Call of Duty: Warzone is one of the first games featured at the Esports World Cup 2024, and we’ve got all you need to know.

Call of Duty features prominently at the Esports World Cup, with both MW3 and Warzone tournaments. The iconic franchise's battle royale game kicks off the festivity, having its full event in the EWC's first week.

With some standalone teams battling against historic esports franchises, only one can take the top spot. There's plenty of prize money to go around, though, so let's take a look at that, the format, and everything else you need to know.

All teams in the Call of Duty: Warzone Esports World Cup tournament

  • Team Falcons
  • Cloud9
  • Twisted Minds
  • Gaimin Gladiators
  • Guild Esports
  • Team Vitality
  • Natus Vincere
  • OMIT
  • SGP Syndicate
  • New Icons
  • All Gamers
  • Team Destroy
  • BSL
  • AL ULA
  • Team Abwizz
  • Team Heretics
  • Team Vision
  • Team Izund
  • Team xizx7
  • Onyx Ravens

Tournament schedule

There are four days worth of Call of Duty: Warzone action at the Esports World Cup. It takes place during the event's first week and kicks off at the following times:

  • Solo Seeding Stage: July 3 at 8 a.m. PT
  • Group Stage: July 4 at 8 a.m. PT
  • Group Stage: July 5 at 8 a.m. PT
  • Finals: July 6 at 8 a.m. PT

Format for Call of Duty: Warzone at the Esports World Cup

(Image via EWC)
(Image via EWC)

Call of Duty: Warzone is played in its Resurgence mode. This allows for players to redeploy for a certain amount of time after elimination. Once the timer runs out, no more respawns, and whoever is the last team alive wins.

There are 21 total teams, but the first day is a solo mode for seeding. Three 21-player matches will happen to determine group placements for the following days. After that, the three groups of seven teams hope to make it to the Finals day.

In the Finals, the top 14 teams face off to determine our winner. They'll get their hands on a hefty prize and earn their team Club Championship points towards the overall Esports World Cup standings. You can learn more about that in our explainer.

How to watch Call of Duty: Warzone at the Esports World Cup

All of the action will be streamed live a secondary official Esports World Cup Twitch channel. You can also watch along with us, as we have the stream embedded just below.

Placement and prize earnings

(Image via EWC)
(Image via EWC)

You can go to the official EWC Warzone page to check stage-by-stage points and results. When the tournament reaches its end, we'll have each team's placement here so you know who came out on top:

CC Points
Prize Money
1stTeam Falcons1000$200,000
3rdTwisted Minds350$100,000
4thGuild Esports200$80,000
5thNatus Vincere110$60,000
6thTeam abwizz70$50,000
7thNew Icons40$45,000
8thSGP Syndicate20$40,000
9thTeam Vitality$35,000
11thTeam Destroy$27,500
12thTeam xizx7$25,000
13thTeam Izund$22,000
14thTeam Heretics$20,000
16thOnyx Raven$17,500
17thTeam Vision$17,000
18thAG Global$16,500
19thAl Ula$16,000
21stGaimin Gladiators$15,000

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