The big game is upon us—and we’re not talking about Super Bowl LV.
Twitch Rivals’ Streamer Bowl II featuring Fortnite is going down tonight at 5pm CT with 30 streamers, 30 NFL players, and 30 members of the Fortnite community playing in teams of three.
Each squad is led by a streamer who picked their NFL player and community member in a draft process that took place last week. As the reigning champ, Clix was given the first pick and decided to run it back with his partner from last year, Chicago Bears’ RB Tarik Cohen.
Tonight, the 30 participating teams are competing for $1 million in prizes that will go toward charity. The winner of the event will get $250,000 toward the charity of their choice. Second place will get $150,000 and the prizing will scale down from there based on placement.
Though last year’s Streamer Bowl was a live event in Miami, the competition is taking place completely online today due to health concerns regarding COVID-19.