League of Legends: Who is Playing in Twitch Rivals and Where to Watch

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League of Legends Twitch Rivals returns after a short break. Let’s check out some of the teams and see who will win this tournament.

Twitch Rivals is a League of Legends tournament held multiple times throughout the year. The next edition of the tournament called Streamer Showdown takes place from February 18th-20th 2020. It will feature 16 teams placed in two groups of eight, who will then compete against the other seven teams in their group before the top four teams in each group advance to the best of three single-elimination bracket to determine the tournament winner.

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This tournament is also linked to the upcoming Clash event being held on the weekend of February 22-23rd. There will be Twitch drops of Clash tickets, needed for entry into the Clash tournament, as well as giveaways by different streamers.

Let’s take a look at a few notable players participating in the event.

Scarra, Hai, Voyboy, Iwilldominate and Shiphtur are former LCS players that are playing in the event. Joining this list though and making his Twitch Rivals debut is Sneaky. His team is called Sneaky Dogs and his teammates are Trick2g, Cookiemanman, Frostprime and C9banana. No word on if he will cosplay at the event though.

Fan-favorite Tyler1 is going to be there, but in a different role. He will be the jungler for team JUNGLE DIFFERENTIAL, instead of his usual ADC, which falls in line with the role swap he made for Season 10.

Tyler1 was part of the winning team two Twitch Rivals events ago. Heisendong, Voyboy, Emiru, and i0ki will be his teammates this time around.

Tarzaned is the only player from Limit Test, the winners of the last Twitch Rivals event, to return. He is joined on a team with Joshnodrake, Quantum, Anklespankin, and Withluvxina.

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The event also has plenty of higher profile streamers and one-tricks known throughout the League of Legends scene. It should be exciting to watch, which you can do here.