Here is how you can watch the HusKerrs Howl $300k Warzone Tournament: Time, Streams & Format

Rifat Bin Yusuf
By Rifat Bin Yusuf
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Professional Apex Legend player and Warzone streamer Jordan ‘HusKerrs’ Thomas’s $300k Warzone event is picking up a huge viewership on Twitch. The Warzone community is all set to crown the new kings of Warzone Duos.

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Just over two weeks after the Twitch Rivals Warzone Showdown, the Warzone community is already on schedule to witness another huge Warzone event. HusKerr’s tournament is consisting of a massive prize pool of $300k.

In recent times HuskErrs has broken a Warzone earning record by packing a handsome $100k in his wallet. Based on his recent earnings, it’s quite impressive how Jordan decided to host a Warzone event of such magnitude. The prize pool itself has a significant message embedded for the big personalities in the Streaming industry.

HusKerrsHowl Tournament Schedule and Format

HusKerrs has set up a separate Twitch channel dedicated to the tournament. Just like Twitch Rivals Warzone Showdown, participants are allowed to stream the tournament from their own device. Throughout a week-long process, Duos will be dropped into the battlefield of Verdansk as they compete for a spot in the Finals. Basic point table format will be applied in the event as Duos having the highest point will play for the rounds/brackets ahead.  

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The main event is set to take place on November 7th to determine the ultimate Duos of Warzone. As of now, players are participating in the qualifier rounds to secure a shot at winning the Finals. Through a double-elimination bracket system, only 3 teams will be left standing among 16 primary teams. During the final qualifiers, eight Duos will compete for the 1st and 2nd place as they’ll be proceeding to the Finals.

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