Everything you need to know about eRena this Friday

Here comes another edition of eRena. ESPN

ESPN Esports and eFuse announced Thursday that the organizations will partner for Friday's eRena Warzone tournament, with teams including pro athletes, Call of Duty League players, streamers and fans.

The tournament, which features a $10,000 prize pool for the winner, will air at 4:30 p.m. ET on ESPN's Twitch channel. The highest five-game scorecard, calculated via both kills and placement, will determine the winner.

Chris Pucket and Anthony "Nameless" Wheeler will cast the event. Below are the teams, which also include one slot for fans that can register to earn a place in the tourney. Selections will be made Thursday night.

Team Champions -- Last eRena Warzone event winners

  • Trevor May, Minnesota Twins

  • Kyle Long, Chicago Bears

  • Jordan "LEGIQN" Payton, streamer

  • Fan No. 1: Travis "BonsaiBroz" Fleming

Team Curry

  • Seth Curry, Dallas Mavericks

  • Jordan 'HusKerrs' Thomas, streamer

  • Anthony "Methodz" Zinni, Toronto Ultra

  • Fan No. 2

Team Powers

  • Aerial Powers, Washington Mystics

  • James "TGLTN" Gieze, streamer

  • Bobby "Bobby Poff" Poff, streamer

  • Fan No. 3

Team Holloway

  • Max Holloway, MMA

  • Doug "DougisRaw" Wolf, streamer

  • Jeremy "JeremyStuD" Astacio, former Call of Duty pro

  • Fan No. 4

Team Shazier

  • Ryan Shazier, Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Jordan "JKap" Kaplan, OpTic Gaming Los Angeles

  • Tyler "TeePee" Polchow, former Call of Duty pro

  • Fan No. 5

Team Robinson

  • Nate Robinson, former NBA player

  • Nick "NICKMERCS" Kolcheff

  • Swagg, streamer

  • Fan No. 6

Team Marquez

  • Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Green Bay Packers

  • Aydan "Aydan" Conrad, former Call of Duty pro

  • Vikram "Vikkstar123" Singh Barn, streamer

  • Fan No. 7: Doom Strafe

Team Ross

  • John Ross, Cincinnati Bengals

  • John "Speros" Speros, streamer

  • Dill, streamer

  • Fan No. 8