TFT Twitch Rivals Tag Team Set 7: Standings, format, and updates

Watch the new Dragonlands meta unfold.

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Twenty-four Teamfight Tactics players are competing in the Twitch Rivals Tag Team event, showcasing Set Seven Dragonlands and the new Patch 12.12 balance update.

Taking place from June 23 to 24, the Twitch Rivals Tag Team Dragonlands event features top streamers and esports competitors. The event will showcase gameplay from Patch 12.12, an update that rebalanced a number of champions, traits, and Draconic Augments. Prior to the start of the Twitch Rivals Tag Team event, a Patch 12.12 hotfix was shipped by the TFT team, hitting Volibear and Daeja. 

The TFT Tag Team tournament features a total of 24 players, broken into 12 teams. 

  • Team Becca: Becca and soulless.
  • Team Boxbox: boxbox and AesahTFT.
  • Team Emily Wang: Emily Wang and Jummychu.
  • Team GrandVice8: Goose and SpicyAppies.
  • Team Guubums: guubums and bertasaurus8you.
  • Team k3soju: k3soju and Milk.
  • Team kiyoon: Kiyoon and Prestivent.
  • Team Kurumx: Kurumx and DQA.
  • Team Rayditz: Raditz and Broccoli.
  • Team Robinsongz: Robin and Ramblinnn.
  • Team Escha: Escha and Scarra.
  • Team sètsuko: sètsuko and SpencerTFT.

Six games will be played each day, with only eight teams advancing to the second day of the event. Teams will be placed in the same lobby, with lobbies rotating every two rounds. All players who advance to the second day of the TFT Twitch Rivals Tag Team event will earn a slice of the total $10,000 prize pool. The event will be casted by WavePunk, Bryce “esportsslaw,” and Riley “Jirachy.”

June 23 Twitch Rivals Tag Team standings

The teams were divided into three lobbies and a total of six games were played. The lobbies were rotated every two games. The much-needed hotfix to Daeja didn’t take the dragon out of commission, showing signs that she is still a solid carry. Volibear looked like he did during the Dragonlands launch but the Dragonmancer trait performed better thanks to a Karma bug fix, along with buffs to Lee Sin and Swain.

Here are the eight TFT teams advancing to day two of Twitch Rivals Tag Team:

  • Team Kiyoon: 69 points
  • Team k3soju: 60 points
  • Team boxbox: 56 points
  • Team Goose: 56 points
  • Team Escha: 55 points
  • Team Guubums: 53 points
  • Team Becca: 53 points
  • Team Kurumx: 53 points

June 24 Twitch Rivals TFT Tag Team standings

Day two of the TFT Twitch Rivals Tag Team tournament began with four fewer teams and an increase of points awarded each game. All players were split into two lobbies, with lobbies rotating every two games over the course of six total games. Points awarded were doubled per placement, and points from the first day carried over into day two.

Winning the Twitch Rivals Set Seven Tag Team tournament was Team k3soju with Milk, beating out team Kiyoon by only seven points.

  • Team k3soju: 200 points
  • Team Kiyoon: 193 points
  • Team Becca: 167 points
  • Team Kurumx: 165 points
  • Team boxbox: 158 points
  • Team Goose: 152 points
  • Team Escha: 145 points
  • Team Guubums: 139 points