Teamfight Tactics Twitch Rivals day one is behind us and day two is bringing us the grand finals on Thursday, 18 July 2019 at 9:00 AM PDT / 6:00 PM CEST. There are 16 players left and it remains to be seen who scores the most cash.
Teamfight Tactics Twitch Rivals tournament doesn't follow the traditional tournament formats that much. Instead of having fixed rewards per position and awarding points throughout the group stage tp decide who qualifies for the next round, Twitch Rivals is awarding money per placement in each match.
A total of 64 streamers met in the $125,000 tournament and only 16 made it to day two, where the grand finals will happen.
Some big names like Midbeast and DisguisedToast didn't make it to grand finals to many fans' surprise but others such as Scarra and Reckful did.
Twitch Rivals should also help bring arguably more obscure streamers into spotlight as they showed their tactical prowess by qualifying to day two in style, such as Uthenera and superjj102 who placed in top and runner-up spots in group A.
Interestingly enough, two high profile streamers, Trick2G and Lirik placed last in their respective groups, undoubtedly leaving many fans disappointed. They left the tournament $1,150 and $1,100 richer, respectively.
The remaining participants from group A and their earnings so far are as follows:
- 1 Uthenera $2,200
- 2 superjj102 $2,125
- 3 General_HS_ $2,050
- 4 TidesOfTime $1,950
- 5 GN_GG $1,950
- 6 Wtcn $1,925
- 7 GoBGG $1,825
- 8 Amaz $1,800
- 1 joshOG $2,050
- 2 Becca $2,000
- 3 ibaailvp $1,975
- 4 Ness $1,950
- 5 Scarra $1,900
- 6 Reckful $1,900
- 7 Dogdog $1,825
- 8 nl_Kripp $1,800
Twitch Rivals finals has probably already started as you are reading this. You can tune in to the official Twitch Rivals livestream or visit any of the aforementioned streamers for their point of view.
You can check each individual participant's final placing and individual matches on the official tracker site.