Team ItsEyeQew wins $75K Twitch Rivals Warzone Iron Trials Showdown: Final results
Twitch Rivals hosted another huge $75,000 Warzone event but this time around, Iron Trials was in focus as Arrayyz, ItsEyeQew, & Ebatez proved to be masters of the hardcore mode. Here’s a complete recap of how the action unfolded.
- Arrayyz, ItsEyeQew, & Ebatez close out first-place finish.
- First Twitch Rivals event with Iron Trials format.
- $75,000 prize pool.
After a few weeks of testing, with the mode now accessible in custom lobbies, Twitch Rivals was first to host a major $75,000 event with the new rules in effect. From how the format worked to how the action played out, here’s all there is to know.
Twitch Rivals $75K Iron Trials Showdown: Final Placements (Top 10)
Twitch Rivals $75K Iron Trials Showdown: Recap & Results
With limited practice in the new Iron Trials mode, it’s safe to say this $75K Twitch Rivals event was fairly chaotic from the jump. Not only did we see new teams forming for the first time in customs, but we also saw new trios rising to the very top for the first time as well.
Right out of the gate it was Arrayyz, ItsEyeQew, & Ebatez that came out swinging.
They secured the first two map wins and did so with plenty of kills to their name. When the multiplier came through, it pushed this trio to a whopping 84 points, 26.4 points ahead of the second-best team across the opening matches.
A win from Team bbreadman in map three and a win from Team Tommey in map four pushed both Trios into the top 5. Though it wasn’t enough to catch up on the near-insurmountable lead Team ItsEyeQew cemented in the first two games. Heading into the final lobby, they still held a 15.8 point advantage over the second-best team.
Another top-three placement in the final map was more than enough to secure the trophy. Team ItsEyeQew couldn’t be stopped as they closed out the first-place finish.
Twitch Rivals $75K Iron Trials Showdown: Stream & Schedule
With 43 Triso all dropping in at once, the best way to keep on top of the action was through the official Twitch Rivals stream. Though as always, fans could also tune into their favorite POV’s directly as all 129 players were broadcasting live.
It all kicked off at roughly 3:30PM PT on Tuesday, October 26 and ran for just over four hours.
Twitch Rivals $75K Iron Trials Showdown format
The Iron Trials Showdown was a trios custom tournament as 129 players all dropped into five custom matches.
As usual with custom games, both kills and placements were essential in each lobby. Below is a breakdown of the point multiplier that was in effect for this event.
|1 Point per Kill|
Any Trio that placed in the Top 49 walked away with some cash for their troubles. Though obviously, the bigger payouts were reserved for those who finished near the top of the standings. Below is a full prize pool breakdown for the $75K Iron Trials event.
|Twitch Rivals Warzone Showdown Prizing|
|Placement||Prizing Per Team||Prizing Per Player|
|7th – 9th||$1,350||$450|
|10th – 12th||$1,200||$400|
|13th – 15th||$1,050||$350|
|16th – 20th||$900||$300|
|21st – 25th||$750||$250|
|26th – 30th||$600||$200|
|31st – 40th||$375||$125|
|41st – 49th||$300||$100|
Twitch Rivals $75K Iron Trials Showdown teams
From Warzone’s top streamers to professional CoD players and more, these Iron Trials lobbies were stacked full of talent.
Below is a full look at every confirmed team that dropped into the $75K Twitch Rivals Showdown.