TEC Announces Apex Legends Tournament: Lenovo AMD Streamer Showdown
Complete information about the upcoming Lenovo AMD Streamer Showdown.
The Esports Club (TEC) has announced another Apex Legends invitational tournament called Lenovo AMD Streamer Showdown in association with Reliance Digital. The event will be featuring 16 of India's top streamers, as they go up against each other in Apex Legends competing for an INR 3,00,000 ($4,031 USD) prize pool. The invite-only tournament is scheduled to take place from 31st July to 1st August and will be livestreamed on The Esports Club's official YouTube channel. The tournament is similar to the The Esports Club - Streamer Invitational which had taken place from 26th-27th June.
Lenovo AMD Streamer Apex Legends Showdown: Complete details
This is the second such streamer-only showmatch being organized by TEC following the The Esports Club - Streamer Invitational that had taken place in June earlier this year. The 16 invited streamers this time around are as follows,
Tanmay 'Scout' Singh
Akshuna 'AXBAK' Bishnoi
Nikhil 'Bloodline' Sirohi
Saloni 'Meow16K' Pawar
Amit 'Fa2' Thakur
Mithul 'Binks' Nayak
Asish 'lordbathura' Madineni
Abhishek 'Mackle' Sharma
Payal 'Payal Gaming' Dhare
Monika 'Sherlock' Jeph
Mrinmoy 'Beg4Mercy' Lahkar
Dhwani 'Pinkcess' Bhatt
Ayan 'Rebel' Ali
Mukul 'Mafia' Anchal
Prapti 'Stabby' Pal
The players invited this time are a combination of some new names and ones that are having a second go at it. The last Apex Legend invitational was won by Team Mackle being led by Abhishek "Mackle" Sharma.
The INR 3,00,000 ($4,031 USD) total prize pool might be distributed like last time. If so, only the top six invited teams will be walking away with a share of the total prize pool.
Format and Schedule
Though the event format has not been announced, it will most likely be following the one used in the previous tournament. This means that a total of 10 games will be played across the coming weeked, five games taking place on each day - 31st July and 1st August.
The winners will be decided based on the final leaderboard after all the 10 games have been played out.
How to Watch
The tournament will be livestreamed on The Esports Club official YouTube channel. However, the time has not been revealed so far.
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