A competitive game that’s a perfect match for streaming is getting the spotlight at TwitchCon.

Twitch announced today that its upcoming TwitchCon 2016, which takes place September 30 to October 2 in San Diego, will include a tournament for Streamline. The PC game is designed for live-streamers, as it allows viewers to impact the experience by voting for rule changes (like turn the ground into lava or make a player move slower). It’s a perfect fit for Twitch, a company that made its name by offering gamers a place to stream and watch others. The tournament will have a $10,000 grand prize.

Preliminaries start on September 12. Top finishers from each five of the events will win a trip to TwitchCon. The grand finals take place on October 1.

You can find the official rules for the competition and the complete schedule here.