clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Call of Duty: Warzone’s first big streamer tournament is being hosted by 100 Thieves

Warzone from Home

two players in Call of Duty: Warzone rush toward a helicopter Image: Infinity Ward/Activision
Austen Goslin (he/him) is an entertainment editor. He writes about the latest TV shows and movies, and particularly loves all things horror.

Call of Duty: Warzone is only a week old, but streamers have already been grinding out wins in the game’s battle royale mode, and that means it’s time for some competition. Thankfully, the game’s first big tournament has already been announced.

It’ll be hosted by the 100 Thieves esports organization, and it’s called Warzone from Home — a play on working from home, since that’s what many people in the United States are doing right now. Warzone from Home will bring together 16 teams of the biggest name Call of Duty streamers and influencers to compete against each other for the top spot. There will be a $50,000 prize pool with the proceeds going to the top teams’ choices of charities.

Meanwhile, fans will be able to get in on the prizes too via Cash App, the tournament’s presenting sponsor, which is giving away $50,000 to viewers during the tournament.

There’s no word yet on which streamers will be competing in Warzone from Home, but with so many streamers playing Warzone already it seems like there will be no shortage of competitors. 100 Thieves’ Warzone from Home tournament will start on Friday, March 20. In days leading up to the tournament, 100 Thieves will announce who is competing, as well as who will be casting and hosting the stream.

The next level of puzzles.

Take a break from your day by playing a puzzle or two! We’ve got SpellTower, Typeshift, crosswords, and more.