ROKKR Royale 2021: $100K Trios event ahead of CDL Championship

It’s coming back – The ROKKR Royale Warzone tournament is back! Call of Duty fans are eager – and quite a lot of them really want to participate in the event as well! Twitter is full of competitor-hopefuls announcing that they’d love to take part in the ROKKR Royale… and we can see why!

After all, the Trios tournament this year has a rocking $100.000 prize pool.

Rokkr Royale 2021

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As always, you’ll be able to watch the competition on Twitch, but it’s invitation only so we are locked to whatever RKR has in store for us. In other words, hoping for an invite on Twitter is unfortunately just about the only way  fans could even begin to hope to take part. With only a few days to go, at least the participant-hopefuls won’t be waiting long – this year’s Minnesota ROKKR Royale will take place on August 16th and 17th.

The competition will be held entirely in Trios teams, and span the full two days, with players playing in private lobbies to keep things fair and prevent stream sniping as much as possible! So far, no participants have officially been announced, but since the event isn’t far off at all, it’s only a matter of time before we’ll know who the participants, captains and teams are!

We will update this article as soon as more information comes to light. Check back with our Esports News section for future updates.

A look back at RØKKR Royale in 2020

The 2021 iteration of this event is the third in a row – after a rocking debut in 2019, they really stepped up their CoD game in 2020, with another $100.000 prize pool. Players were selected from top content creators, talented streamers, a few pros, and more – and the result was a resounding win from the Symfuhny team. Along with teammates HusKers and Zlaner, he took home $45k of the overall 100k, beating out Swagg, Booya and Superevan who came in second, and took home another $25k. For this, both teams had to beat a lot of other talent – including players like Vikkstar, Tfue, TeeP, Crowder, Gotaga, Censor and others.

We expect a similarly star-studded line-up for the 2021 iteration of the ROKKR Royale Warzone tournament – and we should find out who gets to participate pretty soon, so stay tuned! If that’s not enough Call of Duty excitement for you, you should also get ready for the next big thing – the CDL Championship that’s happening only a few days later, marking the end of the World Championship of this season. Between August 19th and 22nd, fans will be able to see the best of the best that CoD has to offer compete!

We are in for a full two-week blast of Call of Duty. Just what the doctor ordered.