Fortnite Streamers Will Team Up With NFL Athletes For Super Bowl

The Super Bowl LIV is about to take place on Sunday, February 2, 2020. And this year, Epic Games and Twitch are planning to make America’s biggest sporting event even more exciting. Apparently, famous Fortnite streamers like Bugha and Tfue will team up with NFL players for Twitch Rivals Streamers Bowl.

The event will be held on January 30 at 6 p.m ET, with an hour-long pre-game show at 5 p.m. It will be streamed live on Twitch Rivals Channel from the NFL Players Association Party, Miami, Florida. Furthermore, people can also witness the live stream on the respective Twitch channel of every participating streamer.

In this colossal competition, you’ll witness a game featuring 16 incredible duos. For the pairs to be decided, streamers first had to pick up their favorite NFL athlete to team up. And here is the list of all the finalized duos:

  1. Bugha and JuJu Smith-Schuster
  2. LosPollosTV and Jamal Adams
  3. Symfuhny and D.K. Metcalf
  4. Dr. Lupo and Keenan Allen
  5. Tfue and Kyler Murray
  6. Nick Mercs and Mike Evans
  7. TimTheTatman and Johnathan Abram
  8. Chapand Kyle Van Noy
  9. Clix and Tarik Cohen
  10. NickEh30 and David Morgan
  11. Reverse2K and Baker Mayfield
  12. Elded and Kenyan Drake
  13. Ayden and Kurt Benkert
  14. UnknownxArmy and Avonte Maddox
  15. NateHill and Eddie Vanderdoes
  16. BrookeAB and Eric Ebron

The tournament intends to raise a charity amount of $500,000. On behalf of Twitch, the winning duo will get the honor to decide where this incredible amount will be donated.

In this age of gaming, the popularity of game streamers like Shroud or Ninja is crossing all boundaries. So, it’s definite that the viewership of this team-up between Epic Games and Twitch for the Super Bowl Fortnite Tournament will be insane.