Biffle has fought since the inception of the World Series of Warzone to lift a trophy, and he finally did it tonight. It was just hours ago that his trio absolutely dominated all-comers, pulled out a massive lead, and smashed down the competition to win the $100,000 grand prize, live in London. It was a hard-fought battle, but the team of Biffle, Shifty, and Sage proved to be too tough an obstacle for the other competitors to overcome.
At one point, Team Biffle had a 50-point lead over the roster of teams competing in the World Series of Warzone Global Final. It was a monumental series made up of five rounds that saw some huge upsets delivered across the board. There were shattered expectations, but it became clear very early on that Team Biffle was well and truly a frontrunner for the grand prize. It was a long road for Biffle, but he has finally lifted that World Series of Warzone trophy.
At The End of a Long Road
Biffle is one of the most popular Call of Duty players in the world. He has regularly proven himself time and again – even against some of the best Call of Duty pro players on Earth. He’s an undeniable talent in the Warzone space, and it has taken him since the dawn of the World Series of Warzone to claim this trophy. During the first season of the World Series, Biffle & SuperEvan claimed the second-place spot during the Season 1 NA Duos event.
Then, in 2022, during the Season 2 NA Trios, Team Biffle came in second place, losing out to Team Skullface. Coincidentally, Skullface just beat Biffle again, this time securing the $100,000 ‘winner-takes-all’ SOLO YOLO event.
But this year, it was all about Biffle – and his teammates, Sage and Shifty. It’s a group effort, after all – and this win will undoubtedly push both of these players well and truly into the spotlight. Here’s a clip of the final moments before the trio lifted their trophy:
What’s Next For The World Series?
It isn’t yet known what’s up next for the World Series of Warzone. There’s no doubt that this was a monumental event – and the first of its kind in Call of Duty esports (Warzone-related, anyway), but there’s no knowing if it’ll be replicated during the next season. It’ll all be made clear during the Call of Duty NEXT event that’s taking place on October 5th. This is where the future of the Call of Duty League, the World Series of Warzone, and the core game franchise itself will all be explored.
For now, it’s a firm congratulations to Team Biffle – and to the man himself for finally scooping that all-important WSoW trophy.
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