20 Jul 2021 10:23 AM +00:00

Warzone Earnings And Top Warzone Earners in 2021

While the Call of Duty League (CDL) features the very best Black Ops Cold War players in the world, the best Warzone players on the planet compete in a variety of tournaments organised by different hosts and often have to play with different sets of rules.

With Season 4 in full swing, there are a variety of high-stakes tournaments that take place on a regular basis, giving the best players in the world to showcase their skills on the streets of Verdansk.

With more tournaments on the horizon, which players have managed to earn the most money?

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Top Warzone Earners

According to Esports Earnings, over $3 million has been awarded from numerous Warzone tournaments, with the number expected to increase as more World Series of Warzone tournaments taking place in the not too distant future.

Find the top 20 earners and how much they’ve won below:

  1. Aydan - -$271,731.91
  2. Rated - $219,805.26
  3. Tommey - $209,079.15
  4. HusKerrs - $204,108.37
  5. SuperEvan - $186,570.83
  6. Biffle - $162, 908.34
  7. Almond - $155,811.34
  8. WarsZ - $131,804.74
  9. Newbz - $123,274.98
  10. ZLaner - $115,777.76
  11. Swagg - $115,025.01
  12. JoeWo - $106,483.34
  13. Jukeyz - $104,533.37
  14. Stukawaki - $103,333.89
  15. Fifakill - $95,695.29
  16. Destroy - $90,562.50
  17. UnRationaL - $88,400
  18. Symfuhny - $82,600.01
  19. MuTeX - $81,838.03
  20. Frozone - $74,654.83

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As you can see from the list, the top 20 earners is filled with a mix of professional players and content creators that have all showcased their skills in the biggest tournaments. The list changes on a regular basis due to a variety of players achieving victory in numerous tournaments that contain prize pools of insane amounts of money.

We will update this article regularly so be sure to check back to see which Warzone players are topping the earnings charts.

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