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How to watch Twitch Rivals Warzone tournament: Stream, schedule, players

Published: 25/Mar/2020 19:45 Updated: 26/Mar/2020 16:04

by Bill Cooney


Twitch Rivals is coming to Call of Duty: Warzone with a tournament that pits the platform’s most popular players and content creators against each other to take the victory. Find out how to watch the event below.

Twitch Rivals is a popular series of events where content creators and pro players of a game compete against each other while streaming.


The series itself has been going on for years in dozens of different games, but now, it’s finally time for Warzone to get its time in the spotlight. Here’s how you can catch all the action.

Infinity Ward
Warzone has proven to be popular with CoD and battle royale fans since it’s March 10 release.

How to watch Warzone Twitch Rivals Showdown

One of the best things about Twitch Rivals events is that almost all of the participants will be streaming, so you can tune in to your competitor of choice to see the action from their point of view – a few of which we have linked below.


There’s also a main Twitch Rivals stream available, which will show off the highlights of the tournament along with commentary and content in-between games.


Main Twitch Rivals stream

Dr Disrespect




Schedule and format

The Warzone Twitch Rivals event will be played over two days, with solos happening on March 25 and squads starting on March 26.

Each streamer will be rewarded points depending on their placement in solos and squads combined, and the team with the highest points at the end of two days will win.

The leaderboard will be determined by kills and placements in eligible games. Players and teams will have 3.5 hours as a solo and a squad to place as high as they can on the leaderboard.


Both days of the Twitch Rival’s Warzone tournament will start at the same time: at 1 PM PST/4 PM EST.

Participants and teams


With day one of the competition now in the books, we can take an early look at the current standings heading into the squads portion of the competition. On Wednesday, March 25, players competed in Solos matches to earn points for their team, but will all link up together on March 26 to work together as they battle for their share of the $100,000 prize pool.


You can view the top 10 teams heading into day two below.

Place Team Points
1st Team Dr Disrespect 211
2nd Team IMMarksman 211
3rd Team TeePee 193
4th Team Crimsix 184
5th Team 72hrs 183
6th Team JakeNBakeLIVE 174
7th Team ProblemWright 173
8th Team Aydan 167
9th Team chocoTaco 166
10th Team greekgodx 165
11th Team AnneMunition 161
12th Team NickEh30 159
13th Team HCJustin 157
14th Team TSM_Viss 157
15th Team pokelawls 154
16th Team Mendokusaii 150
17th Team Bnans 148
18th Team fedmyster2 145
19th Team Lirik 140
20th Team NICKMERCS 131
21st Team Ashek 130
22nd Team Swiftor 128
23rd Team MeyersLeonard 121
24th Team Trick2g 119
25th Team DrLupo 118
26th Team hasanABI 117
27th Team Payne 108
28th Team KingGeorge 85
29th Team Swagg 25
30th Team xQcOW 0

Prize pool

The tournament has a $100,000 total prize pool, with $39,000 a day in Public Matchmaking and $11,000/day in Bonuses.

  • 1st: $6,000
  • 2nd: $4,200
  • 3rd: $3,600
  • 4th: $3,000
  • 5th: $2,700
  • 6th: $2,400
  • 7th: $2,100
  • 8th: $1,800
  • 9th: $1,500<
  • 10th: $1,200
  • 11-15th: $750
  • 16-20th: $600
  • 21 -25th: $450
  • 26-30th: $300
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Black Ops Cold War adds anti-reverse boost feature to protect SBMM

Published: 8/Oct/2020 22:46

by Tanner Pierce


The Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Beta is finally live on PlayStation 4 for those who pre-ordered digitally, and some people have been noticing that Treyarch sneakily implemented a feature meant to counter reverse boosting that wasn’t in the Alpha.

According to Twitter user and CoD insider @_TomHenderson_ and verified by Dexerto, Treyarch has made players invulnerable to all damage for a few seconds when they spawn in. While the feature has yet to be given an official explanation, or even acknowledged by the devs, this was almost certainly done to combat reverse-boosting.


For those that don’t know, Call of Duty games have skill-based matchmaking, which means that players of similar skill-levels are matched together in order to make a more balanced game. Unfortunately, many don’t like this option because it can make the game a bit tedious and annoying.

Because of this, players “reverse boost”, which basically means they’ll “kill themselves” intentionally immediately when they spawn so that they can trick the game into thinking they are lower-skilled, which then puts them in a lower-skilled lobbies.


Now, fans will have to wait a few seconds in order to “kill themselves” after they respawn. While this won’t completely fix reverse boosting, it will make a bit more annoying for those who do it.

Players who immediately try and kill themselves when they spawn will find that they won’t be able to.

If they are only carrying one piece of lethal equipment and they immediately attempt to kill themselves, they will have wasted it and will have to go into battle without one until they die and respawn.

Simply waiting a few seconds will, of course, allow you to continue to reverse boost to your heart’s content. That being said, if Treyarch sees that reverse boosting is still rampant by the time the full game comes out, it wouldn’t be surprising if they end up implementing even more counter-measures in order to stop those players.