Calm before the LVO Storm: Warhammer 40k Tournament Results

by | Jan 17, 2024

Over the past weekend, 6 large Warhammer 40K events took place, with a minimum of 26 players participating in each event. The process of determining the top three players is based on their win records and total battle points, rather than the strength of their schedule. Throughout the weekend, a total of 18 Warhammer 40K 10th edition lists were featured, representing 10 distinct factions. With only a few days before the biggest Warhammer 40k event of the year, the Las Vegas Open, some interesting late-breaking meta shake-ups might be happening. Necrons, thanks to their new codex, have overtaken Aeldari as the top dogs for at least one week. Will we see some Necron surprises at LVO, we can only hope so!

The NOTTINGHAM SUPER-MAJOR:  Top 3 – 347 Players 

Josh Roberts 1st Place The NOTTINGHAM SUPER-MAJOR 2024 – Necrons

  • Record: 7-0
  • Total Battle Points: 687

Jokull Johannsson 2nd Place The NOTTINGHAM SUPER-MAJOR 2024 – Aeldari

  • Record: 6-1
  • Total Battle Points: 652

Jonathan Partridge 3rd Place The NOTTINGHAM SUPER-MAJOR 2024 – Tyranids

  • Record: 5-1
  • Total Battle Points: 563

Unified Tournament Circuit Finals: Top 3 – 41 Players

Matt Lorah 1st Place Unified Tournament Circuit Finals 2024 – Necrons

  • Record: 5-0
  • Total Battle Points: 415

Joshua Campbell 2nd Place Unified Tournament Circuit Finals 2024 – Tyranids 

  • Record: 4-0-0
  • Total Battle Points: 411

Derek Apsche 3rd Place Unified Tournament Circuit Finals 2024 – Chaos Space Marines – Allies

  • Record: 4-1
  • Total Battle Points: 467

Torino Open Qualifier: Top 3 – 30 Players 

Giorgio Castelli 1st Place Torino Open Qualifier 2024 – Necrons

  • Record: 5-0
  • Total Battle Points: 478

Randy Brigham 2nd Place Torino Open Qualifier 2024 – T’au Empire

  • Record: 4-1
  • Total Battle Points: 427

Manik Gudimani 3rd Place Torino Open Qualifier 2024 – Grey Knights – Allies

  • Record: 4-1
  • Total Battle Points: 416

New Years Knockout: Top 3 – 49 Players 

Dan Sammons 1st Place New Years Knockout 2024 – Leagues of Votann

  • Record: 5-0
  • Total Battle Points: 399

Joe Guzowski 2nd Place New Years Knockout 2024 – Orks

  • Record: 4-1
  • Total Battle Points: 425

Chase Campbell New Years Knockout 2024 – Necrons

  • Record: 4-1
  • Total Battle Points: 414

Mekabrew Mania: Top 3 – 29 Players 

Daniel Hesters 1st Place Mekabrew Mania 2024 – Necrons

  • Record: 5-0
  • Total Battle Points: 457

Robert Birmingham 2nd Place Mekabrew Mania 2024 – Aeldari

  • Record: 5-1
  • Total Battle Points: 461

Brian Boswell 3rd Place Mekabrew Mania 2024 – Necrons

  • Record: 4-0-1
  • Total Battle Points: 435

Critical Hit Grand Clash: Top 3 – 30 Players 

Nicholas Redford 1st Place Critical Hit Grand Clash 2024 – Chaos Space Marines – Allies

  • Record: 5-0
  • Total Battle Points: 466

Adrien Mindjimba 2nd Place Critical Hit Grand Clash 2024 – Black Templars 

  • Record: 4-1
  • Total Battle Points: 457

Ryan Bell 3rd Place Critical Hit Grand Clash 2024 – World Eaters

  • Record: 4-1
  • Total Battle Points: 439

Army Breakdown (18 Lists, 3 with Allies) 

 Army Faction1st Places2nd Places3rd PlacesTotal
1Necrons4026
2Aeldari0202
3Tyranids0112
4Orks0101
5Chaos Space Marines0011
6T’au Empire0101
7Grey Knights0011
8Leagues of Votann1001
9Black Templars0101
10World Eaters0011

Now, it is great to see the new Necron codex performing well. However, it won’t matter much as we wait patiently for the next round of updates and the new season of Warhammer 40k, which looks to return us to the Pariah Nexus as the setting. One thing is certain: Eldar will get hit again, but will it be enough to send them back to the Stone Age?

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