How to watch Warzone $25k Twitch Rivals Dorito Disruptor tournament

Liam Mackay
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Another round of competitive Warzone is coming soon, with the $25k Twitch Rivals Dorito Disruptor Series featuring FaZe star Kris ‘Swagg’ Lamberson. Here’s everything you need to know about the tournament, including how to watch it, the format, and prizes.

Warzone Custom Lobbies continue to grow in popularity, with another Twitch Rivals tournament pitting the game’s best against each other. This time, a $25k tournament is sponsored by Doritos and puts FaZe Swagg front and center.

We’ve got all you need to know about the Twitch Rivals Dorito Disruptor Series tournament, including the stream, schedule, prizing, rules, and competitors.

Warzone Twitch Rivals Dorito Disruptor Series stream & schedule

Warzone’s Dorito Disruptor Series tournament will be broadcast on both the Twitch Rivals and Dorito Twitch channels at 12 PM PT / 3 PM ET / 8 PM BST on Monday, October 4. We’ve embedded Dorito’s Twitch channel above for your convenience.

Of course, you’ll also be able to watch through your favorite streamer’s channel if you wish to follow their specific POV. Swagg is confirmed to be broadcasting the event, and all of the other competitors will be streaming it too.

Warzone Twitch Rivals Dorito Disruptor Series format & rules

Warzone’s Twitch Rivals Dorito Disruptor Series will place 49 Trios into six private matches, with points earned for kills multiplied by placement.

There will also be a ton of special rules for the event, such as banning Dead Silence and Stopping Power. You can check out the full list on the Twitch Rivals site, but here are some of the highlights:

  • All players must use the default operator
  • In the event of a Jailbreak:
    • The game can continue if your teammate(s) are alive
    • If your teammates are dead, you must splat (cannot continue playing)
  • Ground loot and loadout limitations:
    • No Riot shields
    • No launchers (including Combat Bow and Crossbows)
    • No shotguns
    • No Stoner 63
    • No Akimbo pistol
  • No snipers
    • Exceptions: HDR, AX-50, and the Tundra
    • Ground loot snipers can be claimed until a loadout is hit
  • No melee weapons
    • Exceptions: Knife
    • Dead Silence and Stopping Power field upgrades cannot be used. If picked up they cannot be used even to be discarded. Any usage, at any time, will lead to player disqualification and zero points for the round
  • No tacticals allowed
    • Exceptions: Smoke grenades, Snapshot grenades, Decoy grenades, and Stims
  • Perk limitations: Ghost and Combat Scout cannot be used

Warzone Twitch Rivals Dorito Disruptor Series prizing

There will be $25,000 up for grabs in the Warzone Dorito Disruptor Series, with the winning team taking home $10k all to themselves.

Only players in the top eight teams will receive a cash prize, with the eighth-place Trio earning $600 between them.

Here’s the full prizing for Warzone’s Twitch Rivals Dorito Disruptor Series:

PlacementPrizing Per TeamPrizing Per Player
1st$10,000$3,333.33
2nd$6,000$2,000
3rd$3,000$1,000
4th$1,800$600
5th$1,500$500
6th$1,200$400
7th$900$300
8th$600$200

Warzone Twitch Rivals Dorito Disruptor Series teams

The Warzone Dorito Disruptor Series teams haven’t been officially confirmed, but a few competitors have revealed they will be taking part. Swagg, Aydan, IceManIsaac, JoeWo, BBreadman, and Wagnificent are just some of the confirmed competitors.

Of course, we expect some of the usual suspects to also be taking part, such as Tommey, HusKerrs, and Rated to also be competing.


And that’s all of the information we have for Warzone’s Twitch Rivals Dorito Disruptor Series tournament.

For more Warzone, check out everything we know about Season 6 and the return of the Haunting event!

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