There are thousands of players streaming Warzone across Twitch, YouTube, and Facebook. From FaZe Swagg to Dr Disrespect, we’re counting down the top ten CoD: Warzone streamers you should be watching.
Watching others play Call of Duty: Warzone feels almost as big as the game itself, with hundreds of thousands of viewers tuning in to watch their favorite players every day. Whether you’re looking to improve your gameplay, enjoy watching the top personalities, or want to meet like-minded people, there’s a stream out there for everyone.
There’s some excellent talent out there in terms of both in-game skill and entertainment, but we’re counting down the top 10 Warzone streamers with a range of different streams and playstyles.
its_iron has one of the world’s highest win counts. While he doesn’t roll around the map at a blistering pace like others on this list, its_iron plays every match with one goal – to win.
If you’re looking to improve at Warzone, see calculated gameplay, and watch how one of the top players wins almost every match, you should absolutely check out its_iron’s channel.
9. Evan “SuperEvan” Moore
Not only is SuperEvan a top-tier player in his own right, but he also plays with some of the most underrated streamers such as Almxnd and DiazBiffle. While its_iron plays slow for wins, Evan charges every team head-on, and almost always comes out on top.
To watch some of Verdansk ’84’s best squads’ high-paced, aggressive gameplay, SuperEvan is always worth watching.
8. Kalei “Kalei” Renay
For a chilled stream to hang out in, Kalei is an excellent choice. Being exceptionally talented with a mouse and keyboard, Kalei is perhaps one of the best Kar98k users in the game.
Simply clicking on players’ heads, she hits clip after clip and pulls off some nasty trick-shots.
7. Rhys “Rated” Price
Regular duo partner of top-earner Aydan, Rated is one of the game’s most consistent top players. You’ll often see him play with some of the biggest names in the business and consistently ranks at the top of tournaments.
While being calmer and more calculated in his gameplay than some others, the 100 Thieves pro is a perfect example of how playing smart can bring home the win.
6. Jordan “HusKerrs” Thomas
Until recently, HusKerrs was the top-earning Warzone player. Exerting calm dominance over the map, HusKerrs makes every fight look easy.
Unlike most players on this list, he plays mouse and keyboard and beams enemies with laser accuracy. He’s the perfect example of what a skilled mouse and keyboard player can do.
5. Dr Disrespect
Dr Disrespect is one of the biggest streamers on the planet, and it’s easy to see why when watching him play Warzone. Not only do his streams have extremely high production value, but he always seeks to have “Violence, Speed, and Momentum” in his gameplay.
Doc may not be the best player on this list, but even when he’s having a bad day and ripping into the game, he still keeps the entertainment value at a maximum which keeps viewers going back for more.
4. Thomas “Tommey” Trewren
A professional Warzone player for 100 Thieves, Tommey has been doing insanely well in tournaments recently. Winning Jack Link’s Warzone invitational back to back, and coming second in FaZe’s $100K tourney, Tommey has proved he has the skill and endurance to compete at the highest level and is showing no signs of slowing down.
If you’re not sure which squad to follow during major tournaments, Tommey will almost always go the whole way, often bringing home the win.
3. Nick “NICKMERCS” Kolcheff
Although being a top player, NICKMERCS has stopped playing in Warzone tournaments, focusing on having fun and providing entertainment for his community. He most often plays with fellow streamers TimTheTatMan, Cloaksy, and CouRage, where they set themselves challenges, hilariously bicker and get gameplay for their YouTube channels.
For pure entertainment and a close-knit community, NICKMERCS is a great streamer to follow.
2. Kris “FaZe Swagg” Lamberson
Although FaZe Swagg mostly focuses his streams on entertaining his viewers, he’s known to frag out in tournaments. Swagg often tries out a range of different weapons, getting exceptional gameplay with high kills.
Although speeding around the map at a high pace with FaZe’s Nuke Squad, his stream still feels chilled out and inviting.
1. Aydan “Aydan” Conrad
Aydan most often plays competitively, going for high kill games in wager matches and the biggest tournaments. Driving around the map at a blisteringly fast pace, New York Subliners player Aydan chews through any team unfortunate enough to cross his path. He’s arguably the best player in the game, holding several World Records for kills.
Between matches or playing solo, Aydan engages with his chat talking about any topic that comes to mind but when in-game, he’s locked in, providing almost perfect gameplay.
If you want to see how one of the world’s best plays on a game-to-game basis, Aydan should be top of your Followed list.
There are plenty of other fantastic Warzone streamers out there, but these are the ten of the best you can be watching live every day.
After learning from the best, you can check out our tier list of every primary weapon in Warzone Season 3.
Image Credit: Activision / CODTracker / Aydan / NICKMERCS
How to unlock Iridescent Jackal skin in Warzone & Cold War Season 4
Warzone and Cold War is receiving its first ever Ultra-rarity Operator skin in Season 4, so here’s how to unlock Jackal’s Iridescent skin.
Warzone and Black Ops Cold War’s first Ultra-rarity Operator skin is arriving in Season 4, so here’s how to unlock new Operator Jackal’s Iridescent skin.
Alongside the brand new weapons and maps for Warzone and Cold War Season 4, the game will be introducing its first Ultra-rarity Operator skin. New Operator Jackal will receive a unique color-changing outfit, something Verdansk has never seen before.
This new skin “allows Jackal to come alive with a mesmerizing light pattern across his entire jumpsuit and mask,” making it a highly sought-after item in Season 4.
Here’s how to unlock Season 4 Operator Jackal and his Ultra-rarity Iridescent skin in Season 4.
How to unlock Jackal and Iridescent Operator skin
South African mercenary Jackal is Season 4’s featured Operator, who you’ll unlock as soon as you purchase the premium Battle Pass. This costs 1000 CoD Points and you can now either buy the pass yourself or receive it through Call of Duty’s new gifting system.
