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JoshOG’s team wins 100 Thieves’ $100K Warzone tourney: final placements

Published: 20/Mar/2020 22:10 Updated: 20/Mar/2020 22:21

by Albert Petrosyan


100 Thieves’ $100,000 ‘Warzone From Home’ Call of Duty battle royale tournament has now wrapped up, with JoshOG, Diegosaurs, and HusKers crowned champions.

With Warzone being all the hype in the  Call of Duty scene right now, 100 Thieves became one of several organizations to host massive tournaments featuring the popular new battle royale.

Their March 20 event featured some of the biggest names in the online gaming community, with $50,000 of the prize money going to a charity of the winners’ choosing, while the other half given away to viewers and fans.

100 Thieves100 Thieves’ Warzone From Home tournament is one of several major competitions featuring Call of Duty’s newest BR.

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The trio of JoshOG, Diegosaurs, and HusKers came in first place, staking a claim to $25,000. They took down Fortnite pro Aydan and CoD streamers xAmpz and SuperEvan in the grand finals, with the second-place team earning $15,000 for charity.


The top four were rounded off with KingRichard, Hill_APEX, and BCJ, and Mendo, xQc, and Aimbotcalvin, each team winning $5,000.

A full recap of the tournament can be found below, including highlights and final placements.

100 ThievesJoshOG, Diegosaurs, and HusKers win 100 Thieves’ $100,000 Warzone From Home tournament!

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100 Thieves’ Warzone From Home – Grand Final Recap

Unlike all of the previous rounds, the grand final consisted of three Warzone games instead of two, with the team that got the most points (based on eliminations and wins) at the end earning the championship.

The grand final started off as a pretty one-sided affair in the favor of Team JoshOG, who took a fairly commanding 36-21 lead, despite not managing to get the win at the end and claim the bonus five points.


Aydan’s squad tried their best to get back into it in the second game, scoring plenty of kills and winning the match – but even that wasn’t enough to cut the lead, as their opponents got their own victory to grow the lead to 89-71.


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Knowing they had to go all out in the third and final game, Team Aydan dropped 35 kills, but were not able to get the victory; and with Team JoshOG getting enough eliminations to maintain the lead at 129-111, they were able to secure the tournament victory.

Final Placements & Bracket

Here are the full final placements for this Warzone From Home tournament, which featured 16 teams in a single-elimination bracket. The scores shown in the bracket below are points earned via both eliminations and match victories.


Place Team Prize
1 JoshOG, Diegosaurs, HusKers $25,000
2 Aydan, xAmpz, SuperEvan $15,000
3/4 KingRichard, Hill_APEX, BCJ $5,000
3/4 Mendo, xQc, Aimbotcalvin $5,000
5/8 TeePee, Crowder, Merk
5/8 Dr Disrespect, DougisRaw, VSNZ
5/8 Nick Eh 30, MonsterDFace, BonsairBroz
5/8 Fedmyster, iiTzTimmy, TSm Albralelie
9/16 Marksman, AladdinLTD, BaeSoldier
9/16 TimTheTatman, dizzy, 72hrs
9/16 Vikkstar, Its Warz, MVapulear
9/16 Di3seL, Jericho, GoldGlove
9/16 Trainwrecks, GreekGodx, Andy Pyro
9/16 summit1G, Shroud, GaGod
9/16 Symfuhny, TSM Imperial, ZachMazer
9/16 Nadeshot, CouRage, cloakzy


BoomTVFinal bracket of 100 Thieves’ Warzone From Home tournament.


Here are some of the best moments and top plays from this Warzone tournament: