Feb 6, 2019

Get ready for the Twitch Rivals Apex Legends Challenge

Feb. 19 Update:

420 to 419.

The difference between the two highest-scoring teams of the first-ever Apex Legends tournament was just one point, and over half a million of you tuned in to watch it all go down. You broke records for streamers in North America and Europe, and for Twitch Rivals. And that’s just Challenge 1.

If you missed the results, spoilers, here’s who rose to the top:

Top 4 NA Teams:

  • King’s Canyon: KingRichard, Ninja, dizzy

  • Reid’s Money Team: chocoTaco, vsnz, HusKerrs

  • The Broys: shroud, Skadoodle, Just9n

  • Team Pepega: LIRIK, Shortyyguy, A_Seagull

Top 4 EU Teams:

  • Les MANE: Gotaga, Mickalow, robi

  • Team Nordics: forsen, kowa, Orb

  • POG TEAM: WELOVEGAMES, i1ame_ru, makataO

  • ZF: CyanidePlaysGames, Sombrero, Edberg

Challenge 2 kicks off on February 19 with the European competition beginning at 9 AM PT, followed by the North American showdown at 2 PM PT. As always, you can watch the tournament on /TwitchRivals, or you can tune in to any of the 60 individual competing streamer’s channels, including:

For more info, check out Twitch Rivals.


This week’s launch of Apex Legends is about to get a whole lot bigger.

We’re teaming up with Respawn Entertainment for the Twitch Rivals Apex Legends Challenge, featuring 48 Twitch streamers competing live for $200,000 in prizes. This two-part competition goes down on Feb 12th and 19th, and it’s the perfect chance to see which your favorite streamers are leading the pack in the new Battle Royale shooter that’s taking Twitch by storm.

Each event features 16 three-player squads. Streamers from North America and EMEA are representing their territories, with a total of 48 competitors. Each squad will compete to earn the most points, with 5 points awarded for each match victory and 1 point awarded for each kill. To win, streamer squads have to show they’ve mastered the unique abilities of the game’s roster of Legends, plus they’ll have to make the most of Apex Legend’s new additions to the Battle Royale genre, like Smart Comms for improved call-outs and Respawn Beacons for defying death.

We’ll guide you through the competition on [/TwitchRivals](https://www.twitch.tv/twitchrivals) as we keep tabs on each day’s action and point totals. But as always, you can watch and chat directly on the channel of any participating streamer if you want hang out alongside their community. So be sure to hit the follow button on /TwitchRivals and we’ll see you in the Outlands soon.


Q: When do these competitions take place? A: They’ll happen on February 12th and February 19th.

****Q: Which streamers are participating? A: 48 streamers will be participating, including:

Q: Where can I watch? A: Follow our spotlight broadcast on /TwitchRivals or head directly to the channel of any streamer who’s competing in the event.

Q: Where can I find more detailed information about the competition and competitors? A: The official Twitch Rivals website is your best source for information, including the event schedule, format, and competing streamers.

Q: How can I learn more about Apex Legends? A: Visit the Apex Legends website or follow the official /PlayApex Twitch channel.

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