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Surprise qualifier team wins Chipotle Warzone Challenge: final placements

Published: 1/May/2020 0:24 Updated: 1/May/2020 13:04

by Albert Petrosyan


The Chipotle Challenger Series’ $50,000 Warzone tournament has now wrapped up and one of the qualifier teams stunned the competition with a dominant victory.

Featuring pro Call of Duty players, top content creators, athletes, and celebrities, the Chipotle Warzone Challenge was one of the most star-studded events we’ve seen since the popular battle royale released in March.

However, out of all those big names, it was the quartet of AlmxndTV, FluffyHippo1927, Intechs, and Insxte, who qualified all the way back in the first week, that ended up winning the whole thing, thanks to a strong mentality and some expert-level strategies.

They finished with 349 points combined from their four matches, a remarkable total considering that each elimination was worth one point and victories were worth five.

While those guys may have come out of the blue to claim the win, there were some recognizable names in the top-10 as well, including Nadeshot’s team (fifth with 297 points), NICKMERCS’ squad (sixth with 294 points), and Team CouRage (ninth with 291 points).

The winners got to take home not only the whopping $25,000 prize and a year of free Chipotle burritos but also got another $25,000 donated to charity in their names.

Chipotle Warzone Challenge final placements

Please note that some of the teams at the bottom may have a low amount of points due to not reporting scores on time.

Place Roster
1st AlmxndTV, FluffyHippo1927, Intechs, and Insxte
2nd Tgiryan, Dubl A, Catpotle, and Simplyshutters
3rd Superevan, Frozone, Xampzmedia, and Zcolorss
4th Lilskies, Golds, Chike, and Derekbuzz
5th Nadeshot, Tommey, Rallied, and Itzwarsz
6th FaZe Swagg, NickMercs, Adiaz, and GDbooya
7th Ricky, Dill, Gangstaz, and Finessen
8th Ohgras, Fioslit, Zerby, and Unrational
9th TeePee, Courage, Dougisraw, and Merk
10th Gun, Envader, Coie, and Beepbop
11 BrookeAB, Symfunhy, Crowder, and Huskerrs
12 Fallujahh, Koix, Vetroxi, and Beamxrs
13 Venitt, Riven, Flameburg, and Saquxtch
14 Yung, Donzell, TTVStudyy, and Proof
15 Neslo, DMTheory, Bloo, and Xenoihi
16 Reelmason, ReidboyyonTwitch, Shively, and Twitchaystv
17 TimTheTatMan, Dr Lupo, Cloak, and Aydan
18 Landon, Heisman, Luvey, and Yuhlegit
19 Impusle, Evasion, Reedr, and Elusoryy
20 Hops, Moist Moose, Docpopz, and Nxrveless
21 Bryanthejet, RussDaddy, Kekoa, and Bartonologist
22 Rated, Avxry, Typical Gamer, and FaZe Testy
23 Hitch, Blake, Jorge, and 2Pac
24 Loko Impunity, LHClarity, Prohibit_US, and Ayy Legal
25 C-Lloyd, Shotezzzy, Retthesweat, and Nivekphttv
26 Guruaf, Gingeraf, Legendaf, and Yetigunclapaf
27 Exclusives, Gunsiii, RFederal, and YoungGodGarz
28 Dingers, Shank, YouTubeBrock, and Yurtniskurt
29 Steve Aoki, Dylan Daly, James Batz, and Shaen McKerral
30 Silly, Asim, Assualt, and GodRX
31 Xavi, Melody, Zaddy, and Lluuee
32 Sev, BigJim, Bull, and Vast
33 Seth, Amsras, MacieJ, and ShurleyTemple
34 Skol, Wiz, Ffurg, and Erupptiion
35 Nueloz, Zemz, Supahnub, and StevenMarz
36 Erty, Harambes Soul, ItsTripStan, and Staxog
37 Swervin, Ecko, Osiris, and Seeing Double
38 Jordan Payton, Finn Wolfhard, Marcel Cunningham, and Sean Maddestra
39 XXX, Xlethal_Mercy, WavyPolarBear, and Kamakazi305
40 Jericho, GoldGlove, Di3sel, Cray
41 Hutch, Scump, Hecz, and SeaNanners
42 Jalen Suggs, Nick Hernandez, Diego Gonzalez, and Keaton Davis
43 Demi Bagby, Devon Bagby, Damian Bagby, and Conor Glaser
44 Vandyjf, Jesus, Zeasy, and Algbelieve
45 Joey Gallo, Cody Bellinger, Gavin Lux, and Zach LaVine
46 Myth, Grayson Allen, Tre Jones, and Albralelie
47 Rick, Will Knight, Hilary Knight, and Dan Bennet
48 Booba, McJaggers, TigerDailyy, and ItzzFocus
49 Jerry Ferrara, Jon Paul, Jeff Clive, and Nicholas Vinyard
50 Teuq, Ksap, Steez, and Sevn Thomas
51 Yassuo, Trick2G, Cookiemanman, and Reptar
52 Gordon Hayward, Boris Golubov, Nate Orlando, and Will Fahrenbach
53 Josh Hart, Allie Long, Meyers Leonard, and Zeno
54 DeMarcus Cousins, Mikal Bridges, Joc Pederson, and James Wiseman
55 Marcus Smart, Romeo Langford, TY Reese, and Trey Davis
56 RJ Hampton, Marcus Melvin, Christian Gregory, and Jalen Wilson
57 Colton Underwood, Chris Galya, Langdon Froomer, and Cameron Fuller
58 Karma, Holly, Ibulieve, and Gunplay


