The second and final day of the Apex Legends Challenge, worth $ 200,000, ends on February 19, in Europe and North America.
On the North American side, the team was named Scott's Tots and consisted of former Overwatch professional player, Lucas "Mendokusaii" Håkansson, as well as popular "overpoweredow" and "nmplol" streamers. ".
They managed to beat the Daquan and Hamlinz team of the SoloMid team, two of the biggest names in the Fortnite professional scene and whose team was among the favorites to win this tournament.
For those who do not know how the Twitch Rivals x Apex Legends Challenge worked, the tournament in each region brought together 10 teams of three players running public matches and trying to get as many points as possible in two sessions of two hours.
The teams received points based on their standings in the individual matches and the combined total of all the eliminations that each player was able to achieve.
- Victory Match = 10 points
- 2nd or 3rd place = 5 points
- 4th or 5th place = 3 points
- Kills = 1 points
Scott's Tots was able to finish with 393 points, which earned him the 11,200 first places in the prize pool, while the 377 points of TSM earned $ 10,300.
The top trio was completed by a team consisting of the League of Legends icon, Imaqtpie, who played alongside pro players LoL, "Dyrus" and "Shiptur", while the trio was managing 356 points to win $ 5,900.
It's worth noting that Scott's Tots made a comeback in the second half of the tournament, as they were behind TSM and Team Imaqtpie at halftime.
Some bonuses awarded to teams for achieving certain goals, including a bonus of $ 3,000 to the first team that summoned Nessie and won a match.
The Kephrii team claimed that bonus, and it was he who got the final elimination to seal it.
As for the European tournament, the first place was occupied by Team Solary, whose 387 points in total earned them $ 12,300. Wtcn was in second place with $ 12,300 points thanks to his own bonus.
Here is the final ranking for the European Apex Legends Challenge, including the points of each team and the full prize allocation.
About the Apex Legends Challenge
The Apex Legends Challenge was organized by Twitch Rivals and Respawn Entertainment developers. The tournament had a total prize pool of $ 200,000 divided into four tournaments, two for the EU and two for NA.
The first tournaments were held on February 12th and you can see how things went and the final ranking by consulting our first recap of the Apex Legends Challenge.
Regarding team lists and other details about the event, do not forget to check out our Twitch Rivals Concentrator x Apex Legends Challenge.
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