Foodbeast brings the first cooking show to TwitchCon with a battle royale twist

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When you combine a stage filled with talented creators and chefs from many communities, an audience that can shape the flow of the event, an all-live setting, and a kitchen with a hint of chaos, you get TwitchCon’s “Foodbeast.” San Diego. cooking league Battle Royal.”

After a troubling few years which also saw tremendous growth in the streaming and gaming community, TwitchCon is finally back to its usual real-life format and the event is packed with a plethora of exciting and engaging events from all types for creators and fans to enjoy.

Among the many exciting activities fans may already be experiencing, TwitchCon San Diego 2022 is also set to feature a brand new event never before seen at TwitchCon – an all-live cooking contest hosted by Foodbeast dedicated to bringing people together. .

The event, called “Foodbeast’s cooking league Battle Royale”, hopes to bring together streamers and chefs for an epic battle of cooking mini-games leading to a final cooking league match at the very end of the event. Teams face off in duos and continually fight each other while being whittled down in a way that works “much like a traditional battle royale meets fall guys” until there is only one team left to win a secret grand prize.

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“Our goal was to find communities from different ends of Twitch and give them the stage together,” Foodbeast editor and Foodbeast TwitchCon event host Elie Ayrouth told Dot Esports ahead of the San Diego meet.

Related: Twitch Provides Full TwitchCon San Diego 2022 Schedule

Foodbeast, the host behind the “cooking league The TwitchCon “Battle Royale” event, is a blog dedicated to “food media and the creator network”.

They also host a show called Foodbeast’s cooking leaguewhich is currently streaming live on Twitch but “will soon be distributed on demand on other streaming services”, and this is where the inspiration for the TwitchCon event came from.

While most cooking contests have lots of cuts and edits, Foodbeast’s cooking league is “the world’s first and only live competitive cooking show” and will remain so for its TwitchCon variant. The event will have “no changes, no redesigns”, just pure live mayhem and fun for the public to see unfold in its entirety.

Foodbeast’s cooking league features “the allure and prestige of cooking shows” with the distinction of being live and unedited, making it the perfect stage for a TwitchCon event featuring some of the hottest creators of the moment.

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On the heels of her recent face reveal, Minecraft Superstar Dream will be making his first public appearance at TwitchCon in San Diego and will only be competing in two events, one of which is Foodbeast’s cooking contest. Since Dream revealed he would be participating, many fans have taken to Twitter to express their excitement for the Foodbeast event and the prospect of seeing both the Minecraft star and their other favorite creators compete in this unique tournament.

All creators listed as participating in “Foodbeast’s cooking league The Battle Royale TwitchCon events are as follows.

  • Dream
  • GeorgeNot Found
  • SAPnap
  • Quackery
  • TinaKitten
  • EvanAndKatelyn
  • Neeko
  • triciaisabirdy
  • wallibear
  • Earth leezipate
  • allux
  • TheHungerService
  • PizzaPrincessG
  • SpawnOnMe
  • Ms Ruvi
  • BBBubbz
  • chefsteve330
  • BlindGamerSteve
  • CookingwithKait
  • VernReview
  • Bookofelie (host)

Regarding the outpouring of enthusiasm from various communities around their event, Ayrouth shared that “the positive responses have been incredibly encouraging” for the Foodbeast team.

Although the creators and competing chefs are the stars of the event, “Foodbeast’s cooking league Battle Royale” is also very interactive and the audience is an integral part of the show.

The TwitchCon version of this event will echo what Foodbeast cooking league show regularly and allow the chat to help shape the flow of the event.

An example of this dynamic can be seen with one of the mini-games that will be played during the event, which is called “Cake Stacker”. Ayrouth shared with Dot that during this mini-game, the contestants will be tasked with trying to build the cake as high as possible, but the cat will be tasked with trying to knock it down.

Leading up to the TwitchCon event, the Foodbeast team has continuously had fans helping them unveil information about the competition and this will continue until the event goes live. Thus, fans should pay attention to all the clues provided if they wish to find out more about the event before it happens.

While the duos competing in the event have been teased by the Foodbeast team on Twitter, fans wanting to know officially who will be associated with the event will need to continue to watch Foodbeast’s Twitter closely in the coming days to find out. exactly what team the lineup will be.

However, there is a confirmed duo competing in the event. While previously only hinted on Foodbeast’s Twitter accountAyrouth has confirmed to Dot Esports that Quackity is officially teaming up with Neeko on the Blue Berries.

cooking league is a really fun place for creators to do something they’ve never done before,” Ayrouth concluded. “And for their communities to see their creators in games, in situations, and with other creators, they normally wouldn’t.”

The “Foodbeast’s Kitchen League Battle Royale” event is scheduled to take place on October 8, 2022 at 1:30 PM CT and will last approximately one hour and 30 minutes. Fans can attend the event in person at TwitchCon San Diego in the Glitch Theater or watch from virtually anywhere in the world on TwitchCon’s official Twitch page.

Foodbeast will also be streaming live before and after coverage of the TwitchCon event on its own official Twitch page for those interested in checking out the event.

Fans can see a full rundown of who’s attending the event, when it’s taking place, and all other important info on the official “Foodbeast’s cooking league Battle Royale” on the official TwitchCon website.

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