Streamer Aydan Conrad is a titan in the Call of Duty Warzone competitive scene. With dominant performances throughout the past two years, how much has he actually earned in pro play?
Cashing in a solid earnings record of around US$173,000 from his previous title Fortnite, the pro player is now leading the Warzone ranks with almost double the amount.
Aydan celebrates his US$300,000 earnings milestone
The NYSL content creator tweeted the big news after Esports Earnings rolled out the latest numbers.
Aydan currently ranks first for Call of Duty Warzone earnings with a total of US$309,223 from 91 tournament appearances, making him the first player to surpass US$300,000.
The streamer achieved the milestone after a busy week of competing, racking up around US$12,000 from tournaments like The Last Dance in Verdansk and Symfuhny Showdown.
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Runner-up Tommey congratulates the Call of Duty Warzone pro player
The earnings race to US$300,000 was neck and neck between Aydan and runner-up Thomas “Tommey” Trewren. Tommey was the closest player to contest Aydan for the milestone, as his tournament earnings currently stands at US$274,174.
Despite coming up a bit short, the British 100 Thieves player congratulated him on the achievement.
“You’re a real talent, Aydan,” said Tommey in a tweet.
Sharing the Warzone success with his squad, Aydan’s frequent squadmates of Jordan “HusKerrs” Thomas and Rhys “Rated” Price were also featured in the top ranks of the list, with more than US$240,000 to their individual names.
The triple threat won the World Series of Warzone – NA Trios and took home the lion’s share of its US$200,000 prize pool.
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