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Twitch is hosting a Super Bowl Fortnite tournament

Streamers and NFL players will compete for a $500K charity prize pool

Three players wearing Fortnite’s NFL skins pose in a line Image: Epic Games
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Super Bowl weekend is one of the biggest and busiest weekends in all of sports, and now Fortnite is coming along for the ride. To celebrate the NFL’s biggest game, Twitch is hosting a Twitch Rivals Fortnite tournament which will include some of the world’s most famous Fortnite streamers teaming up with NFL athletes live in Miami — the site of Super Bowl LIV.

The tournament, which Twitch has dubbed the Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl, will feature 16 different duos. The teams were chosen in a draft, where the streamers picked which NFL player they wanted to partner up with. The teams will be competing for a charity prize of $500,000, which Twitch will donate to a charity of the winners’ choosing.

The competition will be live from the NFL Players Association party in Miami, Florida, and streamed on Twitch. There will be an official Twitch Rivals channel, along with the individual streams of all the various competitors. The tournament starts on Jan. 30 at 5 p.m. ET with a pre-game show, with the action starting at 6 p.m. ET.

Here’s a full list of all the teams that will be competing in the Streamer Bowl:

  • Bugha and JuJu Smith-Schuster
  • LosPollosTV and Jamal Adams
  • Symfuhny and D.K. Metcalf
  • Dr. Lupo and Keenan Allen
  • Tfue and Kyler Murray
  • Nick Mercs and Mike Evans
  • TimTheTatman and Johnathan Abram
  • Chapand Kyle Van Noy
  • Clix and Tarik Cohen
  • NickEh30 and David Morgan
  • Reverse2K and Baker Mayfield
  • Elded and Kenyan Drake
  • Ayden and Kurt Benkert
  • UnknownxArmy and Avonte Maddox
  • NateHill and Eddie Vanderdoes
  • BrookeAB and Eric Ebron