QTCinderella’s latest IRL event, the Twitch Beyblade tournament, has just ripped across our screens. Here’s the full rundown on the nostalgia-inducing event, including who took part, what they won, and where you can watch the playback.
QTCinderella has continued her run of events that push the boundaries of what mainstream Twitch audiences are used to. In the same vein as Shitcamp, Girls Trip, and the record-setting Streamer Awards, she packed another banger one into the first half of 2022.
This time she revisited childhood nostalgia with a competitive Beyblade stream. Not just by herself either, as the star invited a mammoth roster of creators including Maya, Ludwig, Andrea Botez, and so many more.
Here’s everything that you need to know about event, including how to watch the playback and the full roster.
QTCinderella’s Twitch Beyblade Tournament: Results
With a solid haul at grab, the competition was fierce throughout. WillNeff ended up taking home the title, bringing great honor to the 100 Thieves family.
The competition was tight at the top, with all top 8 semi-finalists listed below:
QTCinderella’s Twitch Beyblade Tournament: Stream
QTCinderella’s one-day event started at 1PM PT on Sunday, June 5. This one-of-a-kind Beyblade tournament ran until only one competitor was left standing.
If you’re keen on watching the entire tournament back, it was hosted by QTCinderlla on her Twitch channel. We have embedded the VOD below for your convenience.
QTCinderella’s Twitch Beyblade event: Format
QTCinderella’s Twitch Beyblade event featured 32 streamers going head-to-head in a double-elimination tournament. Every competitor started off in the Winner’s bracket, playing other winners until only one winner was left. Losers played losers until the top-dog loser was crowned.
The best winner and the best loser then went head-to-head in the final. The winner took home the one-of-a-kind Beyblade trophy, $2000 in prize money, and a subscription to any Fansly creator, courtesy of Fansly’s sponsorship of the event.
If you’ve never played with a Beyblade before games are unbelievably simple. Beyblades are mildly weaponized spinning tops, fired out of Beyblade Launchers at high speeds, the tops smash into each other in a rounded arena until only one is left standing.
Produced by Hasbro, an official competitive manual was released in the game’s heyday in the early 2000s.
This manual may have served for a basis for the tournament rules, which ended up using a simple best-of-three setup for every game.
The event was commentated by Slime and Sajam, with Aiden Calvin taking on referee duties.
QTCinderella’s Twitch Beyblade event: Competitors
As announced on QTCinderella’s Twitter, the Twitch Beyblade tournament has brought some of the biggest names in streaming into the fold for this never-before-seen event. With Ludwig, shroud, PaymoneyWubby, and Andrea Botez just a tiny selection of the stacked list, we’ve pulled all the competitors together for easy viewing.