How to watch Toronto Ultra’s $100k Holiday Feast Warzone tournament

Liam Mackay

Call of Duty pros and streamers will be competing for $100k in Toronto Ultra’s Holiday Feast Warzone tournament on December 22 at 1PM ET. 

Warzone tournaments have been extremely popular since the battle royale’s launch in March 2020. Teams of streamers and professional players queue into public matches of Warzone to find out who’s best on that given day. Most often, teams will either do 2v2 kill races or accumulate points over several games, with eliminations and placement counting towards their score.

CDL teams have been hosting Warzone tournaments and most recently, streamers DougIsRaw, TeePee, and Newbz won the New York Subliners $100k WarzoneMania tournament. 

Next up, on December 22 at 1PM ET, Toronto Ultra will be hosting the $100k Holiday Feast Warzone tournament.

How to watch the Warzone tournament

The Holiday Feast tournament will be broadcast on the official Call of Duty Twitch channel at 10AM PT / 1PM ET / 6PM GMT.


Alternatively, you can watch individual streamers and pro players play through their Twitch or YouTube channels. Once the tournament is live, you can see exactly who is playing.

At halftime, there will also be a musical performance featuring Contradash broadcast on Call of Duty’s YouTube channel.

Holiday Feast tournament format

The tourney will take place over two rounds with the first lasting four hours and the second two and a half hours.

30 teams of trios will play public matches over the course of the tourney, recording eliminations and placement points to create a total score. Teams’ top five games will count towards their total score for round one, and the top three will count for round two. Only the top 12 teams will advance to the second round and be in the money.

$100k Warzone prize pool

All top 12 teams will earn a cash prize, with the winning team earning a whopping $35k and 12th place receiving $1500.

Tune into the Call of Duty Twitch channel to watch some of the world’s best Warzone players duke it out for their share of $100k.


Here are list of some of the notable teams:

Team Vikkstar

  • Vikkstar
  • Leniun
  • Loucim

Team Rated

  • Rated
  • SuperEvan
  • DiazBiffle

Team Aydan

  • Aydan
  • ZLaner
  • Huskerrs

Team Tommey

  • Tommey
  • Newbz
  • Almxnd

Team Methodz

  • Methodz
  • Frozone
  • Deleo

Team Bobby Poff

  • Bobby Poff
  • ClutchBelk
  • Destroy

Team Symfuhny

  • Symfuhny
  • JoeWo
  • Crowder

Image Credits: Toronto Ultra & Activision