Twitch Pits Popular Esports Figures Against Each Other in a $20K USD 'UNO' Tournament

No, you can’t stack +4 or +2 cards.

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With UNO overtaking Fortnite in viewership numbers on Twitch as top streamers became enthralled with the online version of the classic game. The streaming platform is now hosting a $20,000 USD UNO tournament with 16 popular streamers and Esports players.

Those competing will show off the mind games and strategy they use to get ahead in the luck-centric card game. The tournament features two group stages with $2,000 USD first-place prizes leading into the finals with $4,000 USD for the winner of the tournament.

In case you missed it, the minds behind UNO have confirmed you can’t stack +4 or +2 cards.

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