Fortnite World Cup live stream, prize pool and schedule details were announced Monday, featuring a 10-week online open format leading to a final in New York City.
Fortnite World Cup Prize Pool
The Fortnite World Cup is scheduled to begin on April 13 with the first online open and conclude on July 28 with the finals. Epic Games announced the prize pool for the entire World Cup is $40 million, $10 million for the online opens and $30 million for the finals.
Fortnite World Cup Schedule
There will be 10 weeks of online opens with the highest ranked players advancing to the Fortnite World Cup finals in New York City July 26-28. According to Epic Games, the first week will be solos and the following will be duos. From then on out, the weeks will alternate back and forth between the two playlists.
Fortnite World Cup Rules
Epic Games requires all players who compete in the Finals to have two factor authentication enabled on their accounts. Those accounts also must be a minimum Account Level of 15 and have a good standings. Assumedly, that means you haven't been banned for some sort of foul play. Points and official scoring
Fortnite Creative World Cup
Epic Games also announced Fortnite Creative will be coming to the World Cup with more details to be announced later.
Fortnite World Cup Live Stream
Epic Games did not announce an official live stream for the World Cup as of writing, but it's assumed it will be available on the official Fortnite Twitch channel.
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