Twitch Rivals is one of highly popular series of tournaments where content creators or pro gamers of a particular game compete against each other online. And while the series has been running for a variety of video games for years now, it is time for the newly released Call of Duty: Warzone to get the spotlight. Some of the biggest names in the gaming community go head-to-head in Call of Duty: Warzone’s Battle Royale mode. Solos took place on Wednesday, March 25, at 20:00 PM GMT with Trios set to be held on Thursday, March 26, at 20:00 PM GMT.
The leaderboard is determined by the number of total kills and placements in a given game. Players and teams have 3.5 hours as a solo and a squad to score as high as possible on the leaderboard. The solo COD Warzone Twitch Rivals tournament took place on March 25. Led by DrDisrespect, Team DrDisrespect emerged victoriously and also comprised of HusKerrs and THEvsnz.
Soaring in Solos, Team DrDisrespect are the NA Twitch Rivals @CallofDuty Warzone Showdown Champs!@drdisrespect @HusKerrs @THEvsnz— Twitch Esports (@TwitchEsports) March 26, 2020
GGs to all of our stream teams and our partners @GoArmy and @GameFuel. pic.twitter.com/TUGywUdL4C
I just wish HusKerrs and Vsnz would’ve put up bigger numbers.— Dr Disrespect (@drdisrespect) March 26, 2020
Tomorrow, Day 2 of the Twitch Rivals event.
Easy money. https://t.co/VAsHFWT4co
The tournament has a total prize pool of $100,000 at stake, with $39,000 a day in public matchmaking and $11,000/day in bonuses, for the 27 participating teams. The next tournament which is set to take place on March 26 will be available on this link to watch live and see who battles their way to the top.