Two intense days in the Call of Duty World Series of Warzone provided endless entertainment as teams vied for a piece of $600K in prize money,

The World Series of Warzone Finals began September 6, with the first two European events. Then, the tournament concluded on September 7 with the North American portion. Overall, the world’s best Call of Duty: Warzone competed in two intense competitions as the Warzone community bid farewell to the game’s current iteration.

Both Europe and North America had their chance to participate in the trios portion, which saw 40 teams enter. The ultimate goal was to earn points based on kills and placement. Then came the Solo Yolo Drop, where only the winner would take home a cool $100K. 

With the World Series of Warzone now behind us, let’s see how the action played out across two intense days of action. 

Waartex, BBlade & savyultras90 take first in EU World Series of Warzone trios

The European competition kicked off with trios. Overall, every team had five matches to make the most of what the lobby had to offer. As a result, every kill, placement point, gunfight, and decision could make or break Europe’s top contenders. However, after five games, the Italian team of Waartex, BBlade, and savyultras90 stood victorious. 

The Italian trio took first with 81.5 points—just a half point more than the second-place team. Waartex, BBlade, and savyultras90 combined for 49 kills and managed to win one of their five matches. They secured $50K in prize money for winning the EU World Series of Warzone. 

Here’s a look at the top ten on the leaderboard:

  • 1st: Waartex, BBlade & savyultras90 ($50,000)
  • 2nd: AyzenLR, iheedz & Gromalok ($30,000)
  • 3rd: Enxiun, Patzukka & stewo ($20,000)
  • 4th: oekiy, Jukeyz & Lenun ($15,000) 
  • 5th: TheShowStopp3r, Suedzz & KingAJ ($12,500)
  • 6th: PaceTG7, PieroCoD & ShuKzNorris ($10,000) 
  • 7th: Mimque, Jaxvy & Toothy ($8,000) 
  • 8th: Tony Wh1te, xSw33zy & Dandaman31 ($7,000) 
  • 9th: peLuka, tojoR & Flexz ($6,000) 
  • 10th: KayzahR, Fuzzn & cPentagon ($5,500) 

BBlade wins intense $100K EU Solo Yolo Drop

After conquering the trios event, BBlade rode the wave of momentum into the $100K Solo Yolo Drop. In this event, nothing mattered other than the player left last standing—a legitimate winner takes all game. As a result, players resorted to shields and vehicles to ensure an added layer of safety. 

Ultimately, 120 players dropped into Caldera, but it was the Italian BBlade who took first. The intense Solo Yolo World Series of Warzone match narrowed to six players in the closing moments. BBlade used a car to his advantage, forcing the others to scramble. He stayed ahead and played the edge of the zone. 

The competition came down to a one-on-one between BBlade and Peluka, with the former earning his fourth kill and the Solo Yolo Drop winner. BBlade added another $100K to the $16K he won in the trios event. The winning moment exemplifies all of the Italian player’s emotions after a hard-fought match. 

Hisoka, Mayappo, & Skullface win NA World Series of Warzone

Unlike Europe, North America ran up the score, as many anticipated. Top players such as Scump and Temp from the Call of Duty League (CDL) clashed with names like Biffle, SuperEvan, Hisoka, and Aydan—unquestionably the best Warzone players. For most of the tournament, it seemed Biffle, Repullze, and SuperEvan had the WSOW title in the bag. Then, two back-to-back victories put Hisoka, Mayappo, and Skullface out in front. 

An early exit in the final game for Biffle, Repullze, and SuperEvan essentially secured victory for Hisoka’s trio. The World Series of Warzone Champions earned only four kills in the last game. Still, their 130 points, 80 kills, and two wins trounced the competition and yielded them $50K in winnings. 

Here is a look at the final North American World Series of Warzone leaderboard:

  • 1st: Skullface, Mayappo & Hisoka ($50,000)
  • 2nd: Biffle, Repullze & SuperEvan ($30,000)
  • 3rd: Torronix, Empathy & Braxtvn ($20,000)
  • 4th: zSmit, Envailed & Aydan ($15,000)
  • 5th: ShadedStep, OPMarked & yeet ($12,500)
  • 6th: aHTracT, Stukawaki & zColorss ($10,000)
  • 7th: Tommey, Almond & newbz ($8,000)
  • 8th: Nickool, picNICK & XenoN ($7,000)
  • 9th: Gyrodabest, Colony2k & WatchWaldo ($6,000)
  • 10th: Liambeams, Deniro & ClassicPain ($5,500)

Fifakill claims the North American Solo Yolo Drop throne

Last year, Call of Duty legend Seth “Scump” Abner shocked the world, winning the $100K Solo Yolo Drop. This time, the throne belongs to Fifakill. The NA Solo Yolo Drop was intense; 120 players dropped left and right leading into the end game. Some significant names, including Swagg, HusKerrs, and Blazt remained alive until the end. Even so, no one could stop Fifakill, who last eliminated Pieman to secure himself a $100K payday. 

The closing moments were intense—Fifakill played the proper angles and claimed five kills overall. He utilized the shield strategy, which gave him just enough of an edge to be the last person standing. Fifakill outlasted 120 high-caliber players, earning him the title of Solo Yolo Drop World Series of Warzone Champion. 

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