Call of Duty: Warzone Tournament Winners Announced
Cox, the largest private telecom company in America, in partnership with professional Call of Duty League organization Florida Mutineers, announced the Elite Gamer Call of Duty: Warzone Tournament Series Pro-Am winners, Ka’ale “Pacesetter” Haili and Jason “Gangstazsalute88” Conway securing $15,000. The competition, powered by Elite Gamer, Cox’s new gaming service that enhances the gaming experience by reducing lag for PC gamers, began with open play-in tournaments on October 2nd, 13th, 21st and 23rd, and concluded with a celebrity Grand Finale Pro-Am Esports Championship Tournament on October 27th featuring Former 11 time defending MMA Flyweight Champion, Demetrious “Mighty Mouse” Johnson currently of Mighty Gaming, LEGIQN, Tfue and the dynamic duo Aydan & Tommey among many other elite gamers.
The Pro-Am runners up are “The Dezmond” and “aHTracT12”, securing $5,000.
The Pro-Am Championship Tournament, broadcast/streamed in a high-end live production, was the culmination of the four open tournaments and played remotely from players’ homes. The event featured esports pros, local celebrities, sports stars, and gaming influencers teaming up for 8 duo teams and 8 qualifying teams from Open Qualifiers (2 from each week’s open tournament) to make a 16 duo team Pro-Am Championship.
The full roster for the Pro-Am included the below teams:
1. Tommey & Aydan
2. Kekoa & RussDaddy
3. TheDezmond & aHTracT
4. sloppyharry & Unifyz
5. GunsWorld & Djmas23
6. Immude & Cinco
7. Pacesetter & Gangstazsalute88
8. Falnets & Shmelt
Invited teams for the Pro-Am included:
1. TFue & Symfhunny
2. FaZe Bloo & ClutchBelk
3. FaZe Pamaj & Skyz
4. Stince & Antwuan Woods
5. Karma & Stuwaki
6. LEGIQN & Zlaner
7. Mr Daft & ScummN
8. Mighty Mouse & BigDaddyRyyy
9. Merk & Maven
A prize pool of $20,000 was awarded to the first and second place teams from the Pro-Am tournament, with $15,000 going to first place and $5,000 to second. $5,000 will be donated to The Call of Duty Endowment ahead of Veterans Day on November 11th. The Call of Duty Endowment is a non-profit organization that seeks to help veterans find high-quality careers by supporting groups that prepare them for the job market and by raising awareness of the value veterans bring to the workplace.
The full stream from the Pro-Am can be viewed HERE.
For more information on the Elite Gamer Call of Duty: Warzone Tournament Series, please visit Elite Gamer Call of Duty: Warzone Tournament Series
Source: Press Release