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The Last Dance in Verdansk $150K Warzone event results: Final Duos locked in for Main Event

BoomTV’s ‘The Last Dance In Verdansk’ tournament boasts a $150K prize pool, some hidden secrets, and serves as the final opportunity for pros to compete in Warzone’s original map. Here’s a complete rundown on the latest results ahead of the Main Event.


  • Swagg & Booya close out Qual #1 in first place.
  • Underdogs Ahzvm & SlideHD secure top spot in Qual #2.
  • Kenzrosey & aHTracT12 cruise to the win in Qual #3
  • Verdansk’s final tournament closing out with $75K Main Event.

BoomTV has been a staple in the Warzone scene with their Code Red tournaments and now they’re back with The Last Dance in Verdansk, a $150,000 send-off tournament for the first era of the game.

This multi-installment event is one of the biggest tournaments attempted to date and is certain to bring out the passion in the community. Over 120 duos will be facing off for a spot in the finals before we say goodbye to Verdansk for real this time.

From the latest qualifier results to a full breakdown of the format, here’s all there is to know about The Last Dance in Verdansk.

The Last Dance in Verdansk Warzone Main Event stream

All that remains for The Last Dance in Verdansk is the Main Event and action is set to kick off on November 2 with the finals hosted on BoomTV’s official Twitch channel.

The first lobby should get underway at 1PM PT, with teams all pushing for a big win to close out the first chapter in Warzone history.

As per usual every top competitor is also streaming their POV throughout the tournament as well.

The Last Dance in Verdansk teams

With just the Main Event left, the full list of teams is almost finalized. From Duos that advanced through the qualifiers to special Main Event players that received their own invites, it’s stacked across the board.

We’ve still got a few days left to go so be sure to check back here for the full list of teams as the final invites are sent out.

The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualified Teams

Below is a list of all the duos that have qualified or been invited to the Main Event.

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Main Event Teams
Tommey & Almond Swagg & Booya HusKerrs & Newbz Intechs & zColors Aydan & Rated
Ahzvm & SlideHD_ DiazBiffle & SuperEvan zSmit & BasedGodXenoN OPMarked & ShadedStep UnRationaL & ScummN
Kenzrosey & aHTracT12 OtterEyes & Mayappo ZJelly & Foreignjase Skullface49 & HisokaT42 rivs2 & Destroy
TimTheTatMan & TeeP Lucky Chamu & Repullze JoeWo & bbreadman iSmixie & Flxnked DrDisrespect & ZLaner

The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualifier 3

The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualifier 3 Placements (Top 10)

Placement Duo Kills Points
1st Kenzrosey & aHTracT12 48 74
2nd OtterEyes & Mayappo 49 71
3rd ZJelly & Foreignjase 46 68
4th Skullface49 & HisokaT42 39 57
5th rivs2 & Destroy 37 56
6th JoeWo & Bbreadman 33 54
7th Nickool & picnickbasket 39 53
8th Fuklovey & Bloo 33 52
9th iSmixie & rias_SZN 35 51
10th Nobu Spartan &BlingCjay 31 50

The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualifier 3 Results & Recap

Qualifiers 3 was the final chance for Warzone’s top talent to secure a spot in The Last Dance. Just five more positions were up for grabs in this round, along with the usual $25,000, so once again, every single player came out swigning.

Carrying their momentum over from a huge $75,000 Twitch Rivals win just 24 hours prior,  ItsEyeQew & Arrayyz managed to win the first map.

This time around, however, they couldn’t maintain their lead all the way through the event.

Other Duos like Mayappo & OtterEyes along with JoeWo & Bbreadman pushed ahead as the lobbies went by. Though ultimately, it was a huge effort from KenzRosey & aHTracT12 that secured the top spot overall.

The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualifier 2

The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualifier 2 Placements (Top 10)

Placement Duo Kills Points
1st Ahzvm & SlideHD_ 51 86
2nd DiazBiffle & SuperEvan 55 85
3rd zSmit & BasedGodXenoN 39 62
4th OPMarked & ShadedStep 35 57
5th UnRationaL & ScummN 37 55
6th Frozone & aHTracT12 35 52
7th MirreyTv & GoatClamp 35 51
8th rivs2 & Stukawaki 37 49
9th lolKyleV & Envailed 34 46
10th Braalik & exzachtt 31 42
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The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualifier 2 Results & Recap

With remaining spots in the Main Event quickly dwindling, teams continued to push the pace in the second qualifier. Stacked Duos like DiazBiffle & SuperEvan along with OPMarked & ShadedStep fired first as they took early leads from game one onwards.

Despite their experience in Verdansk and their huge followings, they weren’t the only players putting up insane numbers. Relative up and comers Ahvzm & SlideHD put their names in title contention with a huge 10-kill win in game four.

It was a close race among the top teams as Day 2 drew to a close, though ultimately, none could catch up this underdog Duo on fire. They cruised to the top of the standings and pulled away with a shocking one-point upset over DiazBiffle & SuperEvan to take not only the crown, but a coveted spot in the Main Event.

The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualifier 1

The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualifier 1 Placements (Top 10)

Placement Duo Kills Points
1st Tommey & Almond 70 111
2nd Swagg & Booya 59 94
3rd HusKerrs & Newbz 60 91
4th Intechs & zColors 49 76
5th Aydan & Rated 50 73
6th Skullface49 & HisokaT42 42 73
7th Knight & Ebatez 43 62
8th Bloo & fukluvey 38 58
9th NobuSpartan & BlingCjay 40 51
10th Flxnked & Stukawaki 35 49

The Last Dance in Verdansk Qualifier 1 Results & Recap

As one of the biggest events in Warzone history, each and every custom game is sure to be a banger. Duos are hungry for those Main Event spots, so it came as no surprise when action got off to a hot start on day one.

With the likes of Swagg, Aydan, Tommey, Dr Disrespect, and HusKerrs all dropping in, to name a few, the first qualifying round was absolutely stacked with elite Warzone talent.

After warming up in the first two maps, it was Swagg and his FaZe Clan Duo Booya that caught fire in map three.

Not only did Swagg and Booya collect the all-important custom lobby win, but they did so with 21 kills to their name. This launched them well into first place, with everyone else stuck trying to catch up for the remainder of the event.

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Tommey and Almond just so happened to be up for the challenge. Two ridiculous maps in the final moments of day one had the Duo cruising through the rankings, all the way to the top spot. Not only did they finish first, but they pushed a whopping 17 points ahead of Team Swagg in second place.

The Last Dance in Verdansk Tournament Stream & Schedule

The Last Dance in Verdansk Format & Schedule

120 Duos all lined up to compete across three separate qualifying rounds, 40 in each. This included 35 pre-invited captains and five community teams, all of whom were picked from the NA region.

The top five duos in each round earned a cut of the $25,000 prize and secured their spot in the Main Event which boasts a further $75,000 cash prize.

The Last Dance in Verdansk Warzone invitational kick off dates are on 10-20, 10-21, 10-27, and 11-02.
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The four-day event is set to bring the very best of the Warzone community together to determine the true ruler of Verdansk.

With all three qualifiers already in the books, the Main Event is all that remains.

The final round of action comes to a close on November 2 and we’ll keep you up to speed here with full results as it unfolds.



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