Shroud Wins COD Blackout Doritos Bowl At TwitchCon

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has been out for only a few weeks, but a team of professional players has already earned a $ 100,000 prize in the tournament. A team gathered by Michael Gregescic, known as Shroud, won the Doritos Bowl, the first official Black Ops 4 tournament. He led his team to win the victory over three other notable participants: Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, DrLupo and CouRage.

Shroud Wins COD Blackout Doritos Bowl At TwitchCon

The tournament took place in Twitchcon in the San Jose Convention Center and placed four teams against each other in a Call of Duty new War Royale mode in Blackout. With a $ 250,000 prize pool on the line, the teams played four sessions every one hour long to see it, which could make the most points. In the end, Shroud's team pulled away from the pack with a total of 499.5 points. The second team, Finishing Team, surged by 431.25 points. In the meantime, the Fortnight Streamers Ninja and DrLupo ended with 374 and 350.75 points, respectively.


Digital Trends' Social Media Guru Relay Winn caught up with Shroud after winning his team. Shroud told digital trends that he soon started preparing for the Doritos Bowl. Shroud said, "In the second format I found that I regularly played much like that format in-house practice."

Since blackout requires a big player count, four teams played against the general public in every summer. "I knew we were playing against regular online public ... I am going to understand the rotation, to find out where most people are and it has been paid. We had so many fights," Shroud said.

Shroud, a former counter strike: Global objectionable supporters and well-known pub player embraced the call of Duty Warfare Royale Mode. "Oh I think this is amazing. I was waiting for such a long time since I was a big fan of the call of Duty fast, and I wanted to see the war cry at a fast pace. "

You can see the above full interview to know how many bags of Doritos Shroud think that he can eat in a week and what he plans to do with his share of the prize money.

It's too early to tell that blackout will turn into a viable application, but the first tournament was definitely exciting.

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