Fortnite: Here Are Your Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl 2 Draft Results & Teams

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Fortnite: Here Are Your Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl 2 Draft Results & Teams

Find out which teams will compete in the Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl 2!

The grand finalè of Twitch’s second annual Streamer Bowl is nearly upon us. Personalities involved in Fortnite have spent the last few weeks competing for a top draft spot in this year’s competition. Defending champ and Fortnite superstar Cody “Clix” Conrod earned himself the number one pick after his win alongside Tarik Cohen of the Chicago Bears last year. The first few weeks of the Streamer Bowl 2 featured some promising National Football League (NFL) turned Fortnite players in public matches, followed by an exclusive Twitch streamer Zone Wars competition. The winners of each Zone Wars tournament snagged $15K USD and a top pick in the draft.

Fortnite World Cup Champion Bugha secured the second draft choice, followed by Tocata, StableRonaldo, and Scoped.

In preparation for the final $1M USD charity tournament, all players reviewed the board and made their selections. Let’s take a look at all the teams that will compete in the Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl 2.

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Draft Selection Process & Outcome

The first four selections in the draft saw Clix, Bugha, StableRonaldo, Scoped and Tocata choose their NFL adversaries for the Streamer Bowl 2 action. Tarik Cohen unsurprisingly went first, considering he and Clix won the tournament last year; They will look to repeat the same performance. Bugha selected NFLPA Open winner Kurt Benkert to form a team capable of dethroning Clix. Each team features a third player from the community, all of which reached this stage for their performances in the online Streamer Bowl 2 Cup.

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Here are all of the teams that will compete on February 4:

  • Clix, Tarik Cohen, Xacial
  • Bugha, Kurt Benkert, dnspecfn
  • StableRonaldo, Avonte Maddox, DrizzyFA
  • Scoped, JuJu Smith-Schuster, bounce_maxo
  • Tocata, Malcolm Elmore, Zipknow
  • Sommerset, Jake Burt, axytal
  • SypherPK, Kyler Murray, Committedg
  • aircool, Keenan Allen, grimfnx
  • Reverse2k, Baker Mayfield, UltimateGG_
  • Prospering, Saquon Barkley, akaseek
  • Fresh, Justin Jefferson, ritix
  • Nate Hill, Christian McCaffrey, JonJon69
  • Aydan, Jarvis Landry, Toomzy
  • Nick Eh 30, Trey Quinn, Dawnswrld
  • EmadGG, Lynn Bowden, Savixc
  • Alixxa, Austin Ekeler, jaceimdone
  • LosPollosTV, Chase Claypool, CBearFN
  • Ewok, Kyle Van Noy, mojo1x
  • Tfue, Aaron Jones, grffinmat
  • elded, Eddie Vanderdoes, adanfnn
  • Ninja, Corbin Kaufusi, BeastAFK
  • DuckyTheGamer, Dalton Schultz, Senexfn
  • ops1x, Kenyan Drake, 32wanted
  • Chap, James Daniels, prevalesfnbr
  • JuanSGuarnizo, Rick Lovato, Code-cloutzzy
  • Zemie, Calvin Ridley, Nevify
  • sparkles_qt, Graham Glasgow, norcalnugz
  • NICKMERCS, Logan Wilson, aliens_fn
  • Loserfruit, Amani Oruwarlye, crazyggs

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There are some formidable teams in this competition, and all 29 have five games to earn as many points as possible. The Super Bowl 2 Champions will win a $250K USD donation to their charity of choice. Here’s the entire prize pool breakdown for the finals:

  • 1st    $250,000
  • 2nd    $150,000
  • 3rd    $100,000
  • 4th    $75,000
  • 5th    $50,000
  • 6th10th    $30,000
  • 11th15th  $20,000
  • 16th20th  $10,000
  • 21st30th  $7,500
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Players have only eight days left to prepare. The Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl 2 goes live at 5:00 PM EST on February 4. Each competitor will stream their point of view, and the Twitch Rivals channel shall handle the broadcasting duties. Be sure to visit the Streamer Bowl 2 website for more details!

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Matt Pryor
Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.