CoD: How to Watch Toronto Ultra’s $100K Payout Warzone Tournament

Toronto Ultra are back with yet another $100K Warzone Tournament, here’s everything you need to know.

Toronto Ultra have returned with yet another $100K Warzone Tournament. This is great for the community, and comes at a time with minimal tournaments, giving viewers that competitive Warzone action they know and love. The event will span over two days and have $100K in prize money up for grabs, here’s all you need to know.

Format

Toronto Ultra’s $100K Payout Warzone tournament will take place over two days. The first day will see all 36 teams compete in a 4 hour kill race, with the top 16 teams advancing to day two. Day two will see teams play for two hours, with their best three scores counting towards their total. The top eight teams will then advance to round 2, another two hour kill race where the highest scoring team wins.

Teams

Full teams for the Toronto Ultra $100K Payout are yet to be announced. However, we know that some of the best Warzone players in the wolf will be competing. Players such as Tommey, Aydan, Newbz, SuperEvan, Rated and Almond will all be playing, so expect to see some of the best Warzone plays tonight.

Schedule and How to Watch

Toronto Ultra’s $100K Payout Warzone tournament kicks off at 1PM ET on both days of action. You can watch a casted broadcast from Merk and Maven on the Call of Duty Twitch Channel, or your favourite player will be streaming their POV.

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