Warzone has a lot of big names invested, but who are the best players in the battle royale in June 2021?
When it comes to a game like Warzone, it’s difficult to judge who the best players are. Unlike traditional shooters, there’s still an element of randomness to battle royale games, and Warzone is no exception.
Of course, there are still a range of factors to consider when selecting the best players in Warzone. You could go by their total earnings, but is Warzone’s highest-earning player really its best overall?
Alternatively, you could take a look at their K/D, average kills per match, or a player’s win percentage to determine the top Warzone gamers. Call of Duty analyst JGOD has taken all these stats into consideration and has come up with the definitive top 10 Warzone players already.
Warzone’s Top 10 Best Players in June 2021
According to JGOD, these are the top 10 best players in Warzone right now in June 2021. Each one is incredibly deadly in-game, and they’re all definitely candidates for the best in the game.
Bear in mind that some placements are certainly disputable, with some pro players having not had sufficient chances to prove themselves in tournaments or earn cash. However, all of them will be competing in the NYSL 100K Warzonemania tournament which is taking place today!
10 – Metaphor
One of Warzone’s best snipers, Luke “Metaphor” Canning is an ex-League of Legends player who is just as dominant in the battle royale. While not having had sufficient chance to prove himself in tournaments just yet, Metaphor averages around 10 kills per match and mostly plays Warzone Solos.
Since we know how horrible Warzone Solos can be, it’s incredibly impressive for a person to be putting out these kinds of numbers.
9 – TeeP/TeePee
Tyler “TeeP” Polchow is an ex-Call of Duty League legend, and a 2014 world champion player. Having been a player first, then a coach, and now a full-time streamer, TeeP shows an incredible performance in Warzone all the time.
JGOD states that TeeP is one of his favorite players to watch because of his methodical nature in-game. The streamer is known for making very smart plays to help secure wins and outmaneuver enemies in the battle royale – which explains why he wins 27.9% of all his Warzone games.
Incredibly, TeePee has lost to Warzone cheaters an insane number of times, and his record is still that high!
8 – MuTeX
Of course MuTeX gets a place on this list, having just destroyed the Warzone Solo Quads record with 61 kills. He’s also a record holder for Warzone Trio Quads, and seems to set new World Record on the regular.
Charlie “MuTeX” Saouma has the highest K/D on this list, at 5.85. On top of that, the user has over 112,000 kills in Warzone to date.
7 – AverageJoWo / NRG JoWo
When it comes to movement in Warzone, AverageJoWo is the king. Playing a lot of Solo Quads, you have to be a quick thinker and even faster on your feet.
Joseph Wohala (AKA AverageJoWo) is not only able to take down whole teams with his incredible movement skills, but he’s able to make it look easy.
6 – Jukeyz
Liam “Jukeyz” James is a Warzone pro from England who is known for aggressive plays with very smart gameplay. Interestingly, Jukeyz boasts solid performance in Warzone tournaments despite playing with high ping.
As the professional player is using EU servers to compete with those in America, his ping is often much higher than other competitors. Despite this major disadvantage, the Warzone gamer still proves himself to be one of the best in the game.
5 – ZLaner
Zack “ZLaner” Lane is a Warzone pro who has been steadily rising in the rankings over the last 6 months. Often known for his partnership with Dr Disrespect, ZLaner is also able to adapt to a range of Warzone squad members and is quickly becoming one of the game’s top earners.
ZLaner’s K/D is actually around 5.84 right now, placing him only slightly below MuTeX. Averaging around 12.1 kills per match, ZLaner is one Warzone player you want on your side.
4 – Tommey
Tommey is a Call of Duty player who has been playing professionally since the original Modern Warfare. Thomas Trewren actually has the highest average kills per match on this list with 13.2.
With a 20% win rate in Warzone, Tommey has the game knowledge and the skills to get the job done.
3 – SuperEvan
Sometimes it feels like SuperEvan slips under the radar but Evan Moore actually has the 3rd highest earnings in Warzone right now. SuperEvan performs well in every perceivable Warzone category, and his skill in-game is near unmatched.
For whatever reason, SuperEvan isn’t a name that makes as many waves as the rest of the figures on this list, but you’d be wrong to doubt his skills. When it comes to tournaments and wagers, this is one player to bet on.
2 – HusKerrs
Jordan “HusKerrs” Thomas rarely misses in Warzone, and it’s clear that the gamer has a ton of battle royale experience. Not only is HusKerrs the second-highest earner in Warzone with over $166,000 to his name, but he’s also a record-breaking battle royale player.
1 – Aydan
Although these top 2 are constantly battling for the top spot, number 1 on this list goes to Aydan Conrad. The 22-year-old Warzone player made the switch from Fortnite and is now one of the top battle royale players in the world.
Recently Aydan awkwardly pretended to be banned for YouTube views, but his skills are the real deal when it comes to Warzone. Look no further than the Warzone pro’s total earnings of over $192,000 and you’ll see why he deserves his placement.
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