UK esports organisation Team Delirium took first place in the $75,000 EU Twitch Rivals Call of Duty: Warzone tournament today.
They won with the trio LouiCM, Lenun and Vapulear.
Team Delirium players often compete in big Warzone tournaments and place well whilst streaming on Twitch and Facebook Gaming. For example, Delirium Vapulear finished second in week one of the Vikkstar showdown, third in the Royal Ravens $25,000 tournament and finished well in Twitch Rivals along with teammates Lenun and LouiCM.
Now they’ve got another win under their belts.
In second place were well-known UK players Fifakill, Jukeyz and WarsZ.
They were met with some controversy, after encountering a player who was accused of cheating, and specifically, using an aimbot.
The alleged cheater is a Czech streamer known as DavskaR, according to a report by Dexerto.
DavskaR killed Fifakill in the Twitch Rivals tournament, but was later removed by tournament organisers, who have now launched an investigation into the matter.
Elsewhere, in the NA version of the Twitch Rivals Warzone tournament, streamer ZLaner – who cosplays as Dr Disrespect – is apparently unable to take part.
Dr Disrespect was banned by Twitch last year, and organisers say ZLaner is ineligible to take part. This Twitter thread explains more, inferring that ZLaner is not in good standing with Twitch/the game’s publisher/developer.
Esports News UK conducted an interview with Team Delirium earlier this year. Check out the link below to read more about the organisation.
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