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The pair were visibly chuffed with themselves following another magnificent performance.

On Thursday night, Twitch Rivals hosted the second annual Streamer Bowl featuring Fortnite. Pros, creators and NFL athletes battled it out over a $1,000,000 charity prize pool, but it was more than just money on the line.

For reigning Duos champions Cody “Clix” Conrod and Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen, it was about maintaining bragging rights. And, with the help of community qualifier “Xacial”, they did just that.

Even after a quick exit in the second game courtesy of a Nate Hill headshot snipe, the Trio ended up winning two of the four matches played.

Throughout the event, Clix did an impressive job of leading his less experienced partners. However, when they both dropped early in the final game and he was left alone, he demonstrated his true skill. The NRG star fearlessly clutched out a heap of placement and eliminations points, which was ultimately enough to cement the overall victory.

Controller pro “Scoped” took the number two spot, but it was his former FNCS teammate receiving all the attention. Turner “Tfue” Tenney, and his perhaps not so aptly named team “The Washed Boomers”, picked up third place despite the fact that he hasn’t properly competed since last summer.

Having made a brief return to Fortnite in December, Nick “Nickmercs” Kolcheff was back again for the Streamer Bowl, securing a respectable mid-table finish on the leaderboard. He seemed to have a good time regardless, and he and Ali “SypherPK” Hassan are now on the hunt for a “cracked out” Trio.

Full final standings:

1st - The Shotties (Clix, Tarik Cohen, Xacial) - $250,000

2nd - The Long Shots (Scoped, JuJu Smith-Schuster, bounce_maxo) - $150,000

3rd - Washed Boomers (Tfue, Aaron Jones, grffinmat) - $100,000

4th - The Hills (Nate Hill, Christian McCaffrey, JonJon69) - $75,000

5th - Winterset (Sommerset, Jake Burt, axytal) - $50,000

6th - GGs Only (EmadGG, Lynn Bowden, Savixc) - $30,000

7th - Chuggas Champs (Chap, James Daniels, prevalesfnbr) - $30,000

8th - The Rumblers (StableRonaldo, Avonte Maddox, DrizzyFA) - $30,000

9th - Beast Mode (Bugha, Kurt Benkert, dnspecfn) - $30,000

10th - Living Legends (Prospering, Saquon Barkley, akaseek) - $30,000

11th - Sparkles (sparkles_qt, Graham Glasgow, norcalnugz) - $20,000

12th - Team Losers (Loserfruit, Amani Oruwarlye, crazyggs) - $20,000

13th - Cactus Club (Zemie, Calvin Ridley, Nevify) - $20,000

14th - Benchwarmers (aircool, Keenan Allen, grimfnx) - $20,000

15th - The Huckleberries (ops1x, Kenyan Drake, 32wanted) - $20,000

16th - Loud Ones (Alixxa, Austin Ekeler, jaceimdone) - $10,000

17th - Skull Rangers (Tocata, Malcolm Elmore, Zipknow) - $10,000

18th - Steamy Stackers (NICKMERCS, Logan Wilson, aliens_fn) - $10,000

19th - Three Amigos (Ewok, Kyle Van Noy, mojo1x) - $10,000

20th - Time In (Ninja, Corbin Kaufusi, BeastAFK) - $10,000

21st - Pew Pew Pews (LosPollosTV, Chase Claypool, CBearFN) - $7,500

22nd - Avocado Toast (Maddynf, johnathanabram1, Nukey1x) - $7,500

23rd - Quack Attack (DuckyTheGamer, Dalton Schultz, Senexfn) - $7,500

24th - Skull Troopers (SypherPK, Kyler Murray, Committedg) - $7,500

25th - The Controllers (Aydan, Jarvis Landry, Toomzy) - $7,500

26th - Eh Team (Nick Eh 30, Trey Quinn, Dawnswrld) - $7,500

27th - Block Party (Fresh, Justin Jefferson, ritix) - $7,500

28th - Absolute Zeros (elded, Eddie Vanderdoes, adanfnn) - $7,500

29th - TEAM 2K (Reverse2k, Josh Allen, UltimateGG_) - $7,500

30th - Aniquiladores (JuanSGuarnizo, Rick Lovato, Code-cloutzzy) - $7,500

By all accounts, the Streamer Bowl was a huge success and although it couldn’t be held in-person like last year’s tournament, the broadcast still made for a riveting watch. Congratulations to Twitch Rivals and hopefully we will get to see a major Fortnite LAN before the end of 2021.

Author Bio

James Peskett

James is a freelance Esports writer from the United Kingdom. He has been playing Fortnite since the release of Battle Royale mode and is especially interested in the competitive scene.


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