'Fall Guys' Twitch Rivals NA Week 2: Start Time, Standings and How to Watch

Fall Guys takes over Twitch Rivals once again with some expanded playoff action. Want to know when you should tune in and who's scoring big points in the latest pub stomp? You've come to the right place. Below, we outline the latest start times, standings and teams worth knowing.

What time does the Fall Guys Twitch Rivals tournament start?

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'Fall Guys' hosts a Twitch Rivals tournament today for its competitive playoffs. Get the latest standings and start times here. 'Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout' is available now on PS4 and PC. Mediatonic/Devolver Digital

For NA Week 2, the Fall Guys Twitch Rivals tournament begins September 11 at 4 p.m. EDT. The matchup is expected to last about four hours, so plan to surrender a solid chunk of time if you hope to see how those final results take shape. Those who are participating in the event are expected to check in one hour early at 3 p.m. EDT.

Where to watch Fall Guys Twitch Rivals NA Week 2

Like all Twitch Rivals tournaments, the best place to watch the action as it unfolds is on the official Twitch Rivals Twitch channel. During the professional broadcast, some of the best shoutcasters in esports will analyze the events from around the entire tournament as they happen. Most of the individual participants will also be streaming their matches on their Twitch channels as well.

Fall Guys Twitch Rivals NA Week 2 Teams

Just like the previous Fall Guys Twitch Rivals tournament, this one features 80 invited streamers divided into 20 four-person squads. The full list of participants will likely be revealed about one hour before the tournament is expected to start, so we'll do our best to provide that information as soon as it becomes available. This week focuses on North America, so you can expect folks like DrLupo, Nemo and PewPewU to make their voices heard.

Fall Guys Twitch Rivals NA Week 2 standings, leaderboard, rules & prizing

Today's format follows closely along the lines of the Twitch Rivals tournaments we've seen across NA and EU over the past few weeks. For those who are tuning in for the first time or just want a quick refresher, here's what you need to know:

  • Teams play six public games of Fall Guys.
  • Points: One point for reaching the final round and five points for winning the match.
  • The top four teams with the most points advance to the playoffs in a best of two single-elimination bracket.

In the playoffs things work a little differently.

  • Each four-person team splits into two duos that queue with another opposing duo.
  • The duos swap with one another through two games.
  • Points are earned in the manner described above, and the team with the most points wins.

The competitors are working to earn their share of a $50,000 prize pool split the following way:

  • First: $7,000
  • Second: $4,500
  • Third/Fourth: $3,000
  • Fifth-10th: $2,500
  • 11th-15th: $2,000
  • 16th-20th: $1,500

Since the event has yet to begin we don't have any leaderboard or standings information yet, but we'll do our best to provide it as it's revealed.

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout is available now on PS4 and PC.

Will you be watching the second Fall Guys Twitch Rivals tournament? Which team would you like to see at the top of the standings this afternoon? Tell us in the comments section!