Tarik Cohen, Clix Repeat as Fortnite Streamer Bowl Champs, Win $250K for Charity

Timothy Rapp@@TRappaRTFeatured ColumnistFebruary 5, 2021

Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen (29) runs the ball during the first half of an NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2020, in Atlanta. The Chicago Bears won 30-26. (AP Photo/Danny Karnik)
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The trio of Clix, Tarik Cohen and Xacial won Fortnite's Twitch Rivals: Streamer Bowl II on Thursday. It was the second year in a row Clix and Cohen won the event.

B/R Gaming @BRGaming

BACK TO BACK CHAMPS 🏆 @TarikCohen, @ClixHimself and @XacialT defend their #StreamerBowl title and win $250K for charity. https://t.co/DkFTFzMtv5

Scoped, Juju Smith-Schuster and Bounce_maxo finished second, while Tfue, Aaron Jones and Griffinmat were third.

The event featured 30 trios comprised of one Twitch streamer, one NFL player and one community champion, with teams competing in arena trios for over $1 million for charity. The winning team took home $250,000 for their charity. 

The event had content creators such as Ninja, Nickmercs and Loserfruit and NFL players like Christian McCaffrey, Kyler Murray, Josh Allen, Keenan Allen, Saquon Barkley, Justin Jefferson, Austin Ekeler and Calvin Ridley. 

Clix, Cohen and Xacial won the first round, while Nate Hill, McCaffrey and JonJon69 took Round 2:

B/R Gaming @BRGaming

"The chemistry is crazy" 😂💀 Defending champs @ClixHimself, @TarikCohen and @Xacial take the first game of the #StreamerBowl. @TwitchRivals https://t.co/KwNL9ZCvwZ

B/R Gaming @BRGaming

.@CMC_22 gets the high ground for his team to clutch out Game 2 of #StreamerBowl 😤 (via @TwitchRivals, @NateHillTV) https://t.co/h2HJo4VrBJ

Clix, Cohen and Xacial again took Round 3, while EmadGG, Lynn Bowden and Savixc took the fourth round:

B/R Gaming @BRGaming

.@ClixHimself, @TarikCohen and @XacialT rally back to take Game 3 of the #StreamerBowl 💪 @TwitchRivals https://t.co/7SxpKFAMGD

Clix provided one of the highlight moments of the event in that fourth round, all alone with several teams still in the running. While Clix couldn't clutch the win, he picked up several huge eliminations by himself, accumulating much-needed points with the title on the line.