Rewatch the top moments from the ITK Bowl 2022: ‘I felt vengeance coming my way’

The In The Know Bowl 2022 is over. LA Guerrillas’ Bryan “Apathy” Zhelyazkov and San Francisco 49ers linebacker Fred Warner (Team One) secured their win in the Call of Duty: Vanguard tournament. 

Eight teams featuring the gaming elite and pro athletes duked it out for a $10,000 donation to a charity of their choice. Here are the key plays that led to this year’s victory. 

“Mark Andrews, I have a specific beef with you,” LA Guerrillas’ Andres “Lacefield” “Lacefield declared before the tournament. 

The gamer made good on his promise to defeat the Baltimore Ravens tight end in battle when he and Cleveland Browns wide receiver Jarvis Landry (Team Five) knocked Andrews and LA Guerrillas’ Sydnee Goodman (Team Seven) right off the board. 

“I felt like a little bit of vengeance coming my way,” Andrews said in the aftermath. 

“Never beat the [Los Angeles] Chargers again,” Lacefield taunted him. 

Gavin “UnRationaL” Ackley and New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram II (Team Two) came out victorious against JGod and Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett of Team Four, but it wasn’t enough to send them to the final round. 

After defeating Rubonez and Jackson, Team One went on to beat LA Guerrillas’ Martin “Cheen” Chino and Ohio State Buckeyes wide receiver Garrett Wilson (Team Three) in a final match, making “Apathy” and Warner the ITK Bowl 2022 champions.  

“I came here from Miami. I said I wanted to win this thing, and that’s what I came here to do. We did it,” Apathy said. 

“We did it!” Warner reiterated. 

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