For a second year, Twitch Rivals X Riot Games' Summer Rumble returns in an even bigger way. The major Twitch event promises ten teams full of 150 streamers worldwide that will compete in a few different titles.
As the name of the event suggests, the games that all of these streamers will be playing come from Riot Games. Viewers can expect to see Valorant, League of Legends, and Team Fight Tactics as the basis for competition. Of course, it would be impossible to fit all those in for one day, and the event will provide a few days worth of content.
Twitch Rivals X Riot Games' Summer Rumble Schedule
Viewers can tune into the official stream for the first day on August 22 at 9 am EST. Considering the event is mainly focused on European countries, the event will take place at 2 pm BST. Viewers on the United States East Coast will have to tune in especially early if they wish to watch live.
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Summer Rumble will go on for three days, and each day will begin at the same time. However, brackets based on different games will begin shortly after one another. In total, each day may run for around six or seven hours. Below you can see the full schedule.
DAY 1: MON 22 AUGUST
- 15:00 - 18:45 CEST: TFT Points Stage
- 15:30 - 20:45 CEST: VALORANT Group Stage Day 1
- 15:30 - 20:45 CEST: League of Legends Group Stage Day 1
DAY 2: TUE 23 AUGUST
- 15:00 - 20:15 CEST: VALORANT Group Stage Day 2
- 15:00 - 20:15 CEST: League of Legends Group Stage Day 2
- 15:45 - 19:45 CEST: TFT Playoffs
- 19:45 - 20:30 CEST: TFT Playoffs Finals
DAY 3: WED 24 AUGUST
- 15:00 - 21:30 CEST LoL & VALORANT Playoffs (LoL QF starts offstream at 13hs)
- 17:30 - 20:15 CEST League of Legends Finals
- 18:45 - 21:15 CEST VALORANT Finals
Every team will have to fight for Rumble Points consistently. Their final positions in the three games will determine how many points are earned. By the end of day three, the team with the most points will be considered the Summer Rumble champions for this year.
On days one and two, there will be a double round-robin elimination for VALORANT and League of Legends. Every team will be split up into two groups of five, so the results can vary to a large degree. Any teams that fall below the top four in terms of points will be eliminated for that day.
Overall, there is plenty of content to watch for the upcoming Twitch Rivals event, and the lineup of games is some of the most competitive options available. We'll have to tune in to see who is crowned champion by the end.
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