Although Season 5 of Warzone is coming to a close, the competitive Warzone scene is continuing to drop into Verdansk for the chance to win thousands in prize money. With Season 6 releasing on October 6th/7th, the Doritos Disruptor Series tournament hosted by Twitch Rivals is likely to be the final tournament to take place before the new season gets underway.
Featuring FaZe Clan member Swagg, the latest running of the Disruptor Series is likely to feature some of the very best players on the planet battling it out for the top step of the podium. Find absolutely everything you need to know about the event including how to watch it in this article!
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After six highly competitive matches, Team SuperEvan managed to emerge victorious in Verdansk, defeating Team Tommey by 1.3 points. Check out the top eight placements below:
- 1st - Team SuperEvan - $10,000 + year's supply of Doritos
- 2nd - Team Tommey - $6,000
- 3rd - Team ShadedStep - $3,000
- 4th - Team Metaphor - $1,800
- 5th - Team Destroy - $1,500
- 6th - Team Flxnked - $1,200
- 7th - Team Pieman - $900
- 8th - Team almightytjm - $600
How To Watch The Warzone Doritos Disruptor Series Tournament
The entire event will be shown on the Doritos Twitch channel and the Twitch Rivals channel. So you don't miss a single second of the action, we've embedded the stream below.
If you want a different perspective of the action, several players competing will be streaming their own points of view on their respective channels.
The tournament is scheduled to kick off at 3PM ET (8PM BST) on October 4th and should run for approximately five hours.
As with many competitive Warzone tournaments, players will drop into a custom Verdansk lobby and will earn points based on the number of kills and how high they place. Depending on placement, a multiplier will be applied to the score.
Unlike other tournaments, the Doritos Disruptor Series will feature a number of restrictions to ensure a level playing field is maintained. The official tournament page details all of the restrictions, but we've picked out some of the main bans that have been added:
- No Stoner 63
- No Riot Shield
- No Shotguns
- No Sniper Rifles (HDR, AX-50, and Tundra are allowed)
- No Dead Silence or Stopping Power Rounds
- No Tacticals (Smoke Grenades, Snapshot Grenades, Decoy Grenades, and Stim are allowed)
- No Ghost or Combat Scout
As the title suggests, there is a total of $25,000 up for grabs, and with some of the very best in North America set to compete, the tournament is guaranteed to be jam-packed with action!
Teams & Players
Although the only confirmed name taking part is Swagg, we can expect the likes of Aydan, Rated, Tommey, MuTeX, and HusKerrs to be dropping in for a chance to win one of the final tournaments of Season 5.