Twitch Rivals is back with the Apex Legends Showdown, featuring 120 of the game's top players and content creators from North America and Europe.
Players will battle it out in teams of three, in their respective regions, across eight custom matches for a share of the ,000 prize pool.
To decide the teams twenty team captains were chosen last week and a draft system was used - making teams a mix of Apex pros like, Joeseph "Frexs" Sanchez and Marshall "Mohr" Mohr of NRG esports, and more entertaining content creators.
Twitch Rivals: Apex Legends Showdown kicks off with the European action on 21 February 17:00 GMT (9:00 PT) with the North American tournament to following directly after.
Match Point / Win-Eligible Format
Match Point: 35 Points
Minimum Game Limit: 5 Games
Maximum Game Limit: 7 Games
This means, in order to win, a team must have 35 points prior to the start of a game and win Game 5, Game 6 or Game 7.
If no team wins via reaching Match Point and winning Game 5, Game 6 or Game 7, the tournament will end with the standings determined by cumulative points earned over all 7 games.
There is a combined $50,000 prize pool - $25,000 each for Europe and North America.
Check the Apex Legends liquipedia for the complete prize pool.
The action kicks off on Feb 21, 17:00 GMT (9:00 PT) for Europe followed by the NA tournament at 21:00 (4 pm EST/9 pm GMT).
How To Watch the Twitch Rivals: Apex Legends Showdown
One of the most exciting parts of Twitch Rivals: Apex Legends event is that almost all of the participants will be streaming, meaning you can tune in to any players' channels to see their point of view.
Below is the Twitch Rivals main broadcast where all the action will be streamed live.