The inaugural live-action World Series of Warzone Global Final event is almost here!
World Series of Warzone (or “WSOW”) has seen plenty of action since its In-Game Opens back in April. Since then, the best trios all around the globe have been competing in a non-stop firefight for a spot at the top 50. And now after months high-level play, Call of Duty's battle royale tournament series is finally reaching it's peak.
Here's everything you need to know about the biggest Warzone esports competition event this year!
WSOW Global Final 2023 Schedule
The Global Final will take place at the Copper Box Arena in London on September 16, 2023, where 150 contenders will fight for the lion's share of the $500,000 prize pool. Here's the event schedule:
- 1:30pm BST/8:30am EST Doors Open
- 2:30pm BST/9:30am EST Pre-Show Start
- 3:00pm BST/10:00am EST Competition Start
WSOW Global Final 2023 Format
50 trios will play 6 maps of BR Trios, with each kill earning 1 point for your crew. Points accrued will receive a multiplier which depends on a team's placement.
- 1st place: 2x points
- 2nd-5th place: 1.8x points
- 6-10th: 1.6x points
- 11th-20th: 1.4x points
- 21st-35th: 1.2x points
- 36th-50th: 1x points
The multipliers are designed to reward players for racking up eliminations on the battlefield. Points will be tallied at the end of the 6-game series where the pot will be distributed across the top 25 winners.
WSOW Global Final 2023 Twitch Drops & Rewards
- 60 Minute Double XP Token – 30 minutes
- 60 Minute Double Weapon XP Token – 60 minutes
- Beta Code Sweeps Ticket #1 – 60 minutes
- “Grab the Popcorn” Calling Card – 90 minutes
- WSOW™ Wartrack – 90 minutes
- Double Digits Emblem – 120 minutes
- Beta Code Sweeps Ticket #2 – 120 minutes
- Beta Code Sweeps Ticket #3 – 120 minutes
- “Lightning Rob” Weapon Blueprint – 180 minutes
- “Your Dropped This” Camo – 180 minutes
WSOW Global Final 2023 Teams
20 teams from Europe and North American have been confirmed for the commemorative Call of Duty event, along with 5 from LATAM and one team representing Asia, ANZ and the MEA.
With its considerable prize pool, the World Series of Warzone Global Final will see the regional qualifiers from July fight to the bitter end for the crown. At the same time, players will also be dropping in for a chance at $100,000 at the event's Solo Yolo, where every pro will have to fight for themselves. Given the stakes, we'll probably see some interesting maneuvers too.
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