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10 best Call of Duty Warzone players

You wouldn't want to face these guys in a fast draw duel.

The first Call of Duty installment dates back to 2003, but one of the most popular by far is Warzone and its sequel Warzone 2.0, released in 2020 and 2022 respectively. In September 2023, Activision hosted its biggest Warzone event ever, the World Series of Warzone Global Final, featuring a $100,000 grand prize.

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The WSOW ended in September 2023 after months of competitive matches with an in-person tournament in London with the biggest and most popular players in the world. Now that we’re at the beginning of 2024’s competitive season, we’ve compiled the top 10 best players in the game.

Top 10 CoD: Warzone players

Skullface

Skullface is a Chicago-based content creator and CoD streamer. He quickly rose the ranks during the past several years, with his most notable victories being the $25,000 at the eFuse Sadie Hawkins Four and $100,000 at the World Series of Warzone SOLO YOLO tournament. At the eFuze Shatter Gauntlet: Day Three, he ranked 14th with Breadman and JoeWo.

Jukeyz

Previously a content creator for the London Royal Ravens, Jukeyz is now an independent CoD streamer. The 26-year-old Englishman placed first in the World Series of Warzone 2023 EU Stage One Finals and took home a cash prize of $30,000 back in June last year. Jukeyz finished 10th overall.

Biffle

Currently signed under Complexity Gaming, Biffle is a 29-year-old American and friend of SSundee, a Minecraft YouTuber. Biffle is a member of the Regulars alongside Sigils and Nicovald. Besides Warzone content, Biffle dabbles in IRL challenges, vlogs, and reaction videos. The trio of Biffle, Sage, and Shifty took home the first-place prize at the Global Finals. At the eFuze Shatter Gauntlet: Day Three in February 2024, he won first place with the prize of $45,000, playing alongside Sage and Shifty.

Newbz

A content creator for Luminosity Gaming, Newbz has also streamed under Sicario Gaming, Team Divine, and Carnage Gaming among others. Back in July 2023, he took home $30,000 after reaching the top spot of the World Series of Warzone 2023 NA Stage Two Finals. At the WSOW Global Final, the trio of Newbz, Almond, and Tommey placed third. The eFuze Shatter Gauntlet: Day Three saw Newbz secure second place with his teammates Almond and Hisoka and win $27,000.

SuperEvan

SuperEvan currently competes under XSET. He placed second in eFuse Destroy’s Drops 10K but has consistently averaged anywhere from seventh to 22nd place ever since. In the WSOW North American Trios Final, SuperEvan placed second with Biffle and Repullze. His last competitive event was eFuze Shatter Gauntlet: Day Three in February of this year, where he scored third alongside Djmax and Braxtvn, winning $18,000.

Rated

Rated is a Welsh YouTuber and streamer who currently resides in North America. A competitor for 100 Thieves, Rated is well-known internationally for his second-place finish at the 2016 Call of Duty World League Championship. It was a historic moment for European gamers as Rated and his teammates at Splyce were the first European competitors to ever reach the grand finals of a Call of Duty Championship. At the eFuze Shatter Gauntlet: Day Three, Rated, Mayappo, and Ottereyes won $8,000.

HusKerrs

HusKerrs competes for the esports organization Luminosity Gaming alongside Newbz. A well-known player, HusKerrs is the first competitor to earn $100,000K in Warzone. In the WSOW Global Final, HusKerrs, MuTeX, and JezuzJr ranked 18th overall. The eFuze Shatter Gauntlet: Day Three saw HusKerrs and his teammates Tommey and zSmit at the 24th place.

Fifakill

Fifakill currently creates content for Quadrant after previously representing DooM Clan from 2015 to 2021. In the August 2023 eFuse Faction Showdown, Fifakill placed third for a prize of $3,000. Later that same month, he won The Vondel Battles: Lions vs Drakes #5, earning $10,000. In the WSOW Global Final, abWizz, OEKIY, and Fifakill ranked eleventh. At the 2024’s eFuze Shatter Gauntlet: Day Three, he scored 15th with Lenun and Enxiun.

Almond

Almond is a 24-year-old content creator previously associated with the Minnesota RØKKR, having been a member from 2021 to 2023. Almond boasts several top-three tournament placings, starting out strong with a win in July 2023’s World Series of Warzone 2023 NA Stage Two Finals. His last victory at the eFuze Shatter Gauntlet: Day Three with Newbz and Hisoka shows that he’s still one of the top players in the game.

Aydan

Aydan is currently a competitor for the New York Subliners after working with Ghost Gaming from 2018 to 2020. Aydan was the first player to earn $200,000 and $300,000 in Warzone and previously competed in GameBattles (the largest online esports service) tournaments before moving over to Fortnite.

His two biggest wins came in June 2023’s World Series of Warzone 2023 NA Stage One Finals and August 2023’s Call of Duty King #2. He was 17th at the eFuze Shatter Gauntlet: Day Three, alongside Kriinkz and Adrian.


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