TimTheTatman’s Community Warzone Tournament Sees a 14-Year-Old Walk Away With a Massive Prize

Published 12/23/2021, 12:00 PM EST


Warzone is one of the most popular battle royale games from the Call of Duty franchise. However, many veterans have quit the game because of constant hacking issues in the community. Unfortunately, Activision was not able to control in-game hackers which ultimately ruined the users’ experience.

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Despite all the hate, many players still love the game and play it regularly. Naturally, many popular content creators also host big Warzone tournaments and let their audience win the grand prize. TimTheTatman a famous YouTuber hosted the $1,000 TimTheTatman’s Community Warzone Tournament on December 22.

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14-Year-Old amazes the TimTheTatman’s Community by winning the $1,000 Warzone Tournament

14-year-old not only managed to surprise his other competitors, but he also surprised TimTheTatman (John Betar) himself. John was surprised when the kid confronted him about his age. He said,” Are you REALLY?? Oh, Shi*t. Congrats Man.”

Furthermore, the 14-year-old kid also told him he is his biggest fan, and they shared a joyful moment together. Not to mention, both kid and his father enjoyed one of the best moments of their life in the same room. John also said he is very proud that his father is sharing the moment together with his kid.

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While he was praising the kid’s dad, his father revealed that he “didn’t think he was good enough.” To which John replied,” Is that what he said. Well, listen Christmas Miracles happen. You could tell him that. It’s a Christmas Miracle.” As we know, the competition for esports games is very severe at this moment.

However, this 14-year-old stood up to his dreams and proved that anything is possible if you believe in yourself. This type of mentality helps you to keep growing stronger and improve yourself. Many players might not reach to the top in a single day, but constant efforts can help them to achieve the impossible.

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What are your thoughts on a 14-year-old winning the $1,000 TimTheTatman’s Community Warzone Tournament? Let us know in the comments down below.

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Mehul Rolta

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Mehul Rolta is an eSports author at EssentiallySports since November 2020. He believes that gaming has the potential to bring a smile to a person's face. Instead of keeping his passion for gaming all to himself, he decided to share his thoughts and opinion with others.

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