“Gun Skill Is the Most Important”- Aydan Ecstatic With Comeback to Top Twitch Rivals Warzone Standings and Win $300K World Series

Published 06/24/2021, 7:53 AM EDT


Call of Duty recently held its biggest tournament for its popular Battle Royale title in Warzone. The first ever World Series of Warzone set up a battle between the game’s best players including Swagg, Nadeshot, TimTheTatman and many more. But it was Aydan and his trio, including Huskerrs and Rated, who came out on top in this massive fight held on the streets of Verdansk.

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Aydan’s trio took home the grand prize from the $300,000 prize pool after winning by just three points. He also came second in the Champions Cup after his pool of 10 trios earned 610 points. Faze Swagg took home the prize of best captain after his group of teams earned 619.5 points which earned him $20,000.

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An exhilarating finish to the first ever World Series of Warzone

The World Series of Warzone #1 proved how exciting the Call of Duty Battle Royale title can be. Almost everyone was on their top form during the six matches of the tournament. Aydan and his trio came out, all guns blazing, and showed everyone why they were one of the best in the business. But others were vying for that top spot as well, and it went down to the wire.

There wasn’t any clear-cut winner after the first five matches were played. The first-place spot was up for grabs, and Aydan’s trio came in clutch at the end. His trio of Huskerrs and Rated ended the tournament with 24 kills and a top 15 finish which gave a 1.5x multiplier to their score. This propelled them to the top of the standings, and in the end, the squad won $50,000.

Aydan hyped during post-match interview

Following his victory, Aydan was really ecstatic about the outcome. During the post-match interview, he shouted in excitement and talked about his team’s performance. He was also asked about the dominating performances from some of the trios in the tournament. Some squads were miles better than the rest in this private lobby, and Aydan believed that it was gun skill that mattered the most.

“I think, gun skill is the most important. At the end of the day, I ran into some CDL pros that kind of had me. So I think that’s the biggest factor.”

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It’s been a jubilant week for Aydan, Huskerrs, and Rated after their epic performances. Many considered them to be the favorites, and they delivered on those expectations at the biggest stage. Fans can watch them soon in another Warzone tournament, where they will be considered amongst the best again.

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Rupesh Nair

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Rupesh is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently a student at Mumbai University, he has been involved with eSports since his childhood. Having played titles like Fallout 4, Minecraft, FIFA, Portal 2 and Halo 4 extensively, Rupesh has a deep understanding of the sport.

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