Warzone Wednesday: What time does Call of Duty Warzone Wednesday start?

Warzone Wednesday: What time does Call of Duty Warzone Wednesday start?

Call of Duty Warzone Wednesday is a new eSports event that is now into its eighth week of competition.

This week’s tournament will feature two teams of two formed in a four-player squad taking on the Call of Duty Warzone to see who can reach the most kills.

This will be followed by a second bracket, featuring successful duos who move on to try and claim a slice of the winnings.

And there is a growing group of COD fans waiting to tune in and find out who takes the most kills this week.

The good news is that it’s easy to get ready to watch Warzone Wednesday unfold from the comfort of your home.


The main thing to know about the upcoming event is what time Warzone Wednesday will be starting so that you can be ready to watch.

According to the official hosting page Keemstar, Warzone Wednesday will start at around 4pm ET, today, May 13.

For gamers in the UK, this should mean that Warzone Wednesday will be kicking off at around 9pm GMT, on the same day.

This will be when the main Warzone Wednesday Twitch stream is scheduled to start presenting action from the eSports tournament.

High profile streamers like Ninja and DrDisrespect are teaming up to compete again, so there’s going to be plenty of people tuning in.

For those who might not know much about Call of Duty Warzone, it’s a new free-to-play title from Activision that can be downloaded on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Set on a large Battle Royale map, gamers can usually choose between dropping in with team mates in Trios or Quads.

What makes Warzone a little different is that it features a map which can support up to 150 players and features an easy to understand armour and loot system.

Loot includes weapons and attachments, ammo, equipment, armor plates, Field Upgrades, weapon blueprints (weapons with attachments already equipped), Gas Masks, Killstreaks, and Cash.

Loot is scattered throughout Verdansk on the ground or the floors and rooftops of buildings and other structures, and also contained within Supply Boxes.

Warzone can be played in one of two ways:

For Modern Warfare owners: Warzone appears as another game mode option in the Main Menu between Multiplayer and Co-Op.

For Non-Modern Warfare owners: A version of Modern Warfare that provides access to only the Warzone portion can be downloaded separately from Modern Warfare as a free-to-play experience on the PlayStation Store, Xbox Games Store, or the Battle.net App (PC).

Published at Wed, 13 May 2020 17:34:00 +0000