Teamfight Tactics developer, Riot, has teamed up with streaming platform Twitch to create Twitch Rivals: TFT Showdown.
TFT Showdown will commence on July 17-18 with 64 streamers set to compete. On day one, the competitors will fight for a cash prize of US$100,000 and a spot in day two.
With a morning and afternoon bracket each consisting of 32 players, all contestants will play a total of five matches to earn a cash prize depending on their placement. The top eight of each bracket will continue to the next day.
Day two will have the best TFT players competing for US$25,000. This time, each player will only play four games for the cash prize.
The top eight players of day two will also play “one final, winner-take-all, match for US$5,000 and bragging rights”.
While the tournament will be on NA servers, Riot will be inviting streamers from across the world, representing other regions such as Latin America and Europe.
You can watch the full tournament on game day at the official Twitch Rivals channel.