Team SuperEvan won the Twitch Rivals Doritos Disruptor Warzone tournament, walking away with their share of the $25,000 prize pool.
Hosted by Doritos, this Twitch Rivals Warzone tournament saw 49 groups of trios compete in six private matches of Call of Duty: Warzone, all to claim the prize pool of $25,000 and a year's supply of Doritos. The tournament played out with a number of rules for competitors to follow, to ensure the games remained fair and interesting. Some of the rules included:
Ground loot and loadout limitations:
- No Riot shields
- No launchers (including Combat Bow and Crossbows)
- No shotguns
- No stoner 63
- No Akimbo pistol
- No snipers (exceptions: HDR, AX-50, and the Tundra)
- Ground loot snipers can be claimed until a loadout is hit
- No melee weapons (exceptions: Knife)
A full list of every rule and restriction can be found on the Twitch Rivals site.
Team SuperEvan Wins Twitch Rivals Doritos Disruptor Warzone Tournament
After a fierce competition, Team SuperEvan beat out the likes of Team Tommey and Team ShadedStep for the top spot, earning the first place prize of the $10,000 and a year's supply of doritos. The list of prizes for the first three places were as follows:
- First place: $10,000/$3,333 for each player
- Second place: $6,000/$2,000 for each player
- Third place: $3,000/$1,000 for each player
Prizes were awarded to the top eight teams who competed in the tournament.
Team SuperEvan won with a grand score of 1388. Team Tommey followed closely in second place, with a score of 1375. Teams earned points for total kills and placement per round. A multiplier was applied based on player placements and teams were ranked based on their cumulative score after each round.
By placing first, Team SuperEvan has qualified to compete against Swagg in the Doritos Disruptor Series Finals in December.