With Season 1 of Warzone now in full swing, following its integration with the Black Ops Cold War, the Toronto Ultra of the Call of Duty League is hosting a $ 100,000 “Holiday Feast” tournament for Battle Royale.
There’s nothing like a $ 100,000 competition to help spice up the holiday season for competitive Warzone players. For Toronto Ultra, this is the second such tournament they have organized for CoD’s popular Battle Royale – the NICKMERCS, Swagg and DiazBiffle trio took the first in August.
Now, fast forward to December and a lot of CDL professionals and content creators will once again take center stage in Verdansk and we have everything you need to know below.
Toronto Toronto Ultra $ 100k paid holiday celebration 🎄
– Toronto Ultra (@TorontoUltra) December 15, 2020
How to watch the Toronto Ultra Warzone event: schedule and flow
This event takes place on Tuesday, December 22 starting at 10 AM PT / 1 PM PT / 6 PM GMT and is expected to last approximately seven hours (more details in the format section). It is broadcast live on the official Call of Duty Twitch channel, which we have incorporated below for your convenience.
Clint ‘Maven’ Evans from Call of Duty League and Joe ‘MerK’ DeLuca handle live casting and commentary.
Toronto Ultra Warzone Holiday Feast teams and players
As in Ultra’s previous $ 100,000 competition, it includes numerous CDL pro players and content creators. The full list of all the teams and lists has not been announced yet, but it seems to invite a “captain” for each team who then chooses the other two players.
Here are the confirmed guests so far:
- NICKMERCS (has since been confirmed at not play)
We’ll update this list as more players are announced, so make sure you come back here regularly.
Toronto Ultra Warzone Holiday Feast format, score and breakdown of awards
This is a 30-team Trios competition that uses the popular “killer race” format, which means that all teams will compete in the public halls. Points are earned through eliminations and placements in each match based on the following breakdown:
This event is divided into two rounds, the first lasting four hours and the second, two and a half. Once the first round is over, the best five matches of each team are calculated based on the score format and put together, which determines their place in the overall standings after the first four hours. The first 12 teams in the first round then advance to the second round.
All 12 teams that reach the second round will win a share of the $ 100,000 prize pool, with $ 35,000 in first place. Here is the full breakdown of the award:
Be sure to come back here once the tournament is over for a detailed recap after the event, including the highlights and full final placements.