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MFAM Gauntlet: Schedule, Format, Prize Pool, Teams, Results & How-To Watch

NICKMERCS is hosting the Warzone MFM Gauntlet bringing together some of the biggest stars in gaming as they compete for a share of the $50,000 prize pool. We have everything you need to know about the event including the schedule, format, and how you can watch all the action.

Nick 'NICKMERCS' Kolcheff looks like he is enjoying himself again after he moved fulltime from Fortnite to Call of Duty: Warzone and it looks like he wants to spread that joy to others with the New Jersey native now hosting his own tournaments for the battle royale.

Named the MFM Gauntlet - MFM being the name given to his legion of followers - the tournament will see 25 teams of three players battle it out for ,000 and will feature some of Twitch's biggest stars, CoD pros, professional athletes, and even celebrities.

 

MFAM Gauntlet Warzone schedule & how-to watch

MFAM Nickmercs Gauntlet Schedule
(Picture: NICKMERCS)

 

The competition will kick off on Tuesday, 28th April from 1 pm PT / 4 pm ET / 9 pm GMT and runs for three weeks. Two weeks of qualifiers and the main event.

All the action will be streamed lived on the MFAMGauntlet Twitch channel by Call of Duty casters Clint "Maven" Evans and Joe "MerK" DeLuca.

Some players will also be streaming their POV on their own streams.

 

 

Format

In the MFAM Gauntlet is a Trios tournament. Teams will have four hours to try and play as many Warzone matches as possible, matches will be played in public lobbies.

Teams will be awarded points based on the number of kills and their placement in each game.

The teams top five games will be used to determine their final score.

The scoring will be based on the scoring system below.

MFAM Gauntlet Schedule Prize pool scoring system how to watch

 

Prize Pool

The $50,000 prize pool will be split between the top 10 teams, with the 1st place team walking away with $24,000.

1st - $24,000
2nd - $9,000
3rd - $6,000
4th - $3,000
5th - $2,000
6th-10th - $1,000

There is also two bonuses up for grabs with $1,000 available for both the individual and the team with the most eliminations.

 

Teams

25 teams will be competing in the MFAM Gauntlet, each comprised of three players.

 

Team Name Player 1 Player 2 Player 3
NICKMERCS NICKMERCS Swagg Cloakzy
Crimsix Crimsix TeePee DougisRaw
NiceWigg NiceWigg Solve Hill
MMA Stipe Miocic (UFC) Megan Anderson (UFC) Lorenz Larkin (Bellator)
Pamaj Pamaj Testyment FaZeDirty
SypherPK SypherPK Crowder abeZy
Castro Castro1021 EthanGroat_ Wyxt28
Trainwreck Trainwreck StellarMoves FeLo
KVN Kyle Van Noy (NFL - Miami Dolphins) Rygaming Nas
Scump Scump Symfunny HusKers
JERICHO JERICHO GoldGlove Di3sel
NoahJ NoahJ456 Tommey Diegosaurs
LEGIQN LEGIQN Speros Dillster
LosPollos LosPollosTV FemaleDogs Snubby
Lupo DrLupo Skrapz Wuskin
UpNorth Adrian Kempe (NHL - LA Kings) Davante Adams (NFL - Green Bay Packers) Tanner Murse
Desiigner Desiigner Hollywood Higgins (NFL - Cleveland Browns) GaGod
MLB Lance McCullers (MLB - Houston Astros) Brett Phillips (MLB - KC Royals) Dallas Keuchel (MLB - Chicago White Sox)
Aydan Aydan FaZe Bloo Priestahh
Vikkstar Vikkstar WarZ Jukeys
Tarik Cohen Tarik Cohen (NFL - Chicago Bears) Balatism Brett Feez
NBA Alex Caruso (NBA - LA Lakers) Josh Hart (NBA - New Orleans Pelicans) Frank 'Nitty' Session (SBL)
Censor Censor Tourva Attach
MFAM Gauntlet Qualifier Frozone Ampz SuperEvan
Army National Guard Cam11B Trisbarn ZexsOG

 

Results

The standings will be updated live during the competition on the MFM Gauntlet website.
 

 

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