The world of music and gaming have merged with the announcement of Australian esports organization ORDER and their first creative project led by Creative Ambassador Billy Davis. The Trio Tuesdays by Billy Davis is part of ORDER’s and Billy’s vision to bridge the gap between mainstream media and gaming. Trio Tuesdays is an officially licensed ongoing Call of Duty: Warzone event series that includes pro-level players, content creators, and non-endemic talent competing for prizes on a monthly schedule. Inspired by the successful Warzone Wednesdays, the idea was born from Billy’s passion to build a community and relaxed space for players and creators to collaborate in a gaming environment.
“I’m super pumped to finally be able to provide a platform for ANZ’s best creators, artists and players to showcase themselves on a commercial stage. Being able to collaborate between mainstream pop culture and media to bring more deserved attention to the gaming scene has always been a goal of mine. Musicians, artists, everyone is desperate for a creative outlet at the moment and I can’t wait to explore how we can connect them.” – Billy Davis
There are two ways to qualify for the first Trio Tuesdays series; direct invites for professional teams and high-profile creators, or via application and submission of an in-game score assessment using community-approved third-party tools.
- Week 1: 21 September 6PM
Week 2: 28 September 6PM
Week 3: 5 October 6PM
Week 4: 12 October 8PM
Trio Tuesday Showdown by Billy Davis PRO-AM
PRO-AM: 12 October 6PM
There will be $5,000 in prizes up for grabs. Approximately 20 invitations for the first tournament will be provided to high profile content creators, as well as the leading Call of Duty: Warzone organisations and players in the region.
The remaining 28 tournament slots will be open via application. These remaining slots will be allocated to teams that have applied with the highest “Score per min”, a commonly used statistic across Warzone tournaments to help indicate the skill level and seeding of players for tournaments.