The Iridescent Jackal Skin will be unlocked at Tier 100 of the premium Season 4 Battle Pass. Reaching Tier 100 will take some time, but you can speed up the process by buying the Battle Pass Bundle for 2400 CoD Points, which includes 20 discounted Tier Skips, or you can take advantage of Double XP events.
Jackal Operator Mission challenges
Once you’ve unlocked Jackal’s Iridescent skin, there will be Operator Missions available to unlock extra styles and “additional cosmetic items.” For completing these missions, you’ll get the silver ‘Manta Ray’ style and the ‘Copperite’ skin, which gives him a “copper shine.”
We’ll need to wait until Season 4 arrives to see the Operator Mission challenges.
Once Season 4 officially goes live, we’ll update this article with Jackal’s Operator Mission challenges and rewards.
Image Credit: Activision / Treyarch
JGOD $100K Warzone Tournament: Bracket, standings, stream & schedule
Warzone stats master JGOD is hosting a $100K Warzone Tournament, and we have the bracket, standings, stream, and schedule covered.
Call of Duty: Warzone statistics master JGOD is going to be hosting a highly-anticipated tournament where players will be competing for the lion’s share of a $100,000 prize pool, and we have everything you need to know about the JGOD Warzone Tournament covered for you.
Warzone has seen various content creators become staples of the video game community regarding the kind of content they deliver to viewers regularly.
One fan-favorite creator is JGOD, as the statistics master is celebrated for the in-depth breakdown of the Call of Duty battle royale for things like weapon stats and more.
Now, JGOD will continue his work in the community by hosting a $100,000 Warzone Tournament that will see some of the best players in the world compete against each other in what is sure to be an exciting show.
We have the bracket, standings, schedule, and stream for the event covered for you so that you do not miss any of the action.
JGOD Warzone Tournament Bracket
We will update this article with the latest bracket for the event below when it is officially made available during each of the four days the competition will occur.
June 5 Bracket
June 15 Bracket
June 21 Bracket
JGOD Warzone Tournament Standings
This section will be updated with the latest set of standings for the competition throughout each day of the event.
JGOD Warzone Tournament June 5 Standings
The JGOD Warzone Tournament will be taking place over the course of 4 days. The first day will be taking place on June 5, 2021, at 5 PM PST/ 7 PM CST/ 8 PM EST/ 1 AM BST.
Players will compete for the second time on June 15, 2021 at 11 AM PST/ 1 PM CST/ 2 PM EST/ 6 PM GMT/ 7 PM BST.
This first day of action will consist of pool play that will see the first 6 captains of the event compete against each other in a 2v2 format.
The remaining three days of the event will occur weekly, with the final day of the competition taking place on June 26, 2021.
Viewers will be able to catch all of the action from the JGOD Warzone Tournament on the content creator’s official Twitch channel.
As with the majority of events, this is where a central hub is likely to be broadcasted that will rotate between the point of view of every competitor to give viewers the best overall view of the battles for the $100,000 prize pool.
There is sure to be plenty of action to arise out of the JGOD Warzone Tournament that will provide countless entertaining moments for the community to witness during its four days of competition.
For more Call of Duty: Warzone, check out the best loadout for the new AMP63 Pistol, and stay tuned for future news and guides.
Image Credits: JGOD/Activision
World Series of Warzone: Teams, Draft, Standings, & Stream
The World Series of Warzone is kicking competitive Warzone up a notch, and we have the teams, draft, standings and stream covered for you.
The World Series of Warzone will be the biggest competitive event in the history of the Call of Duty battle royale, and we have the teams, draft, standings, and stream for the event covered for you.
The competitive scene for Call of Duty: Warzone has become extremely popular following the release of the battle royale game in 2020, and it will be reaching new heights when the first of four World Series of Warzone competitions takes place in June.
With this in mind, we have gathered together everything you need to know about the first World Series of Warzone tournament on June 22 and 23, including the teams, draft, standings, and stream so that you do not miss any of the adrenaline-fueled action.
World Series of Warzone Draft
The format for the June 23 tournament will see five captains select a total of 10 trios each from North America to represent them in the Captain’s Cup.
They will battle to get their collective teams the most points when the dust settles on verdansk ’84 on June 23 and the $100,000 prize pool for the Captain’s Cup.
The draft for the first World Series of Warzone event will take place on June 22 and will be broadcasted on the Twitch Rivals Twitch channel.
We will update this piece with the June 22 World Series of Warzone draft results when officially revealed to the community.
World Series of Warzone Teams
The June 23 tournament will see a total of 50 teams of three players to get the most combined points for their respective squads (five teams of 30 players) under the leadership of one of the five captains, who will each have their own trios teams for the Captain’s Cup.
The five captains that will be leading all of the teams for the tournament can be found below:
The 50 trios will also be competing individually across six matches to see who can collect the most points from kills and overall placements to secure a share of a $200,000 prize pool during the June 23 event.
We will update this piece with all of the individual teams competing in the June 23 World Series of Warzone tournament when they are officially revealed.
World Series of Warzone Standings
We will update this piece with the latest World Series of Warzone standings throughout the course of each tournament.
Twitch Rivals Stream
The 2021 World Series of Warzone will be broadcasted exclusively on Twitch in a partnership with Twitch Rivals, so fans will be able to watch all of the action from each event unfold on the Twitch Rivals channel, which we will embed below when the broadcast for each event begins.
There is no doubt that a great deal of excitement will arise out of each event from the 2021 World Series of Warzone as teams compete to be at the top of the final standings and claim their title as the best Call of Duty: Warzone players in the world.
Image Credits: Activision
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