Tensions Rise as ELEAGUE The Challenger: Street Fighter® V Continues with Double Elimination Episode, Friday, May 11, at 11 p.m. ET/PT on TBS
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Turner and IMG’s ELEAGUE will premiere the fourth episode of its first reality television series – ELEAGUE The Challenger: Street Fighter® V – with four competitors remaining in contention for a spot in the upcoming ELEAGUE Street Fighter V Invitational and a shot at its $250,000 prize pool. Drama will continue to boil over as two players are eliminated in this penultimate edition of the five-part show, set to air Friday, May 11, at 11 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.
A preview is available by clicking here.
The one-hour show will be highlighted by two elimination challenges as the group whittles itself down from four to two players. The first will be a team competition with a twist, in which players will pair up and test the depth of their character pools by collectively barring themselves from using any character more than once. Later, the three remaining players will face off in a round-robin showdown. The episode will also feature a humorous attempt to calm on-edge nerves and return the relaxed dynamic of episodes past with a “Goat Yoga” session (seen in the preview clip above).
The Challenger will then conclude on TBS with the thrilling final episode as the winner will be determined, Friday, May 18 at 11 p.m. ET/PT.
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