Some of the best Warzone players are set to duke it out in the latest Twitch Rivals tournament, with top streamers and pros taking to custom lobbies to compete for their share of $75,000 and the top spot in the final standings.
- 49 Trio teams drop into five private matches.
- $75,000 prize pool divided amongst each team.
- Kill multiplier for final placement.
Competitive Warzone is in no way slowing down following the Season 4 Reloaded update, with the Twitch Rivals Showdown being the latest tournament to pit the top streamers and professional players against each other in custom lobbies. With Warzone’s best duking it out for a share in the $75,000 prize pool, expect the competition to be fierce.
Here’s everything you need to know about the Twitch Rivals Warzone Showdown, including standings, how to watch it, the format, prize pool, and competitors.
Twitch Rivals Warzone standings
We will up update this piece with the top set of Twitch Rivals Warzone standings for both the EU and NA tournaments when they are officially made available.
Twitch Rivals Warzone Standings – EU
Twitch Rivals Warzone Standings – NA
Not yet available
Stream & schedule
The Main Event of Warzone’s Twitch Rivals Showdown starts on Tuesday, July 20 at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET / 10 PM BST. With the streamers playing in five matches, expect the event to last roughly five hours.
The tournament will be broadcast on Twitch Rival’s official Twitch channel, which we’ve embedded above. This will serve as a hub, giving an overview of the tournament as a whole. Also, if you have a favorite to win, you can tune into their stream directly.
Format & prizing
Rather than your typical 2v2 tournament or hour-long kill race, Twitch Rivals will have all 49 Trios in the same custom lobby, fighting to be the last team standing. Similar to the World Series of Warzone, the Trios will play in five matches, with the team boasting the most points at the end crowned the winner.
To incentivize the high-pace action Warzone is known for, there will be a kill multiplier in effect. For making it into the late game, the points per kill will be multiplied. For example, if a team gets 10 kills and makes it to 2nd place, their kills will be multiplied by 1.5, giving 15 points.
Here’s the rundown of the Twitch…