News > Call of Duty Warzone 1v1 Online Tournament - Wednesday 25 March
We had a fantastic first Warzone Tournament last week and we are back with our second one hosted on our competitive gaming platform. This article provides the provisional details of our next Call of Duty Warzone online tournament hosted on IGGalaxy, our social competitive gaming platform.
Later this week, we will reveal details of our Warzone Tournament Series over April, where Call of Duty players will have the opportunity to qualify for the Grand Finals towards the end of April.
The Grand Finals in April will have a prize pool of over £1000! So join IGGalaxy and practice in our 1 v 1 Elimination Dash tournament taking place on Wednesday 25 March 2020.
Please remember that our platform is in public beta and we are always keen to hear feedback from players that compete in our first generation competitions. Over time, as we continue to build on IGGalaxy, we will create a dedicated online platform that provides a dedicated place for gamers to connect, socialise and compete.
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The winner of each match will be the player with the most eliminations within one match of Warzone. In the case of the same eliminations, the tie breaker will be based on damage to players and score respectively.
Total of 2m IGG (worth £80+ at the time of writing) automatically distributed dependent on placement, as outlined below:
Please note: As long as you complete the tournament by readying up promptly and reporting results, you will earn IGG tokens for participating.
You can check the estimated price of IGG tokens via websites like CoinGecko or CoinMarketCap. FOR THIS TOURNAMENT: At the time of writing, you would earn £0.11 in IGG tokens if you were eliminated first round!
To join the tournament, you must:
Call of Duty Warzone players compete to get the most amount of eliminations within a game. The player with the most amount of eliminations at the end of the game will be the winner. In the event of a tie in eliminations, then the following applies:
Eliminations > Damage > Score > Gulag gunfight sudden death
*If neither 1 or 2 determine a winner, then a sudden-death 'Gulag' gunfight will be played. In the case of a Gulag sudden death, please read the instructions below:
Step 1: The hosting player will create the lobby and invite their opponent using their Activision ID. Player's Activision ID can be found on the 'Matches' section in the Tournament Overview. Please be sure when sending friend requests in-game that you are searching by Activision ID.
Step 2: Once all players participating in the match are in the lobby and everyone is ready, the hosting player may start the Warzone match.
Step 3: Players will play and attempt to accumulate the most eliminations possible during their game. The player with the most eliminations during a game will be awarded the win. If tied then it will go down to total damage. For tie-breaking situations, read above under the "How it Works" section.
Step 4: Once the match is complete, players are required to report the outcome on their 'Matches' section of the tournament. In the event of a dispute, please submit sufficient evidence. It is advised to provide evidence when submitting results.
**Host is left side of bracket on fixtures (desktop)/top of fixtures (mobile)**
Please ensure to read the full rules on the tournament overview page and feel free to ask any questions to tournament moderators.
Dispute Evidence: In the event of a dispute (discrepancy of results), please provide your screenshot evidence when you submit your results.
Call of Duty Warzone is a free to play Battle Royale game released on March 10, 2020, for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. The game is a part of the 2019 title Call of Duty Modern Warfare, but does not require the purchase of it.
Warzone allows online multiplayer combat with 150 players. It is set in the fictional city of Verdansk, and features cross-platform play and progression between both games.
Call of Duty Warzone has two modes, Plunder and Battle Royale. The game introduces a new in-game currency system called "Cash" which is used at "Buy Stations" in and around Verdansk. "Loadout" drops are an example of where Cash can be traded for limited access to players' custom classes (which are shared with Modern Warfare's standard modes). Players may also use Cash to purchase items such as "killstreaks" and gas masks. At launch, Warzone allowed a squad capacity of three. A solo mode was added to Warzone a week later on 17 March 2020. We expect other squad capacity formats to be introduced, including duos.
On 14 March 2020, Activision announced that Warzone had surpassed over 15 million downloads in the first 4 days. Within 10 days, Call of Duty Warzone has reached 30 million players!
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