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Finalists Revealed For NBA 2K21 MyTEAM Unlimited $250,000 Tournament

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Finalists Revealed For NBA 2K21 MyTEAM Unlimited $250,000 Tournament

2K has revealed the two finalists of the third annual NBA 2K21 MyTEAM Unlimited $250,000 Tournament. 20 year old, Tyler Debondt (TwoWayRoco) of Cedar Falls, IA and 22 year old, Kimanni Ingram (NewEditionFlash) of Milwaukee, WI have made it to the Championship game. The winner will receive $200,000 and the runner-up will receive $50,000.

After four pre-qualifying GameDays and a 32 head-to-head single elimination qualifier tournament, Tyler and Kimanni are set to compete for the grand prize, live on Saturday, March 6 at 6:00 PM ET.

TwoWayRoco qualified for the single-elimination tournament in the Xbox One bracket averaging 89 PPG, while NewEditionFlash qualified for the PlayStation 4 bracket averaging 88.5 PPG. Both finalists battled through four qualifying matches before being crowned champions of their respective consoles to advance to the final, which will be played on PlayStation 4.

Hosted by 2K League lead commentator, Jamie “DirK” Diaz Ruiz, Ronnie2K and influencer HenryTheBlasian, the two finalists will battle it out online for their share of the $250,000 prize purse.

Fans will be able watch the live-stream on the NBA 2K Twitch channel.

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  1. imagine how much money they rake in on myteam and yet they are only putting up 250k. I mean 250k is a lot of money, but that's a lot of people's freaking salary. They should put at least 500 or 1m. It's not gonna change the comp or anything, tho so...
    JUST COMMON COURTESY. These guys deserve a better reward. Otoh getting paid 250k a year to be the best in the world at my team isn't bad, but you know these dudes gotta spend out to get there, too.
    -Smak

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