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Speculation last month suggested Warzone could be coming to Call of Duty in March, and those rumors were right. Since release, it has risen to the top of trending streams across Twitch, Mixer, YouTube, and other streaming platforms. As of this article, Call of Duty: Warzone has 206,000 viewers on Twitch and three times the viewers of Fortnite. Players are enjoying themselves, and viewers are showing up to watch the recent release. Partner this up with the turbulent times of late and it is no surprise that 100 Thieves has announced a Call of Duty: Warzone tournament for charity, “Warzone from Home.”
Announcing Warzone From Home, a 100 Thieves Warzone tournament, presented by @CashApp!
16 teams. $100K prize pool.
$50K to winners’ charities. $50K to chat.
Get your $cashtags ready!
Tag the creators and pros you want to see battling it out this Friday. pic.twitter.com/DYz6443wcC
— 100 Thieves (@100Thieves) March 17, 2020
Warzone from Home
100 Thieves has announced a Call of Duty charity tournament that will take place this Friday, March 20 with a prize pool of $100,000. Sixteen teams will battle it out in hopes of becoming the Warzone from Home champion and $50,000 towards their charity of choice. 100 Thieves has partnered with CashApp again to provide a chance at a colossal chunk of change. You can chase this cash by being in the event’s chat with your $cashtag on hand. Stay tuned to 100 Thieves’ official Twitter account and Daily Esports for an update on the tournament’s start time.
If you’d like to be a captain and choose two players to battle through this tournament with, please tweet me or DM me! All spots will be allocated by end of day. https://t.co/1e9W1agQBE
— 100T Nadeshot (@Nadeshot) March 18, 2020
Teams and players have yet to be announced, but Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag states that selections will be completed today. However, one would expect to see Nadeshot, Jack “CouRage” Dunlop, and NoahJ456 participate. This trio of Thieves has taken to Verdansk quite often over the past week.
Outside of the gaming organization, there are a few other faces one could expect to find. Benjamin “DrLupo” Lupo is a deity when it comes to delivering for charities and has also shown support for the upcoming event on Twitter. Timothy “TimTheTatMan” John Betar and musical master Marshmello have been seen streaming Warzone together too. You can still help select what creators you’d like to see compete if you head over to 100 Thieves’ tweet and tag them.