Starting Wednesday, fans can officially register to compete in the first 2020 Chipotle Challenger Series at

For the first time, Chipotle is hosting its Challenger Series online and giving fans the opportunity to compete against their favorite gaming and celebrity personalities to win $25,000 and free Chipotle for a year. Chipotle will make a matching prize pool donation of $25,000 towards the winner’s choice of charities supporting the ongoing global crisis. The 2020 Chipotle Challenger Series officially kicks off on April 16th and is part of the brand’s larger movement to encourage social interaction during these unprecedented times.

Today Chipotle also announced that the first tournament will be a Call of Duty Warzone Challenge, featuring it’s new “Quads” format.

Chipotle continues to add new talent to an already star-studded lineup of celebrity participants, including: basketball stars Gordon Hayward and top hoops draft pick Tre Jones, baseball stars Cody Bellinger and Joey Gallo, fan-favorite streamers TimTheTatMan and GoldGlove, actor Cameron Fuller, music producer Sven Thomas, and athlete Demi Bagby. To elevate the viewing experience for fans, former professional gamer Chris Puckett will be shoutcasting the live broadcast of the competition.


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