Twitch Rivals League of Legends Streamer Showdown: Rules, rosters, and standings

Day one of the competition is underway.

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The final day of Twitch Rivals League of Legends Streamer Showdown kicked off—and it’s as exciting as ever.

Twitch collected the top content creators in the League scene, placed them on random teams, and put them against each other for a total prize pool of $75,000. The three-day competition features 16 teams who want a first-place prize and eternal bragging rights.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Twitch Rivals Streamer Showdown.

Tournament rules

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Day one featured Rounds one to four as teams competed to make it out of the group stage. Each Group (A and B) played four rounds, with each win granting them $1,000 in the round robin stage.

Another three rounds took place yesterday that determined which teams made it into the playoffs. The top four teams for each group are participating in today’s finals bracket.

The team that comes out on top will earn a whopping $10,000, as well as any earnings accrued throughout the round robin stage.

Teams

Group A

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Group B

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Standings and Leaderboard

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Playoff bracket

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Team Silver Mid wins first place, finishing the tournament 13-1.

Final Prizing

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To watch the competition live, tune in to the Twitch Rivals channel or the individual participants’ stream.