Toronto Ultra $100K Warzone Tournament: Standings, Leaderboard, Teams, Format, Dates, Prize Pool And Everything You Need To Know

The Toronto Ultra Call of Duty League franchise has announced it is hosting a second $100K Warzone tournament in Season Two of the popular battle royale.

Featuring popular streamers and some of the best Warzone players in the world, the tournament will see trios battle it out for a share of $100,000 in prize money.

Here’s everything you need to know about the tournament, including some of the notable teams competing, the format, dates, schedule and more!

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Day 2 Results

After the field was narrowed down to the top 16 teams, only one stood tall at the end of the tournament.

Team Swagg walked away with the top prize, with Team Tommey finishing second, and Team HusKerrs rounding out the top three.

Day 1 Results

The first day of the competition has come to a close!

The 36 teams have been whittled down to 16 who will advance and compete for the $100,000 in prize money.

Find the results from day one below:

Toronto Ultra Warzone Tournament Results
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A total of 36 teams will be dropping into the action when the tournament gets underway.

The full list of competitors has yet to be revealed but the Ultra has revealed a handful of notable teams taking part.

  • Team Aydan -Aydan, Rated, SuperEvan
  • Team BobbyPoff – BobbyPoff, ClutchBelk, Destroy
  • Team Flexz – Flexz, MrxSoki, Xaxe
  • Team Unrational – Unrational, Blazt, Mutex
  • Team Tommey – Tommey, Newbzz, Almxnd
  • Team Swagg - Biffle, Swagg, Booya

With more teams likely to be revealed ahead of the start of the tournament, the list will be updated as soon as the news breaks so be sure to check back for the latest information!


For those familiar with competitive Warzone tournaments, the Ultra 100K will follow the rules of a traditional kill-race with some modifications to scoring and timing.

Toronto Ultra Warzone Tournament Format
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The opening day of the tournament begins on March 1st at 1PM ET (6PM GMT) with the second day of the event kicking off on March 2nd at the same time.

Prize Pool

The event will see teams competing for a share of $100,000 in prize money.

The full prize breakdown can be found below

  • 1st - $50,000
  • 2nd - $30,000
  • 3rd/4th - $10,000
  • 5th-8th - $3,000

How To Watch

The tournament will be broadcasted live on Call of Duty’s official Twitch and YouTube channels.

Once the stream goes live, we will post it below!

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