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Twitch Rivals tournaments announced for both League of Legends and Apex Legends

The action kicks off in just a few days' time.

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Twitch Rivals tournaments for League of Legends and Apex Legends have been confirmed for TwitchCon 2019 Berlin.

For those unfamiliar with Twitch Rivals, it’s a tournament series where Twitch streamers battle it out to see who’s truly the best at any given game.

The action actually starts in just a few days from now, with the Apex Legends Challenge commencing on March 26th at 12PM ET (4:00PM BST) and the League of Legends Showdown kicking off on April 3rd at 12PM ET.

The competition will then move onto the big stage at TwitchCon Berlin, where the Apex Legends Challenge Finals wraps up on Saturday April 13th and League of Legends on Sunday, April 14th.

To catch all the action live, follow the stream that will be broadcast on the official TwitchCon website or on the Twitch Rivals channel.

The full list of streamers has yet to be announced, but the likes of Sacriel and Pow3rtv have confirmed they'll be joining the APEX Legends Challenge, while Yassuo and NoWay4U_Sir will be doing likewise in the League of Legends Showdown.

For a complete schedule for both tournaments, head over to the following links:

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