Watch the Twitch Rivals RE2 remake speedrunner challenge

Running scared in the Resident Evil 2 remake could end up winning one of the Twitch Rivals participants $15,000.

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Today, running in fear could earn someone a bundle of cash. Twitch is hosting its competitive Twitch Rival series on the platform and today's challenge features players speedrunning through the Resident Evil 2 remake.

A collection of featured players, all listed in the image above, will be facing off with a chance to win $15,000. Throughout the day, on the official Twitch Rivals channel or in the embedded video below, you can tune in to see the players knock out their speed runs of Resident Evil 2 remake.

Watch live video from TwitchRivals on www.twitch.tv

18 competitors are racing against each other in a  six-hour challenge. The official Twitch Rivals challenge will be switching between all of the competitors so you can see how each player is progressing. You can also scribble down some notes on how to overcome Resident Evil 2's challenges in the quickest way possible for speedruns of your own. The Twitch studio crew is also offering insight on the Resident Evil 2 remake challenge, including pointing out how different animations could cost a player precious time if they make certain mistakes when fighting enemies.

    Twitch Rivals was previously the home of two Apex Legends challenges that had players attempt to take out as many enemies as possible and accrue a bunch of championships on the way toward winning some money for their three-player squads.

    Twitch Rivals is a tournament series exclusive to the Twitch platform that will be home to have over 100 events this season. There are a collection of different games, formats, interactive extensions, and prize pools available. A Twitch studio show analyzes the various challenges while also switching between the many perspectives of participants, giving viewers a constantly engaging and evolving look into competitive gaming. There have been Call of Duty, PUBG, Magic: The Gathering Arena, and Apex Legends competitions so far this season and there's a lot more in store.

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