The creator Clash is back, with a larger card stacked with some of the world's most influential personalities. This year, the event returns to Florida, but will take on a new venue, and features a card with both new faces and returning fighters.
The goal of the event, like with last year's Clash, is to raise money for charity. Last year, the event raised over $1.3 million for the Alzheimer's Association, the American Heart Association, and the Healing Horse Therapy Center. This year the event will feature charity partners such as Able Gamers, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the Critical Role Foundation, and others.
Here's a complete guide to Creator Clash 2.
Time, date, and location of the creators of Clash 2.
The creator of Creator Clash 2 will take place on Saturday, April 15 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. According to the event's Ticketmaster page, the pay-per-view livestream will begin at 4pm CT.
Tickets for Creator Clash 2 are now available.
Creator Clash 2 tickets may be purchased either in-person or via PPV, starting on January 27 at 9am CT.
- Related: How to watch Creator Clash 2
Fans may book tickets through Ticketmaster for in-person events, with an eight-ticket limit per customer.
Creator Clash 2 is available on Moment only on pay-per-view.
Card and schedule for Creator Clash 2
The entire card for Creator Clash 2 is shown below, although the exact order of matches is currently unknown, we do know that Alex Wassabi against. iDubbbz will be the main event.
- Jack Manifold vs. Dakota Olave
- Abelina Sabrina vs. Jaelaray
- Dad vs. AB (H3H3)
- Leonhart vs. Crank Gameplays
- Mika vs. Alanah Pearce
- Arin Hanson vs. Jarvis Johnson
- Myth vs. Hundar
- Haley Sharpe vs. Marisha Ray
- Froggy Fresh vs. Chris Ray Gun
- I Did A Thing vs. Fitz
- John Randall Hennigan vs. Harley (Epic Meal Time)
- Alex Wassabi vs. iDubbbz
MoistCr1TiKaL, Jacksepticeye, Markiplier, Tony Jefferies, and Wade Plemons lead the commentary team. Amouranth will conduct pre-fight interviews, and the national anthem will be performed by Matt Watson of SuperMega.