6 Seahawks To Play In Call Of Duty Tournament Thursday. See Who's Competing

It may be off season, but the Seahawks have found another way to keep their spirit of competition alive.

Six Seahawks will be playing in a Call of Duty (COD) tournament alongside popular gamers and some fan teams on Thursday (March 11), according to the team. The fan teams competed against over a hundred others earlier this week to secure their place in the "Battle of the Bosses" tournament.

While it's unknown which specific title they will be playing, but it's possible that they could square off in 2020's Black Ops Cold War or the battle royale-focused Warzone, which celebrated its one-year anniversary on Wednesday (March 10).

There will be eight teams competing "Battle of the Bosses." Ugo Amadi, Carlos Hyde, Kyle Fuller, Damontre Moore, Rasheem Green, and Geno Smith are participating. Some will be playing with friends, while Moore, Green and Smith will partner up for a players-only squad, according to the team.

HawksNest, who is a Seahawks fan, YouTube and COD influencer, will be teaming up with fellow influencers NoahFromYouTube and Godzly. They collectively have 1.2 million subscribers on YouTube.

Here are the teams:

  • Ugo Amadi and friends
  • Carlos Hyde and friends
  • Kyle Fuller and friends
  • Damontre Moore, Rasheem Green and Geno Smith
  • HawksNest, NoahFromYouTube and Godzly
  • PlayStation tournament winner: Nathaniel Betts and team
  • Xbox tournament winner: Richard Spivey and team
  • Coin flip between the runner-ups in the PlayStation and Xbox tournaments\

"This was the first non-sports gaming tournament the Seahawks have hosted, and given the incredible participation this week, the team intends to continue to expand opportunities for fans and players alike," the team wrote on their website.

HawksNest will be streaming the tourney on his YouTube channel beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday.

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