How to watch the Twitch Rivals $25,000 Doritos Disruptor Call of Duty: Warzone tournament

FaZe Swagg will be hosting the festivities.

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FaZe Swagg is the latest content creator to team up with Twitch Rivals for its Doritos Disruptor series, once again dropping into matches in Call of Duty: Warzone for a $25,000 prize pool.

Forty-nine trios will drop into six private matches of Warzone in Verdansk today, all looking to take home the grand prize via placement and kill score. All of the action will take place over one day, so it’s sure to be an intense one.

The tournament will have some restrictions and rules in place to help keep the competition fun and fair. A few of them can be found below:

  • Ground loot and loadout limitations:
    • No Riot shields
    • No launchers (including Combat Bow and Crossbows)
    • No shotguns
    • No stoner 63
    • No Akimbo pistol
    • No snipers
      • Exceptions: HDR, AX-50, and the Tundra
      • Ground loot snipers can be claimed until a loadout is hit
    • No melee weapons
      • Exceptions: Knife

Here’s how to tune in to the event, which features some of Warzone’s top talent like Swagg, Aydan, Wagnificent, IceManIsaac, and many more.

How to watch the $25,000 Doritos Disruptor Warzone tournament

The event begins on Monday, Oct. 4 at 2pm CT. The show will be broadcast on both the official Doritos Twitch channel and Swagg’s Twitch channel with hosts and fun galore.

After six rounds of competition in Verdansk private matches, one winner will be crowned and take home the $10,000 grand prize, which works out to $3,333.33 per player. That’s not bad for a Monday afternoon’s work.

The rest of the teams’ and players’ perspectives can be found by simply browsing the Warzone directory on Twitch. All of the top players will be live and showing off their POVs while they fight for the cash.