There's an exciting Minecraft tournament from Mizkif and Twitch Rivals for fans to look forward to coming up on 21st October. The tournament from Mizkif (a founder of OTK) in collaboration with Twitch Rivals, will see teams competing in a World of Warcraft Arathi Basin style setup, rebuilt in Minecraft. Here's everything you need to know about the Twitch Rivals Mizkif's Minecraft tournament, including how to watch, the prize pool, format and more.
Eight creator-led teams will be fighting it out in the Twitch Rivals Mizkif's Minecraft tournament for their shot at the ,000 prize pool.
This is a winner-takes-all tournament, which means the winning team will get the full $6,000, while the other seven teams will go home empty-handed.
The Twitch Rivals Mizkif's Minecraft tournament will follow a double-elimination format. The map teams will be competing on resembles WoW’s Arathi Basin but in Minecraft. Each game will be a 30-minute points race in which all players are given a “kit” of equipment to go into battle with. All matches are best of 1.
- Double-Elimination Bracket
- In each match, two teams will compete head-to-head in a game of Domination
- First team to 1600 points wins the game
- Each game has a time limit of 30 minutes
- Players will choose a kit prior to the start of each game
Kit loadouts to be used:
(Picture: Twitch Rivals)
For this unique, custom tournament, the teams will play on the LunarClient server, configured for this Arathi Basin-style game mode.
At the time of writing, the teams for Twitch Rivals Mizkif's Minecraft have not been confirmed. However, we do know Mizkif himself will be leading one of the teams.
There will be a total of eight, creator-led teams participating in the tournament. Judging by a Tweet from Mizkif above on 16th October, team leaders should include Karl Jacobs, Connor and Punz.
The Twitch Rivals Mizkif's Minecraft tournament is a one-day event. It will take place on Wednesday, 21st October.
The tournament is scheduled to start at 21:00 GMT+1, and is expected to run for roughly four hours.