All MC Championship (MCC) Scuffed teams

It's going to be a confusing event.

Image via Noxcrew

The 29th installment of the MC Championship (MCC) just occurred and brought with it the beginning of the third season. But the Minecraft tournament appears to already be back again for another event with the announcement of MCC Scuffed.

MCC Scuffed was originally unveiled with the announcement that it would occur on April 1, but because this is also April Fools’ Day, most fans and players at first believed it was a joke. It also seemed a bit too soon after the occurrence of MCC 29, but events have occurred quite close to one another in the past.

Now that Noxcrew and Smajor have moved forward with official team announcements, MCC Scuffed seems to be a legit event that will be taking place after all.

Image via Noxcrew

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The new event type appears to be a non-canon installment of the event, which means that the teams are less balanced and the focus of the event is instead the special theme. MCC Scuffed also won’t be the 30th event and will exist outside of the canonical scoring.

MCC Scuffed is set to take place at the very beginning of April, which means that there is a chance for another MCC event to occur later on in the month. There have occasionally been instances in the past where two MCC tournaments run within the same month, and if another does take place during April, it will likely be the canonical MCC 30. If not, MCC 30 will debut in May.

Because MCC Scuffed is a special version of the event, it will likely feature unexpected twists and turns outside of how the events usually run. The Scuffed title of the event might indicate that players have to participate in strange versions of the mini-games that they know and love. Possible changes that would be on brand with the scuffed theme could be having the players run maps backward, flipping maps around or upside down, and otherwise adding an overall cursed feel to the event that will allow both players and fans to experience the unexpected.

Image via Noxcrew

While the team announcements seem to solidify that MCC Scuffed is a real event that will be taking place on April 1, there is still a slight chance that the event is an elaborate April Fools’ prank. But this seems unlikely since the MCC team went through the effort of creating official artwork for both the MCC Scuffed logo and all of the teams participating.

MCC Scuffed teams

In keeping with the Scuffed theme, all of the team announcements are entirely out of order. The announcements usually follow the general colors of the rainbow and thus typically begin with the Red Rabbits and end with the Pink Parrots.

But this time, everything from the team announcement reveals to the hand-drawn icons of the players themselves is made to complement the disorderly theme of the event. Throughout some of the team announcements, certain players also have scuffed versions of their names but their actual names are also listed here.

Lime Llamas

  • Skeppy
  • awesamdude
  • BadBoyHalo
  • Ponk

Aqua Axolotls

  • Antfrost
  • ConnorEatsPants
  • Tubbo
  • RedVelvetCake

Purple Pandas

  • Vixella
  • Drgluon
  • KryticZeuZ
  • WaterBreathMan (FireBreathMan)

Yellow Yaks

  • MrGaming (Solidarity)
  • aimsey
  • Philza
  • Blushi

Blue Bats

  • GeminiTay
  • fWhip
  • Largishbeans (Smallishbeans)
  • Smajor

Pink Parrots

  • Grain (Grian)
  • LDShadowLady
  • ShubbleYT
  • jojosolos

Green Geckos

  • TheOnionSound (TheOrionSound)
  • Punz
  • Krinios
  • bekyamon

Red Rabbits

  • Sylvee
  • hannahxxrose
  • TapW (TapL)
  • GeeNelly

Cyan Coyotes

  • FalseSymmetry
  • Peapeekay (Seapeekay)
  • PearlescentMoon
  • PeteZahHutt

Orange Ocelots

  • InTheLittleWood
  • Rabnoo (Ranboo)
  • Sneegsnag
  • KaraCorvus
About the author
Kacee Fay

Staff Writer at Dot Esports primarily covering Minecraft, Genshin Impact, MC Championship (MCC), Disney Dreamlight Valley, general gaming, and streaming. She has been avidly writing and gaming her whole life and now spends her time combining the two. Kacee graduated from San Diego State University in 2021 with a Bachelor’s Degree in English and a Certificate in Creative Editing and Publishing. She then joined Dot Esports as a Freelance Writer in 2022 before transitioning to a Staff Writer in 2023. In her spare time, she enjoys buying more books than she can read, gaming alone or with friends, drinking too much tea, struggling to keep up with all of the streamers she loves to watch, attending concerts, fangirling over movies and television, listening to music, and spending time with her family, friends, and pets, who are the most important parts of her world.