Craig Robinson

Craig Robinson

After several years volunteering as an esport writer, Craig decided to make it his go-to career. He has specialized in a variety of games, with his recent focus on Rainbow Six and Apex. Craig has written for Esports News UK, Ginx TV & Hotspawn Esports.

Twitch Rivals Apex Legends Makes a Return February 21st

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Twitch Rivals Apex Legends set to show off season 4 fun before getting serious with Online Tournament Two in a week's time.


With the Apex Legends Global Series in full swing, Twitch Rivals is offering a slightly more relaxed stream. Twitch Rivals Apex Legends returns to our screens on February 21st. The event will have a $25,000 prize pool available for both EU and NA and will feature a variety of esports players and content creators alike.

20 Team Captains were selected to build teams of three. A variety of crazy line-ups and hype personalities are mixing as a result. The likes of Luminosity Gaming have been broken up, G2 and Na’Vi personalities come together, and much more! Like with all Twitch Rival events, there will be a small studio setup broadcasting the event. Those looking for a unique angle can always turn to their favourite streamers as they compete.

The event will run on custom lobbies online, likely using the official Apex Legends Tournament Mode. A team wins when they accumulate 35 points prior to the start of a game and wins Game 5, Game 6, or Game 7.

If no team wins via reaching Match Point and wins Game 5, 6, or 7, the tournament ends regardless. Rankings are then based on cumulative points earned throughout Twitch Rivals.

This will be the first event where we will see Season 4’s new Legend, Revenant in play. What crazy scenarios will we see from the world’s best? You best tune in to Twitch Rivals and find out.

Read more: How Respawn handled Revenant’s release

Prize Pool

The total prize pool of the event is broken down as follows.

  • 1st: $5,000
  • 2nd: $3,300
  • 3rd: $2,400
  • 4th: $2,100
  • 5th: $1,800
  • 6th: $1,500
  • 7th: $1,200
  • 8th: $900
  • 9th-11th: $750
  • 12th-14th: $600
  • 15th-17th: $450
  • 18th-20th: $300

After this weekend, Apex Legends Global Series Online Two begins. Expect pros and potential content creators to be back on the grind as they qualify for the GLL Masters Paris. On March 13th, the Global Series first Major kicks off. Apex Legends events are certainly about to get spicy.

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