SuperEvan & DiazBiffle win Toronto Ultra’s $25K Warzone Payout tournament: final results

Alex Garton
Toronto Ultra Warzone

Toronto Ultra hosted the latest Warzone tournament as the $25K Payout event saw SuperEvan & DiazBiffle cruise to another first-place finish against the world’s best competitors. Here’s how it all went down.

  • SuperEvan & DiazBiffle win $12,500 first place prize.
  • First Season 4 Reloaded event was delayed a few hours due to new bugs.
  • Bobbypoff, Pamaj, IceManIsaac among Warzone stars eliminated early.

The Season 4 Reloaded patch finally arrived in Warzone and with a brand new SMG for players to master, the update was guaranteed to shake up the meta.

Despite all of the exciting additions, there was no better way to celebrate a new batch of content than with a high-stakes tournament. This is especially true when all of the players competing are huge Warzone streamers and content creators.

Luckily for us, Toronto Ultra hosted a competition that provided a day of nonstop action and entertainment. On top of this, there was $25,000 on the line. Here’s how the action played out.

$25k Toronto Ultra Warzone Payout: placements

Placement Duo Prize
1st SuperEvan & DiazBiffle $12,500
2nd MuTeX & Blazt $7,500
3rd Tommey & Almond $2,500
4th UnRational & Scummn $2,500
Top 8 Destroy & ZLaner
Joewo & Exzachtt
Aydan & Rated
HusKerrs & Newbz

$25k Toronto Ultra Warzone Payout: results & recap

Kicking off just hours after the Season 4 Reloaded patch, close behind the $20K Code Red event, Warzone players had another big opportunity to battle once again thanks to the $25K Payout tournament. This time around, it was Duos action all the way through as many of Warzone’s finest teamed up and threw down in a single-elim bracket.

From Bobbypoff to IceManIsaac, ClutchBelk, and more, many of the most popular names were knocked out of the running right away. Two map losses in a row was all it took to fall out of the latest event.

On one side of the bracket, SuperEvan & Biffle and Tommey & Almond dominated their first set of games without dropping a map. When the two Duos finally met, it was a closely contested affair, with SuperEvan & Biffle narrowly taking a 2-1 series win to secure a spot in the finals.

On the opposite side, games were much closer all the way through. Ultimately, another nail-biting 2-1 series went the way of MuTeX & Blazt as they secured the second Grand Final spot. In the Bo5 series, SuperEvan & DiazBiffle pulled ahead to close out another event win.

$25k Toronto Ultra Warzone Payout: stream

The $25K Warzone event was streamed live on Call of Duty’s official Twitch channel on July 15. This Duos event ran for just over six hours by the time all was said and done.

As well as the Call of Duty channel, fans could catch all of the action on each competitor’s stream.

$25k Toronto Ultra Warzone Payout: format

Toronto Ultra’s Warzone tournament took place over a single day and provided viewers with highlight-reel plays and unmissable gunfights.

The competition was running a 2v2 tournament format with 16 teams total taking part. Each team took on another Duo in a best of three, and every elimination granted a single point.

The two Duos with the highest points would then take on each other in the same way but this time in a best of five. With so much on the line, this was definitely an intense tournament. You can check out the full list of prizes below:

  • 1st: $12,500
  • 2nd: $7,500
  • 3rd: $2,500
  • 4th: $2,500

$25k Toronto Ultra Warzone Payout: teams & players

As expected, all of the biggest names were lined up for the latest Warzone competition.

Below is the full list of Duos that dropped into the $25K event.

Aydan & Rated Jxsephs & ClutchBelk
Unrational & Scummn Holly & Mayappo
HusKerrs & Newbz Nickool & Picknickbasket
BobbyPoff & Ottereyes MuTeX & Blazt
Tommey & Almond OpTic Blake & OpTic Jorge
Joewo & Exzachtt Pamaj & Jhaze
SuperEvan & Biffle NobuSpartan & Blingcjay
Destroy & ZLaner IcemanIsaac & Bbreadman


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