Chipotle Warzone Challenge format

All of the teams were given three hours to try and get as many good games of Warzone as they could, with only their four best matches from that time window going towards their overall score.

Scoring was based on both eliminations (one point) and wins (five points), so you could imagine the incredible performances some of the teams had to have to put up these kinds of monstrous numbers.

As for the teams themselves, many of them were invited by Chipotle to participate with another 32 making it from the qualifier rounds that took place in the weeks prior, including the squad that ended up winning the whole thing.

In addition to all the prize and charity money they awarded out for this tournament, Chipotle also hooked up fans with free food as well – 3,000 burritos to be exact.

3,000 viewers were treated to one of the restaurant chain’s most popular menu items as a way to thank fans for watching. Now, the only thing that remains to be seen is what Chipotle have up their sleeve for the rest of 2020!

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How to watch HusKerrs Howl $300K Warzone event: streams & schedule

Published: 30/Oct/2020 3:39 Updated: 30/Oct/2020 3:45

by Brad Norton


Another massive Warzone event is heating up as popular content creator and battle royale champion Jordan ‘HusKerrs’ Thomas is hosting his very own tournament with $300,000 on the line.

Following close behind Vikkstar’s original Warzone competition, HusKerrs is next in line for his own huge Call of Duty event. HusKerrs Howl aims to crown the best partners in the world as this unique event focuses on Duos action.

After making history as the first player to pass six figures in Warzone winnings, it’s only fitting that HusKerrs’ event comes with the biggest prize pool yet. A whopping $300,000 is up for grabs over the course of two weeks.

From the teams that will be dropping in to when each round of action is taking place, we’ve got you covered. Here’s everything you need to know about the HusKerrs Howl Warzone event.

What is the HusKerrs Howl Warzone event?

The HusKerrs Howl event is one of the biggest Warzone tournaments to date. Not just in terms of prizing, but in how long it’s set to last and how many teams will be getting involved.

Duos will be dropping into Verdansk across multiple weeks in order to qualify for the Finals. Additionally, there’s also a special one-off Zombie Trios section to get things going before the Duos competition really begins.

A brand new Twitch channel has been created just for this event with HusKerrs set to host. We’ve embedded this below for your convenience. Expect almost every competitor to be sharing their own perspective throughout the tournament as well.  

HusKerrs Howl Warzone event schedule

Warzone gameplay
Infinity Ward
HusKerrs Howl will be starting with a Zombie Royale showdown.

First up is the special Zombie Day event on Friday, October 30 at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET. This is a unique Trios competition in the Zombie Royale playlists. Only one team can take out the prize for what is essentially a warm-up run before the real show starts up.

The following day on October 31, Duos will be dropping in for the first round of qualifying action. This will be followed up by the second and third rounds on November 5 and November 6 respectively.

Last but not least, the best Duos from the qualifiers will advance through to the Finals. This takes place on November 7 to determine the overall winner of the HusKerrs Howl event.

HusKerrs Howl Warzone event format

Warzone gameplay
Infinity Ward
This particular competition is for Duos only.

This particular Warzone competition is for Duos only and will feature a double-elimination bracket. 16 teams will be dropping in for the first day of action. They will go head to head until the very end with only the Top 3 qualifying for the Finals.

For the final two days of the qualifiers, only eight duos will be playing. From here, the Top 2 make it into the Finals. This makes seven Duos so HusKerrs will be taking the eighth and final spot.

As teams are going head to head, the Duo with the highest point total in each matchup will advance. No different from most Warzone events, teams will be awarded one point per elimination. There’s currently no telling how many points will be awarded for higher placements in each match.

Stay tuned over the coming days for full recaps and results as the action gets underway. Big names such as Symfuhny, Aydan, and TeePee are all expected for the event. So it’s sure to be an intense tournament.