Competitive Warzone has skyrocketed in popularity since the game’s release with talented players earning impressive amounts of cash to top the Warzone highest earnings leaderboard. Here are the latest standings during Warzone Season 5.
Call of Duty: Warzone has seen much success since it arrived in the video game world back in 2020. As with many popular multiplayer games, a passionate, competitive scene has emerged from Warzone and has seen talented players from across the world show off incredible skills and earn large amounts of money.
With more Warzone tournaments on the way, many community members are curious as to which players have earned the most money from competing in the Call of Duty battle royale.
This is why we have gathered everything you need to know about the Warzone highest earnings leaderboard so that you can know which players top the list when it comes to prize money won.
Warzone highest earnings players leaderboard
Millions of dollars have been up for grabs for players to secure over the course of Warzone’s competitive life, which means that a multitude of players has been able to put up exceptional performances in competitions and earn themselves a pretty penny for their work.
Leading esports earnings resource esportsearnings.com has a wide-ranging database of prize money won by players in various esports, including the top 500 players in the world when it comes to prize money won from Warzone, which means the community has an ample view of which players have seen the most success so far.
Thanks to them, you can find the top 30 players in the world when it comes to the Warzone highest earnings leaderboard below:
At the time of writing, Aydan “Aydan” Conrad is at the very top of this leaderboard when it comes to winnings, with a total of $273,015.25 having been won during his time competing in the battle royale game throughout 2020 and 2021.
This is not surprising considering that Aydan was a talented Fortnite player in the past and won high-level competitions in that game and has easily transitioned to competing in Warzone.
The top five players in 2021 are currently as followed, with their winnings too:
- Aydan – $164,744.42
- Fifakill – $147,447.15
- Rated – $144,896.93
- Tommey – $135,799.69
- Almond – $122,873.55
At the time of writing, the most recent Warzone tournament was the FaZe Swagg Warzone Invitational Tournament. After some intense competition, Team Jukeyz came out on top with Jukeyz, Lenun, and Fifakill coming out on top.
This has obviously helped Fifakill to maintain his place in Warzone’s top 5 thanks to the group’s overall winners purse.
There is no doubt that many of these players will be looking to continue or improve their position on the Warzone highest earnings leaderboard when the World Series of Warzone kicks off with its $1,200,000 prize pool this year.
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