Professional sports might be on hiatus right now, but professional athletes haven’t lost their will to compete. In its place, Twitch Rivals is bringing Fortnite pros together with pro athletes to compete at the Twitch Rivals SuperGames tournament.
At Sportsbook, Mason Denaburg and Brendan Rodgers are the +600 favorites, followed by Blake Snell and Gavin Lux (+750), Kyler Murray and Josh Hart (+750), Mike Evans and JuJu Smith-Schuster (+750) and Trea Turner and Bryce Harper (+750).
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|Mason Denaburg and Brendan Rodgers||+600|
|Blake Snell and Gavin Lux||+750|
|Kyler Murray and Josh Hart||+750|
|Mike Evans and JuJu Smith-Schuster||+750|
|Trea Turner and Bryce Harper||+750|
|Desmond Lindsay and Thomas Szapucki||+1200|
|Graham Glasgow and Ryan Glasgow||+1200|
|Jack Roslovic and Brendan Lemieux||+1200|
|Skylar Arias and Nick Marchese||+1200|
|Vince Dunn and Jordan Kyrou||+1400|
|Avonte Maddox and Dylan Windler||+1600|
|Brett Pesce and Anthony Bitetto||+1600|
|Chase Winovich and Ashtyn Davis||+1600|
|Xavier Woods and Mike Daniels||+1600|
|Zach Aston-Reese and Jameson Taillon||+1600|
|Zach Hyman and Alex Nylander||+1600|
|Kurt Benkert and David Morgan||+1800|
|Christian Pulisic and Danny Barbir||+2500|
|Cody Melphy and Stephen Tomasin||+2500|
|Trevor May and Chase Elliott||+2500|
Odds as of April 22 at Sportsbook
What’s the Format for Twitch Rivals SuperGames?
The SuperGames tournament is slated to follow the Blitz LTM ruleset. The zone will start moving immediately after the match starts and the time between zones is shortened.
Unlike the Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl, siphon and enhanced material generation will be the same as Fortnite’s arena mode and tournament play. The Twitch Rivals SuperGames finals takes place on April 22 at 8 p.m. ET and can be streamed through the Twitch Rivals channel.
The team with the highest point total after five games wins the event. Thirty-five points are awarded to the first-place team per match, with 30 going to the second-place team, 25 to the third-place team and 20 to the squad that comes in fourth.
Fifteen points are given to teams that place between fifth and eighth, while 10 are awarded to teams that come between ninth and 12th and five will be given to teams that place between 13th and 16th. Eliminated teams will receive two points each.
The prizing breakdown is significant. There is a total of $1 million on the line in charity prizing to be spread out, with $150,000 awarded to the champion along with $100,000 and $75,000 to the second- and third-place teams, respectively.
Pro Athletes and Pro Streamers Collide
The teams are constructed of two esports streamers/pro players and two professional athletes. The athletes already went through a tournament to qualify for this event and were drafted onto squads on April 20. It’s worth noting that only the athletes’ names are listed in the odds table above.
Most of the biggest names in Fortnite will be involved in the SuperGames tournament, including NickMercs and DrLupo, who’ve recently been away from Fortnite.