Fortnite FNCS Season 4: How to Watch, Format, Prize Pool, Schedule

The Fortnite FNCS for Season 4 is rapidly approaching
The Fortnite FNCS for Season 4 is rapidly approaching / Photo by Epic Games

The Fortnite FNCS for Chapter 2 Season 4 is rapidly approaching. Here are all the details on the newest Fortnite Champion Series, from how to watch, format, prize pool, and schedule.

Fortnite FNCS Season 4: How to Watch

You can watch the action unfold at, on Fortnite's YouTube Chanel or on Twitch. You can even earn in-game cosmetics by watching drops-enabled twitch streams.

Fortnite FNCS Season 4: Format

The battle format for this tournament will be trios, with the teams of three allowing for more complex plays. Qualifiers will run for three weeks after which the top 15 teams from each week will compete in the finals. The Tournament will run on a point-based system with players scoring 25pts for a victory Royale and points tapering off until 17th place, after which players will score no points. Players will also receive 1pt for every elimination.

Points -

  • Victory Royale - 25pts
  • 2nd - 20pts
  • 3rd - 16pts
  • 4th - 14pts
  • 5th - 13pts
  • 6th - 12pts
  • 7th - 11pts
  • 8th - 10pts
  • 9th - 9pts
  • 10th - 8pts
  • 11th - 7pts
  • 12th - 6pts
  • 13th - 5pts
  • 14th - 4pts
  • 15th - 3pts
  • 16th - 2pts
  • 17th - 1pt
  • Elimination - 1pt

Prize Pool

Cash prizes will be offered for the qualifiers from 1st-33rd place in Europe, 1st-26th place in the NA East region, 1st-15th in the NA West region and Brazil, and 1st to 10th in Oceania, Asia, and the Middle East. For the Finals, prizes will be rewarded to players ranging from 1st to 132nd in Europe and NA East region, and 1st to 33rd in the NA West Region, Brazil, Oceania, Asia and the Middle East. The amount given varies by region and can be found in the official tournament rules. Prizes will be divided between each of the three-team members.


Qualifiers begin on Oct. 9 or Oct. 8 for the Middle East. Finals will run from Oct. 29 - Nov. 1. Broadcasts will begin starting at 1:00 p.m. ET, and last until 8:30 p.m. ET, with live EU coverage at 1:15 p.m. ET and NAE coverage at 5:15 p.m. ET.