Aydan and Dani have emerged as the big winners from BoomTV’s latest Code Red Warzone tournament, taking out the lion’s share of a $25,000 prize pool in the co-ed event.
- Aydan & Dani won the event after cruising through the upper bracket.
- HusKerrs, TeePee and BobbyPoff all suffered early exits
- $25k was on the line, all for co-ed teams
$25K Code Red Warzone tournament: Placements
$25,000 was up for grabs in the latest BoomTV Warzone event. This time around there was a unique spin on the action, as co-ed duos were put together for the single-day bracket.
|1st||Aydan & Dani||$15,000|
|2nd||Flxnked & iSmixie||$7,000|
|3rd||Tommey & BrittneyRaines||$3,000|
|4th||Rated & Morgan||–|
|Top 6||Kalei & austinFBZ||–|
|Top 6||Holly & UnRationaL||–|
$25K Code Red Warzone tournament: Results & recap
The latest Code Red Warzone event took place across just one day as things kicked off on Wednesday, March 17 at 2PM ET (11 AM PT) and ran for just under seven hours.
It all started with a bang as these newly formed co-ed duos looked to find their footing. Huge names like HusKerrs and BobbyPoff were knocked out without winning a series while top contenders like Rated and Kalei pushed through further into the bracket.
Having just secured his spot as the highest-earning Warzone player, Aydan along with his partner Dani, blitzed through all opposition in the upper bracket. They secured a spot in the Grand Finals against Flxnked & iSmixie.
Despite a bracket reset coming through, it was ultimately Aydan & Dani who closed out the win and took home $15,000 for the first-place finish.
Here’s a look at the final bracket for the $25K Code Red Warzone event.
Code Red Warzone $25k teams & players
Given the unique format this time around, familiar duos weren’t able to play together. Instead, new teams were formed across the board as top Warzone talent joined forces for the unique event.
Below is a full list of every duo that dropped into the Code Red Warzone event.
|Tee Grizzley||Queen Shadows|
With $15k going to the 1st place team, these duos were obviously going hard to earn their cash, especially players like Aydan as he looked to maintain his recently-acquired number 1 spot atop the Warzone earnings list.