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Code Red’s $25k Warzone tournament: Results, bracket, format

The Code Red Warzone tournament took place on January 28, so here’s who won, and everything else you need to know.

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Warzone Code Red tournament

On Thursday, January 28, the biggest names in Warzone will be competing in BoomTV’s Code Red 2v2 tournament.


  • Aydan and Rated win, beating Newbz and Intechs in the grand final
  • Code Red Warzone tournament took place on January 28 at 12 PM PT / 3 PM ET / 8 PM GMT
  • 2v2 kill-race format
  • Teams included Swagg, HusKerrs, and Tommey
  • $25,000 prize pool up for grabs – winner took home $15,000

How to watch Code Red Warzone tournament

You can watch the stream through BoomTV’s Twitch channel, which we’ve embedded below.

Alternatively, if you have a favorite to win, you can watch individual competitors play through their Twitch or YouTube channels. Read on for the full list of competitors.

Code Red Warzone tournament bracket

There are 16 teams containing 32 of the biggest names in competitive Warzone, with Aydan, HusKerrs, and Twitch Rivals winner unRationaL will all be competing for their share of $25,000 USD.

BoomTV have released the bracket, which you can check out below.

Aydan & Ratedvs.GalvaniseCOD & Sasquxtch
SuperEvan & ZLanervs.IceManIsaac & exzachtt
Swagg & GD_Booyavs.Jukeys & YKTDeleo
Tommey & AlmxndTVvs.itswarsz & vxpulear
HusKerrs & Destroyvs.Dirty & Metaphor
BobbyPoffGaming & Mayappovs.Bloo & Flxnked
jaredfps & ClutchBelkvs.Newbz & Intechs
TeePee & DougisRawvs.unRationaL & StayFinessen

Winners of these bouts will carry on in the winners bracket, with the losing team dropping down to the losers bracket.

To watch the full bracket as the tournament progresses, head to boom.tv.

Code Red Warzone tournament format

The Code Red Warzone tournament will have two duos dropping into a game of squads together. The teams will race to get the most kills over two games, with the winners continuing to play in the winners bracket.

Those who lose will drop down into the losers bracket, where they need to win “best of one” games to stay in the tournament, and then win a “best of two” in the losers finals.

The winners of each bracket will then compete in the grand final, with the $25,000 prize pool split between the top three teams.

  • 1st: $15,000
  • 2nd: $7,000
  • 3rd: $3,000

Code Red Warzone tournament anti-cheat

In order to combat cheaters, BoomTV has set strict rules players must follow before starting the tournament.

Warzone player dropping in

PC players are required to stream, must have VODS (past broadcasts) enabled, and should begin their stream 10-15 minutes before the tournament starts.

Before launching Warzone, they must scroll through task manager so that Boom TV staff can see what they have running. Then they must launch Warzone with task manager still running, and scroll through it again.

And to stop players from ‘smurfing’ by using a lower skilled account to avoid skill-based matchmaking, competitors must play on their main account.

Image Credit: BoomTV / Activision