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Team SuperEvan wins $75k Warzone Twitch Rivals Showdown: Results & prizing

After a stacked month of competitive Call of Duty, here’s how the $75k Warzone Twitch Rivals Showdown went down.

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After a stacked month of competitive Call of Duty, Team SuperEvan secured the $75k Warzone Twitch Rivals Showdown win.

While Warzone Season 5 has brought about plenty of changes to the actual game, but the competitive scene continues to offer thousands of dollars to Warzone’s best. Hot on the heels of the Faze Swagg Warzone Invitational, we saw another round of the ever-popular Twitch Rivals Showdown.

The event saw superstar streamer Michael ‘shroud’ Grzesiek return to Warzone, but it was Evan ‘SuperEvan’ Moore and DiazBiffle who brought home the win.

We’ve got all the details here for the August 25 Twitch Warzone Showdown event including results, official stream, prizing, and more.

Warzone Twitch Rivals results (top 10)

PlacementTeamPointsPrize
1stTeam SuperEvan100.3$15,000
2ndTeam Frozone87.6$8,000
3rdTeam Knight61.4$6,000
4thTeam Tommey58.9$5,000
5thTeam TheBoiSantana54.4$4,000
6thTeam Nickool54$3,000
7thTeam MuTex53.5$3,000
8thTeam Bloo52$2,000
9thTeam news51.9$2,000
10thTeam itsEyeQew51.9$2,000

After five intense matches, SuperEvan and DiazBiffle won the day, securing themselves the top prize of $15,000.

$75K Warzone Twitch Rivals Showdown stream

Twitch Rivals Warzone Standings

The latest round of Warzone Twitch Rivals Showdown took place on Wednesday, August 25 at 7 AM PT for European teams, followed by North America at 2 PM PT.

Those looking to catch up on top of all the action should head over to the official Twitch Rivals channel, where you can watch back through the full VOD. There were five matches in total, bringing the event to the five-hour mark.

$75K Twitch Rivals Warzone Showdown format & prizes

Teams of two dropped into custom duos lobbies to battle it out. Points were dished out for kills, then they were multiplied based on where they finished in each game.

See a full breakdown below:

PlacementKill Multiplier
1st2.0x
2-5th1.5x
6-15th1.3x
16-25th1.1x
26th+1.0x

Everyone who took part walked away with some of the $75,000 prize pool, regardless of where they wound up in the final standings.

See full details of how prizes are awarded below:

Overall PlacementPrize
1st$15,000
2nd$8,000
3rd$6,000
4th$5,000
5th$4,000
6th-7th$3,000
8th-10th$2,000
11th-15th$1,000
16th-20th$650
21st-25th$550
26th-30th$450
31st-35th$350
36th-40th$300
41st-47th$250

Who competed in the Twitch Rivals Warzone Showdown?

Warzone’s Twitch Rivals Showdown brought many familiar faces from the pool of the highest earners, but there were also some surprising competitors.

While the likes of Aydan ‘Aydan’ Conrad and Liam ‘Jukeyz’ James were involved, we also saw shroud’s long-awaited return to Warzone after many months away.

Here’s an overview of all the duos who took part in Twitch Rivals.

For more Warzone, be sure to check out how to use the new ‘Look for Party’ beta, and how many accounts have been banned.

Image credits: Activision / Twitch