Teams Swagg and LouiCM win Twitch Rivals Warzone Showdown: Final standings

Liam Mackay
Twitch Rivals Warzone Standings

Some of the best Warzone players battled it out in the latest Twitch Rivals tournament, and we have the final standings covered for you, with Teams Swagg and LouiCM taking home the victories.

Competitive Warzone is in no way slowing down following the Season 4 Reloaded update, with the Twitch Rivals Showdown being the latest tournament to pit the top streamers and professional players against each other in custom lobbies.

With Warzone’s best duking it out for a share in the $75,000 prize pool on July 20, the competition was incredibly fierce.

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Once the dust had settled on Verdansk, championship teams were crowned for North America and Europe, and we have the final results covered for you.

Twitch Rivals Warzone final standings

The North American competition delivered plenty of highlights for viewers, as Team Swagg was able to edge out Team TeePee by only a couple of points.

Both teams were neck and neck during the entire tournament, with the final game coming down between FaZe Booya of Team Swagg and TeePee as the final two players.

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Booya was able to take down TeePee in the final gunfight of the tournament and secure his team the NA Showdown championship. You can find the final standings for the NA event below:

Twitch Rivals Warzone Standings – NA

Twitch Rivals Warzone Standings

The European region had plenty of adrenaline-fueled action as well earlier in the day on July 20. Team GaGod, Jukeyz, and LouiCM were all within a few points of each other during each of the matches. Still, ultimately, Team LouiCM finished the tournament with 74.1 points and secured the championship victory.

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You can find the final standings for the EU event below:

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Twitch Rivals Warzone Standings – EU

Twitch Rivals Warzone Standings

Stream & schedule

The Main Event of Warzone’s Twitch Rivals Showdown started on Tuesday, July 20 at 2 PM PT / 5 PM ET / 10 PM BST. With the streamers playing in five matches, the event lasted roughly five hours.

The tournament was broadcasted on Twitch Rival’s official Twitch channel, which we’ve embedded above. This served as a hub, giving an overview of the tournament as a whole. Also, if you had a favorite to win, you could have tuned into their stream directly.

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Format & prizing

Warzone players fighting in Verdansk '84 Stadium

Rather than your typical 2v2 tournament or hour-long kill race, Twitch Rivals had all 49 Trios in the same custom lobby, fighting to be the last team standing. Similar to the World Series of Warzone, the Trios played in five matches, with the team boasting the most points at the end crowned the winner.

To incentivize the high-pace action Warzone is known for, there was a kill multiplier in effect. For making it into the late game, the points per kill will be multiplied. For example, if a team gets 10 kills and makes it to 2nd place, their kills will be multiplied by 1.5, giving 15 points.

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Here’s the rundown of the Twitch Rivals scoring structure.

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Rather than the top team’s bringing home all of the whopping $75,000 prize pool, all 49 Trios will be in the money. You can what each team is set to earn in the full breakdown below.


The NA and EU tournaments for the Twitch Rivals Warzone Showdown was an exhilarating show for all of the community and will no doubt not be the latest competition to get the adrenaline fueling for competitive fans.

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The next major event will be the World Series of Warzone EU Trios tournament on August 4th, and the official captains for the competition have been revealed, and the group consists of some big-name talents.

For more Warzone, check out how the development team for the Call of Duty battle royale has grown by almost 50%, and stay tuned for future news and guides.

Image Credit: Twitch Rivals / Activision

About The Author

Liam is CharlieIntel's Editor who focuses on Call of Duty but also plays lots of fantasy RPGs or anything else in his massive gaming backlog. After graduating in Journalism from Edinburgh Napier University, Liam freelanced in games journalism before joining CharlieIntel in November 2020. You can contact Liam at [email protected].