Another Warzone tournament and this time brought you by the Call of Duty League’s Toronto Ultra. Featuring the best that Warzone has to offer with a massive payout for the winning side!
Warzone isn’t having its best moment – with Season 2 delayed to fix a litany of issues. But the show must go on!
And that’s why Call of Duty League franchise Toronto Ultra is putting on the Payout Warzone tournament.
Featuring some of the game’s most storied pro players and top streamers, teams will battle it out on recently re-introduced Rebirth Island for a share of the $25k prize pool.
Sound good? Here is everything you need to know.
How to Watch the Toronto Ultra Payout Tournament
The one-day tournament will take place on Wednesday, January 26 with the action kicking off at 1 pm PT / 4 pm ET / 6 pm GMT.
You can follow all the action on Toronto Ultra’s Twitch channel and many of the participants will be streaming their POVs on their channels too.
Toronto Ultra Payout – Format
The Toronto Ultra Payout tournament is all about kills! Played on the smaller Rebirth Island, 10 Quads will frag out over six custom lobbies.
The team with the most kills at the end of each of the six matches will take home $2,000.
At the end of the tournament, total kills will be tallied up with the top three teams walking away with $1,500, $1,000, or $500.
An extra $10,000 is divided among all participants based on the number of kills.
The Toronto Ultra Payout will feature 10 teams of four (Quads). Teams are made up of CDL pros as well as recognizable faces from the world of Warzone.
Toronto Ultra is drip-feeding the captains and has so far announced:
- James “Insight” Craven
- Emma “Emz”
- Gavin “Unrational”
- Jordan “Legiqn” Payton
We’ll update this as Toronto Ultra announces more captains!
Want to play like a pro? Then why not check out our 5 best meta weapon loadouts for Rebirth Island?
Of course, Warzone Pacific Season 2 has been delayed.
There are many issues currently affecting the game and the tournament organizers must be hoping ones like the terrible hit registration don’t rear their ugly heads.
And that is to say nothing about the cheaters flying around in flying cars!
All hope is not lost though, check out the 5 things we want to see in Warzone Pacific Season 2. Hopefully, it can get the game back on track.