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Apex Legends AT&T Annihilator Cup Explained

AT&T Annihilator Cup
AT&T Annihilator Cup | Photo courtesy of AT&T

Popular battle royale Apex Legends will be featured in the AT&T Annihilator Cup. AT&T is launching its first-ever live stream gaming competition with the Annihilator Cup. Additionally, the tournament will feature a total of five different games across its debut starting on Friday, April 2. The live stream can be seen on AT&T's Twitch channel twitch.tv/ATT.

Apex Legends AT&T Annihilator Cup

The tournament will be hosted by Alex "Goldenboy" Mendez, in which 20 different players will be competing across five different games. The winner of the Annihilator cup receives $100,000, and AT&T will award an additional $5,000 to the top contestant each week.

Nineteen of the 20 contestants are some of gaming's finest, featuring Shroud, Yassuo, Mizkif, Bnans, Lirik, Emiru, Elspeth, fl0m, Tommey, Rated, PvPx, Sydeon, AlexiaRaye, Jake'n'Bake, EmZ, GoldGlove, King George, Keeoh, and KelseyDangerous. The last contestant was left off the roster at this time.

April 2 kicks the tournament off officially with Apex Legends at 4 p.m. EST. According to the AT&T press release, highlights, standings, schedules, and recaps will be posted on the Annihilator Cup website.

Each Friday after the kick off will feature a new game. The broadcast schedule:

  • April 2: Apex Legends
  • April 9: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
  • April 16: Mortal Kombat 11
  • April 23: Halo 3 (Halo Master Chief Collection)
  • April 30: Among Us

In addition to a gaming superstar host, the commentators will be GlitterXplosion and Bravo (Apex), Pansy and Potter (CS:GO), Rip and Tasty_Steve (Mortal Kombat), Puckett and Gaskin (Halo 3), BallaTW and Kelly Link (Among Us).