Call of Duty Blackout PC Streamer Gear & Settings

Streamer Blackout Settings & Gear

Call of Duty Blackout is one of the most played PC games at the moment. If you’re have trouble find your perfect settings take a look at the settings streamers use below. We have compiled a list of gear, settings, and hotkeys that professional streamers like Shroud, Ninja and more use. The list consists of keyboard, mouse, mouse pad, DPI, headset, monitor and resolution. Make sure to click on your favorite streamer to get more information like keybindings, graphic settings and mouse settings.

Player gear and settings are collected from each streamers Twitch panels or chat commands. Keep in mind that these players adjust their settings all the time. We will try and keep this list as updated as possible.

To view a streamers Call of Duty Blackout in-game settings click on their name.

Blackout Streamer Gear & Settings

CouRage Blackout Gear

 CourageJD Blackout Settings
Keyboard Mouse
Razer BlackWidow Stealth Finalmouse Ultralight Phantom
Headset Monitor
Turtle Beach Elite Pro BenQ ZOWIE XL2411P
View CouRage’s Blackout Graphic Settings, Keybindings & Gear


Dr DisRespect Blackout Gear

 Dr DisRespect
Keyboard Mouse
Razer DeathAdder Elite Razer DeathAdder Elite
Headset Monitor
Razer DeathAdder Elite ASUS ROG SWIFT PG258Q
View Dr DisRespect’s Blackout Graphic Settings, Keybindings & Gear


Dr Lupo Blackout Gear

 Dr Lupo
Keyboard Mouse
Cooler Master CM Storm QuickFire Rapid Finalmouse Ultralight Phantom
Headset Monitor
View Dr Lupo’s Blackout Graphic Settings, Keybindings & Gear

Shroud Blackout Gear

Keyboard Mouse
HyperX Alloy FPS Logitech G303
Headset Monitor
HyperX Cloud Flight BenQ ZOWIE XL2540
View Shroud’s Blackout Graphic Settings, Keybindings & Gear

It appears the most popular mouse for Blackout streamers is the Finalmouse Ultralight Phantom. Majority of streamers appear to enjoy using ASUS or BenQ monitors. One thing all streamers have in common is the monitors are at least 144hz with a response time of 1ms. As for headsets, keyboards, and mouse pads it usually comes down to sponsorships that are deciding factors there.

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