This weekend is bringing us the Super Bowl in real life and the Streamer Bowl in Fortnite.
2020 marks the second year that Fortnite has partnered with the NFL for the Super Bowl. Like last year with the Patriots and Rams, the 49ers and Chiefs have received their Super Bowl variants for all Fortnite NFL skins.
According to a Fortnite announcement blog, the NFL skins will return to the Item Shop tonight, January 30, and stay until after the Super Bowl.
The big game will also take over the theme of Team Rumble for the weekend. You’ll play as members of the 49ers and Chiefs as they battle it out on the island. Speaking of battling it out, the Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowls also kicks off this weekend.
The Streamer Bowl takes place tonight, January 30, at 6pm EST. The pre-show starts at 5pm. The 16 participating duo teams are comprised of some of the best and most popular Fortnite players along with an NFL partner.
Some of the NFL players have far more experience than others, making teams like Bugha and JuJu Smith-Schuster heavy favorites. Here’s a list of all of the teams playing in the Streamer Bowl tonight.
- Bugha and JuJu Smith-Schuster (Pittsburgh Steelers)
- Tfue and Kyler Murray (Arizona Cardinals)
- Reverse2K and Baker Mayfield (Cleveland Browns)
- LosPollosTV and Jamal Adams (New York Jets)
- TimTheTatman and Johnathan Abram (Las Vegas Raiders)
- Symfuhny and D.K. Metcalf (Seattle Seahawks)
- Dr. Lupo and Keenan Allen (Los Angeles Chargers)
- Nickmercs and Mike Evans (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)
- Chap and Kyle Van Noy (New England Patriots)
- Clix and Tarik Cohen (Chicago Bears)
- NickEh30 and David Morgan (Minnesota Vikings)
- Elded and Kenyan Drake (Arizona Cardinals)
- Ayden and Kurt Benkert (Atlanta Falcons)a
- UnknownxArmy and Avonte Maddox (Philadelphia Eagles)
- NateHill and Eddie Vanderdoes (Houston Texans)
- BrookeAB and Eric Ebron (Indianapolis Colts)
You can watch the event live on Twitch.tv/Fortnite or through one of the streamers playing in…