A few days back, Vikkstar announced a collaboration with Activision and CoD League for a new Call of Duty: Warzone tournament, which is also the biggest one to date. Several players have expressed a desire to participate in the tournament. However, not everyone can because it is an invitation-only event. The $210,000 prize pool makes everything that bit more attractive to the players. TimTheTatman, though, has just helped a CoD pro bag a spot in it.
Warzone tournament’s newest addition
Tim has picked Dallas Empire player Thomas “Tommey” Trewren as his partner for the tournament. Tommey is one of the best European Call of Duty players at the moment. With Tommey on his team, perhaps Tim stands a chance of going deep into the tournament.
We’ve got some good news…
I thought we were gonna’ miss out but Tim has saved us. I love that man.
— Empire Tommey (@Tommey) August 26, 2020
Fall Guys troubled Tim a lot as he struggled to get his first victory in the game. However, it is unlikely to see that happen with Call of Duty Warzone since both Tim and Tommey are very familiar with the game.
Tommey has been part of several teams across a decade, including the likes of Team Dignitas, Team Vitality, and Epsilon Esports. He is one among the group of players who have competed at every Call of Duty World Championships. Naturally, Tommey brings a lot of experience with him and a player of his quality certainly makes his team a contender.
Warzone has amassed a huge following since its launch earlier this year. The Call of Duty battle royale recently clocked the 75 million mark. Ad while there have been a few other tournaments in Warzone, this one stands out.
The tournament, which takes place across 9 weeks, is cross-play enabled. Unsurprisingly, high-profile names like of Dr DisRespect, Tfue, TimTheTatman, and Nickmercs have already confirmed their participation.
The tournament kick-started today at 1 PM CT, and as mentioned earlier, will run for a whole 9 weeks. If you do not want to miss out on all the action, tune in to Vikkstars YouTube channel to watch your favorite player compete.