Very close. If I were to go by the numbers I'd hand it to Jakobe - he was consistently good throughout both verses. Teqneek was more of a wild card, he was totally on fire on his first verse but dropped the ball on the second.
After a few listens I'm going to have to give this to Jakobe. I really, really liked Teqneek's first verse but Jakobe actually did a great job flipping it. Jakobe's disadvantage is that even though I prefer his flow and mic presence, he's a little slower and ultimately it interferes with his ability to land quite as many punches as Teqneek does.
Also, Teqneek's line about being a veteran was underhanded as hell. Some might disagree, but I think saying something deceptive to bait a flip and then retort with another flip is really weak.