52

by Mitch Reames

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Dr DisRespect is the face of this Blackout tournament featuring many of the most popular streamers and personalities.

The final match came down to Doc and Shroud vs. Teepee and CouRage. The Green Wall duo was coming from the loser finals so they had to beat the Doc and Shroud twice to bring home the title. 

Shroud went off to secure the win for him and Doc. The pair first met up in the winners’ final where Shroud racked up 11 kills over two games to push them into the Code Red finals while sending CouRage and TeePee into the losers’ bracket. 

After the OpTic pair battled back into the grand final, Shroud stepped it up further. After all the other players were eliminated fairly early in game one, he went to work and ended up with 14 kills while their opponents only had three kills from Teepee. On the back of that performance the final score was Doc/Shroud: 23, CouRage/Teepee: 13.

Doc and Shroud will earn $12,000 for the win with CouRage and Teepee taking home $5,000. TSM Viss and Halifax came in third and will receive $3,000.

Here’s a clip of Shroud going off in his 14 kill game:


16 duos will have the chance to compete for $20,000 in prizes at the event.

The competitive format will be similar to KEEMSTAR’s old Friday Fortnite events with each duo joining the same squad and then trying to get the most kills. 

In the prelim portion of the event, the duos will not be going head-to-head. Each squad will drop four times and the duos that finish in the top eight in kills will be seeded and move on to the double-eliminated tournament. 

Duos that drop in the same squad will both be able to advance to the bracket portion if they finish in the top eight in kills.

In the double-elimination tournament, it will become a traditional bracket with duos trying to get the most kills over two games to move on.

Some of the more notable duos are Dr DisRespect and Shroud, OpTic’s H3CZ and Karma, Summit1G and JoshOG, Destiny and Mr. Mouton, CouRage and Teepee, and Nadeshot, who is just listed by himself on the official scoreboard.

To see all the participating duos and the full scoring system, visit the tournament page on  Boom.tv/CodeRed.

This tournament comes with an anti-sabotage rule that prevents duos from messing with their opponents in game, including not damaging any vehicles, not throwing stun or flash grenades near them or using any equipment to interfere with your opponent.

This tournament is a follow up to Dr DisRespect’s previous PUBG tournaments by the same name.


Additional Streams

Watch live video from Karma on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from Nadeshot on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from shroud on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from CouRageJD on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from JoshOG on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from TSM_Viss on www.twitch.tv

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NICKMERCS rates the best Warzone players from to Scump to HusKerrs

Published: 24/Oct/2020 1:06

by Theo Salaun

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Tasked with drafting a team for a Call of Duty: Warzone tournament, NICKMERCS went through some of the game’s biggest names, ranking them while determining who he would most want to duo with.

To start Davis ‘Hitch’ Edwards’ $10,000 “Cracked Creators” Warzone tournament, 16 creators were tasked with drafting their duo from 16 “cracked” streamers.

As one of the creators allowed to select their tandem, NICKMERCS sifted through 16 of the game’s best to determine who he would prefer to play with.

Ultimately, the FaZe streamer ended up putting his decision to a poll among his fans. But, before doing so, he originally went through all 16 and gave thoughts on how each of them ranks. And the options were varied, but all shared one thing in common: talent.

With professional Call of Duty League players like Matthew ‘FormaL’ Piper and Seth ‘Scump’ Abner available, as well as Warzone streamers like Aydan and HusKerrs, the candidates were excellent. Still, NICKMERCS sifted through and broke down who he truly believes ranks as the battle royale’s best.

Segment begins at 00:20:45.

NICKMERCS starts by going through the list and just expressing what an absolute struggle it will be to pick from such a talented crop of peers: “Oh, it’s going to be so hard to pick man … No matter what, everybody that I would pick from is cracked.” But, after going through and complimenting practically everybody, he starts the process of elimination.

Since Nick chooses second after DrDisrespect, he immediately eliminates Zlaner as Doc’s likely first pick. Then, he eliminates JoeWo with two simple reasons: “I’ve never played with him and every time I play against him, I beat that little ass.”

Then, BobbyPoff is gone: “BobbyPoff, I love the guy, but take him off the list.” And the “Scarf Lord” is followed quickly by the Chicago Huntsmen’s FormaL and Scump: “Love ‘em, love ‘em. But I feel like there’s better BR players.” After that, things start getting complicated.

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The list of “cracked” players in Hitch’s Cracked Creators Warzone tournament.

Similar to Zlaner, Nick decides to sacrifice Merk so that he can play with his longtime duo, Maven. Then, recognizing that all of these remaining players are absolute menaces on Verdansk, he goes with two simple metrics to determine his personal preference. He immediately prioritizes controller players and the highest earners in Warzone tournaments.

That eliminates stars like HusKerrs and Symfuhny for their mouse and keyboard usage, while also eliminating Crowder and DougIsRaw for their low earnings. Finally, he eliminates Jukeyz because of his struggles understanding the UK maestro’s accent and decides to put the decision to a poll.

 

Ultimately, it’s between Aydan and Tommey, with Cloakzy popping on to let NICKMERCS know that Aydan’s been playing some Fortnite recently. That leaves the FaZe star choosing Tommey, noting that “he’s got great communication, phenomenal player, guaranteed to get some chopper kills off rip.”

Despite going through full rankings for his options and landing upon an excellent duo, the decision-making process proved to be futile. NICKMERCS and Tommey could only end in the Top 12 for the tournament, while the easily dismissed BobbyPoff actually came in first place.