Who Won the World Series of Warzone?
By Jack O'Dwyer
The World Series of Warzone has concluded and winners have been crowned.
While the separate Captain's Draft took place on Tuesday, June 22, the actual tournament didn't begin until Wednesday, June 23, at 5 p.m. ET. Several trios lined up to prove their worth in the literal competitive world of Warzone—and earn a bit of that $300,000 prize pool, too.
Here are the final standings and earnings of the winners.
World Series of Warzone Winner
The trio of Aydan "Aydan" Conrad, Rhys "Rated" Price, and Jordan "HusKerrs" Thomas took first place in the tournament with a score of 121.5
They were followed by trios Repullze, Lucky Chamu, and SuperEvan, and Swagg, DiazBiffle, and Booya in second and third place with scores of 108.5 and 107, respectively. Clearly, while there may have been a gap between first and the rest, second and third was nearly too close to call.
Fleshing out the top five, UnRationaL, Nickool, and ScummN took fourth place with a score of 103, and ZColorss, TheDezmond, and aHTracT landed in fifth with 100.5 points.
Kris "Swagg" Lamberson took first place in the Captain's Cup, followed by Aydan in second, TimTheTatMan in third, TheDanDangler in fourth, and Nadeshot in fifth.
World Series of Warzone Payout
The World Series of Warzone had a massive $300,000 prize pool where all well-placed players could get a decent cut of the spoils.
As first-place winners, Aydan's trio took home $50,000. Repullze's group came away with $30,000, Swagg's got $20,000, UnRationaL's got $15,000, and ZColorss scored $10,000. Within the first ten places in trios, alone, the pool would be halved by $157,500.
Captain's Cup winner Swagg managed to take home $50,000 on his own. Aydan snagged $15,000, TimTheTatman took $13,000, TheDanDangler got $12,000 and Nadeshot got $10,000. The total prize pool for the top five Captain's Cup winners was $100,000.