DALLAS, May 24, 2024

Doublelift Wins 2024 AT&T Annihilator Cup

After four weeks of tournament play, Doublelift takes home the lion’s share of $250,000, gives $30,000 to NAMI, and takes bragging rights as the latest AT&T Annihilator Cup champion

AT&T Annihilator Cup

Key Takeaways:

  • More than 130,000 fans tuning into this year’s tournament on Twitch + TikTok
  • The tournament concluded its final livestream on May 23, featuring fan favorite streamers in gaming, such as Summit1G, Lirik, Emiru, JakeNBake and Sketch
  • Winners from each week made donations to charities of their choice, including St. Jude, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), and Gamers Outreach for a tournament grand total of $50,000

What’s the news?

Doublelift has been crowned the winner of this year’s AT&T Annihilator Cup, taking home the lion’s share of $250,000 and donating $30,000 to NAMI. Mongraal secured second place and MrSavage took third.

Over the past four weeks, 20 of the world’s top streamers – including Agent00, DrLupo, Emiru, MrSavage, Sketch, Summit1G and more – competed in the fourth AT&T Annihilator Cup: the ultimate test of versatility and skill featuring Fortnite, League of Legends, Street Fighter 6 and Counter Strike 2.

The tournament was live streamed through each competitors’ channel as well as the official AT&T Twitch and TikTok, and was hosted for the first time by gaming personality, Ovilee May. Based on both their team and individual performance each week, competitors earned points towards a unified tournament leaderboard and the player with the most points after all four games was crowned the 2024 AT&T Annihilator Cup Champion.

Weekly MVP winners throughout the four weeks included MrSavage (Fortnite), Doublelift (League of Legends and Street Fighter 6) and Summit1G (Counter Strike 2).

Plus, week after week, individual game experts provided commentary on the stream, and were further highlighted by Annihilator Cup community watch parties hosted by popular streamers TimTheTatman, MaximilianDood, Tyler1, Subroza, Hiko, and more. Broadcasts and gameplay highlights can be seen on AT&T’s Twitch channel.

"I love that the tournament has people with various levels of experience and multiple different categories of games.  It shows a lot of character, creates really cool moments, and shows how quickly they think on their feet,” said Doublelift, winner of this year’s AT&T Annihilator Cup. "The whole experience connected me with people and fans that I may never have met had I not participated in AT&T Annihilator Cup.”

AT&T Annihilator Cup demonstrates how AT&T connects gamers, and their millions of fans, to greater possibility.


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