The ONE Esports Warzone Heroes Showdown is back, and this time it’s bigger than ever, with two days of action taking place on December 11 and 12 at 2 p.m. (GMT+8). 

Brought to you by ONE Esports and Activision Blizzard, Southeast Asia’s premiere Call of Duty: Warzone tournament will bring together 17 of the region’s top celebrity streamers as they battle it out in the new Call of Duty: Warzone Pacific map, Caldera. 

This will be the first official Call of Duty: Warzone esports event held within the newly launched map.

Catch your favorite streamers from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand as they race to see who can rack up the most eliminations for a shot at the US$10,000 prize pool.

The list of competing celebrity streamers is as follows:

Each streamer will captain a handpicked squad of operators as they battle through a series of public matches. Teams will earn 1 point for each elimination while the winning team will be awarded an extra 3 points. Each streamer will be ranked based on the total accumulated points for their respective matches and will not compete with streamers in other brackets. 

There will be two separate events taking place on 11 and 12 December, and the team with the highest eliminations on each day will be crowned the champions.

Additionally, the ONE Esports Warzone Heroes Showdown will be the first time that the RICOCHET Anti-Cheat will be used in an official Call of Duty: Warzone tournament in Southeast Asia. The new anti-cheat security initiative features an internally developed PC kernel-level driver and activates first in the Asia-Pacific region before expanding worldwide.  

Tune in to the ONE Esports Warzone Heroes Showdown live on ONE Esports’ FacebookTwitchTwitter, and YouTube channels. 

For more details, visit the official ONE Esports Warzone Heroes Showdown website.

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