Call of Duty: Warzone- What Are Z League Tournaments and How to Make Money Playing Them?

Published 07/18/2021, 10:24 AM EDT


The continuous growth and development of Call of Duty Warzone have brought it to its 4th season. Raven Software has finally added the much-needed custom lobby feature that will make things a lot easier for tournament organizers. However, there are tournaments like Z League that still operate in the public lobbies and serve as a great for players to make money. If you play Warzone competitively and are looking for a way to make money out of it, then sign up for Z leagues.

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Everything you need to know about Z leagues of Call of Duty Warzone

Prior to the latest update, tournaments like Z league will continue to operate through public lobbies. Competitors won’t actually get the chance to play against each other but instead, they will have to earn scores based on kills. Each kill will earn you one point and it will earn you a place in the top ten teams. Each team will get two hours to churn out the 4 best performances with the highest kill ratio and placement.

The first 5 teams will all earn cash prizes, and the tournament indeed has a skill division for all players. This will give everyone a fighting chance and ensures that you do not go against a professional player. This is indeed a great way for players to win cash prizes and it also takes your skill level into account. The platform makes use of a unique algorithm that ensures an equal playing field for all.

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This is a great way for you to hone your skills and to make some chunk of cash at the same time. Activision makes use of a hidden rank system and it does not display your skill level and it does not have a ranked system.

This is where Z-leagues excel as a tournament because of the absence of a proper ranked system. The algorithm decides to place you in a ranked division based on your recent performance and K/D ratio. It will allow players to learn which skill bracket that they belong to and how well they can perform as compared to other players.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports and has been professionally writing since 2016 and has worked across many fields. He regularly keeps tabs on a wide range of professional esports like Dota 2, Valorant, CS and fighting games. He has been an ardent gamer since his childhood, and became a defender of the ancients in Dota 2 during his college days.

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