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How to watch $50K Fall Guys Fridays Twitch Rivals: stream, schedule, more

Published: 3/Sep/2020 5:02 Updated: 3/Sep/2020 5:10

by Brad Norton


Following a huge North American kickoff, Twitch Rivals will soon be hosting another Fall Guys tournament but this time, for the biggest streamers across Europe.

The Amazon-owned streaming platform is once again putting up a monstrous prize pool for another Fall Guys competition. Following a hugely popular first outing with North American talent, Fall Guys Fridays is set to return with an exclusive tournament for European streamers.


Mediatonic’s charming battle royale has proven to be one of 2020’s biggest party games. But now it’s climbing the ranks as a properly competitive title as well. Teams battle it out across a set period of time until just one squad is crowned the overall champion.

From the starting time to the streams, we’ve got you covered with everything you need to know about the second iteration of the Fall Guys Twitch Rivals event.


When is the next Fall Guys Fridays Twitch Rivals event?

The first of its kind NA competition went down last week as the single-day event was taken out by Team Castro. One week later and it’s now time for EU streamers to shine as the next leg of the event kicks off on Friday, September 4. 

It all starts at 10 AM PT / 7 PM CET / 3 AM AEST and is expected to run for roughly four hours. There will 20 teams in the first round of action and as each hour goes by, that number will drop until just one group remains. The event will be streamed on the official Twitch Rivals account, while plenty of competitors are sure to be streaming their POVs as well.


Format and prizing

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$50,000 is on the line as EU streamers try to grab some crowns in Fall Guys Fridays.

No different from the NA side of this competition, EU streamers will be fighting for the lion’s share of $50,000. However, given the lighthearted nature of the event, all teams will still be placing in the money, regardless of their performance. The overall winners will walk away with $7,000, while 20th place still claims $1,500 for their efforts.

All 20 squads will be tasked with playing six games to open the tournament. Points are then awarded based on how many players made it through to the Final Round. Just a single point is earned for making it to the final, while five points can be claimed for winning the game.

After six games, teams with the least points will be knocked out for good. This process is then repeated through four more games until just one point-leader is crowned victorious.

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The final showdown is sure to be one of the most intense games of Fall Guys thus far.

There’s no confirmation on who will be appearing this time around, though you can expect some of the region’s biggest names to be rushing for crowns when it all kicks off. We’ll be sure to keep you updated as more details come to light.


Bryce Hall slams “fake influencers” for partying despite restrictions

Published: 19/Oct/2020 20:53

by Virginia Glaze


TikTok star Bryce Hall is calling out “fake influencers” for partying in spite of social distancing restrictions, just a month after claiming he’s quitting his own partying ways until LA city ordinances are lifted.

Bryce Hall is the self-described “party animal” of the TikTok world, notoriously being charged by the City of Los Angeles for throwing two house parties despite the area’s social distancing ordinances.


Faced with a $2,000 fine and potential jail time, Hall later took to his YouTube channel to state that he his no longer throwing huge parties until it’s safe — but it doesn’t look like his fellow influencers are taking the hint.

Since Hall’s video was released, a number of social media stars have faced criticism for partying, including the likes of Nikita Dragun, Charli D’Amelio and rapper/Instagram star Zach Clayton, who Hall called out for his partying habits in a pointed Tweet.


“I have a theory that the influencers who continue going to parties every night don’t own a brain,” Clayton said of the influencer-partying phenomenon. “Correct me if I’m wrong, though.”

It seems that Hall felt Clayton was being a bit of a hypocrite, as he shot back by calling him a “fake influencer,” claiming that Clayton publicly decries large gatherings but attends them himself in spite of his words of warning.


“Practice what you preach and try not to be fake,” Hall shot back. “Let’s remember you attended my birthday party.”

“See, the difference here is I can get called out for attending a party, learn form my mistakes, then actually follow through when I say I won’t go out anymore,” Clayton replied. “I haven’t been to a party since then.”

Bryce wasn’t convinced by Clayton’s response, though, and accused him of attending “large gatherings every day not following [redacted] guidelines” — a statement that Clayton seemed to brush off.


This is far from the first time Hall has taken shots at other influencers for partying, by far; he made similar claims in an interview with Entertainment Tonight two weeks ago, calling other influencers “liars” for going to parties but promoting social distancing on social media.

No matter how you spin it, it looks like Hall has learned his lesson and is attempting to curb the current health crisis by calling out other stars — but it doesn’t look like it’s working all too well.