Unlike previous Twitch Rivals Showdown tournaments, this edition will focus on the Achievement Hunt and some other unique rules, which are kept secret until 72 hours before the start of the event.
More than 140 Twitch streamers will participate in the event, with $60,000 USD on the line, so we expect nothing less than pure excitement.
Here's everything you should know about the event.
Escape from Tarkov Showdown: Schedule
The tournament will be a 1-day event, scheduled for the 18th of May.
The tournament is divided into 2 stages, and it is set to start at 10 pm CET / 4 pm ET /1 pm PT.
Achievement Hunt starts at 10 pm CET / 4 pm ET /1 pm PT and it will last for 1 hr and 40 mins
The playoff starts afterwards and it will last for around 3-3.5 hours.
Escape from Tarkov Showdown: Format and Rules
- 24 teams of 3
- Map: Reserve
- 16 tasks to complete
- Top 16 advances to the next stage - PVP Playoffs
- 8 teams in the winners' bracket and 8 teams in the losers bracket
- Different maps
- More details - in the Players Guide 72 hours before the start.
Escape from Tarkov Showdown: Teams and Players
In total 142 content creators will participate in the event, 72 from Europe and 72 from NA, divided into 24 teams per region.
The exact names of participating streamers and teams will be revealed at a later date, but for now, the confirmed players are:
- Anthony Kongphan
- Action Jaxon
Escape from Tarkov Showdown: Prize Pool
The event features a whopping $60,000 USD prize pool, $30,000 USD per region.
The rewards will be split as follows:
Escape from Tarkov Showdown Stream: How to watch
The tournament will be broadcasted live on the official Twitch Rivals channel and the personal channels of the participating content creators.