Twitch Rivals for The Finals: Everything you need to know

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First official The Finals Tournament: Twitch Rivals (Image via Embark Studios and Twitch)

The X channels of The Finals and Twitch Rivals have just announced the first-ever official tournament for the game. It has been six months since the title's launch, and the playerbase has started to see its potential. The community and the developers at Embark Studios are doing everything they can to popularize it among the masses; this Twitch Rivals tournament is an important step in that direction.

This article discusses everything there is to know about the Twitch Rivals for The Finals, including the format, schedule, prize pool, participants, and more.


Twitch Rivals for The Finals

The first official The Finals tournament, Twitch Rivals, will feature the beloved Cashout game mode in the new Season 3 World Tour format. It will be played among 24 known streamers on Twitch and is scheduled for June 18, 2 pm PT.

It is scheduled to be played in the North American region and will be streamed across Twitch. Fans can tune into their favorite streamer or the official Twitch Rivals channel. Read on for more information on the participants, format, and prize pool.

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Tournament Format

Twitch Rivals for The Finals will be played among eight teams comprising three players each. It will be a 3v3v3v3 Cashout game set in the World Tour format. It will be conducted in a round-robin format with three rounds. Each round will feature one of the five maps of Las Vegas, Monaco, Seoul, Skyway Stadium, and SYS.

Teams will be randomly divided into two groups of four teams each, where the grouping will randomly change after every round. This will ensure each team plays every other team at least once.

At the end of the third round, teams will be ranked based on the points earned after every map round. Here’s how many points are awarded to a team based on their ranking:

  • 1st place: 10 points
  • 2nd place: 7 points
  • 3rd place: 5 points
  • 4th place: 4 points

If there is a tie, the teams will be ranked based on the points awarded in the last round. If it’s still tied, the point difference from Round 2 is taken into consideration. If that doesn’t resolve the outcome, the prize money is split between the two teams.


Prize Pool

A total of $50,000 is reserved as prize money for the eight participating teams in the Twitch Rivals for The Finals. Here’s how the money is to be awarded to a team based on their performance:

PlacementPrize Money (Team)
Prize Money (Per Player)
1st$15,000$5000
2nd$8,000$2,667
3rd$7,000$2,333
4th$6,000$2,000
5th$5,000$1,667
6th$4,000$1,333
7th$3,000$1,000
8th$2,000
$667

Who’s participating in Twitch Rivals for The Finals?

Twitch Rivals arena in TwitchCon San Diego (Image via TwitchCon)
Twitch Rivals arena in TwitchCon San Diego (Image via TwitchCon)

The eight participating teams and players haven’t been revealed as of writing, but some well-known streamers are already confirmed to play in Twitch Rivals for The Finals. Here’s what we know about the participating teams and players so far.

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Team Joe_Bartolozzi

  • Joe_Bartolozzi
  • Unannounced
  • Unannounced

Team Jay3

  • Jay3
  • Custa
  • Unannounced

Team LuluLuvely

  • LuluLuvely
  • Unannounced
  • Unannounced

Team Noko

  • Lyric
  • Suppress
  • Unannounced

Team gigz

  • Gigz
  • neteX_
  • Lycommit

That covers everything you need to know about the Twitch Rivals for The Finals. For more news and guides on The Finals, check out our other articles below:

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Edited by Dinesh Renthlei
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