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Who Won the NA Warzone Twitch Rivals Tournament?

Now that players have had the chance to participate in the Warzone Twitch Rivals tournament properly, who took home the gold?
Now that players have had the chance to participate in the Warzone Twitch Rivals tournament properly, who took home the gold? / Photo courtesy of Activision, Twitch

Now that players have had the chance to participate in the Warzone Twitch Rivals tournament properly, who took home the gold?

This Twitch Rivals competition made headlines earlier after several hackers were caught participating and throwing off the results in the EU — barely a week after Raven Software's 50,000-account ban wave. After several calls to action and public outrage from both entrants and fans alike, the administrators finally relented and called for a competition reset.

Warzone NA Twitch Rivals Tournament Results

The competition was comprised of 50 trios teams competing for the lion's share of $75,000 — though all would get a piece for participating, from $15,000 to $300.

Team Swagg, made up of Swagg, Booya, and DiazBiffle, came in first place with 104.4 points to grab that $15,000 cash prize. The tournament remained tight until they scored 50 points within a single game and were just barely able to push past their competitors.

They were followed close beyond by Team TeePee — TeePee, DougisRaw, and Cloakzy — with 100.8 points in second and Team LuckyChamu — SuperEvan, LuckyChamu, Repullze — in third with 92 points. They took home $12,000 and $9,000, respectively.

Team Tommey — Tommey, newbz, Almond — and Team zColorss — aHTracT12, TheDezmond, zColorss — fleshed out the top five with 85.3 and 74.1 points. In sixth place, despite an impressive early performance, was Team Tfue.

Team Aydan took ninth place — a surprising result from a trio hosting Warzone's highest-earning player. It's unclear what kept Aydan from rising to the top again, but it certainly keeps things competitive in the Call of Duty scene.