Knights Carnage Cup #5: Scores, teams and how to watch


Knights Carnage Cup #5: Scores, teams and how to watch


The Knights Carnage Cup is back for its 5th edition. Check out the time, date, format, how to watch and who is taking part.

The fifth Knights Carnage Cup will see 20 invited teams from North America compete for a share of $10,000. It will take place on December 5th at 5 EST/10PM GMT, and teams will play 6 games. 3x Worlds Edge and 3x Storm Point.

The previous editions of the Carnage Cup have been hotly contested. NRG are the defending champions, with Cloud9 going back to back in the two events prior. This event will be especially interesting, as we are in the midst of the final weeks of the ALGS Pro League. Third party tournaments spread between ALGS gamedays give teams the opportunity to try things out in preparation for the weekend.

Here is all you need to know about the Knights Carnage Cup, including invited teams, prizepool and more.

Knights Carnage Cup Invited teams

  • Tripods
  • DarkZero
  • Esports Arena
  • Counter Logic Gaming
  • Complexity
  • G2
  • Luminosity
  • Sentinels
  • SZN
  • Spacestation Gaming
  • NRG
  • Team Liquid
  • OpTic Gaming
  • The Guard
  • TSM
  • Cloud9
  • FaZe Clan
  • 100Thieves
  • BR Demons

Knights Carnage Cup Live Scores

Teams are listed in alphabetical order. Game scores are shown as placement/kills.

Where to watch, who’s casting:

The carnage gets under way at 5pm Eastern time. This event will be broadcasted on the Knights Twitch Channel.

The Knights Carnage Cup will be casted by Dia and Melocrit.

Knights Carnage Cup Broadcast talent

Prize pool and payouts

The Knights Carnage Cup will have a total prize pool of $10,000.

The payouts are as follows:

  • 1st – $6,000
  • 2nd – $3,000
  • 3rd – $1,000

What is notable about the majority of events with $10,000 prize pools, is how this is split up. Only the top three teams earn any prize money. While the ongoing ALGS Pro League makes this valuable practice regardless of payout, keep an eye out for the final few games. Could teams shake up their gameplan to make a big run for a payout in the final few games?

Stay tuned for the latest esports news and updates.

Tom Bull -

Tom Bull

Born and raised in the United Kingdom. Owner of Transatlantic Gaming and an Apex Legends competitive player in the EU. Mostly play either Wraith, Wattson or Bloodhound.


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