Community influencers and personalities will come together to compete in the ELEAGUE Mortal Kombat 11 Showdown, which will have them battling to climb the online leaderboard.
Starting May 1 at 4pm CT, ELEAGUE will begin streaming the Mortal Kombat 11 Showdown on the ELEAGUE Twitch page and on a new Multi-Viewer Experience. ELEAGUE, one of the biggest esports content and live tournament brands, is bringing players in to compete in front of one of the largest audiences in the scene.
Competitors will have four hours to win as many online matches as they can in order to reach the highest point on the leaderboard. Each player will be competing for the top spot on the leaderboard and cash prizes.
Fans on Twitch can watch the base stream on the ELEAGUE Twitch channel, or they can use the new Multi-Viewer interface to pick and choose which player they want to watch.
The Multi-Viewer interface will allow viewers to pick between viewing the main match featured on ELEAGUETV or flip back and forth between any competitor’s personal stream with little to no lag. Those channels can also be combined into a single screen so fans can watch two matches at once.
Live broadcasting of the event will be anchored by longtime color commentators David “UltraDavid” Graham and Ryan “Mr. Aquaman” Kablik, who will be swapping between matches on the main stream. The ELEAGUE Mortal Kombat 11 Showdown begins its 13-week battle on May 1, with the final matches and winner being announced on July 24.