No one was expecting it. In a recent tweet, Epic Games has announced a new stage in the Fortnite Champion Series.
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Throughout the weekend Fortnite Champion Series Grand Finals will be held. For viewers, cosmetic drops will be available by watching some of the live streams.
Charity events are multiplying in the gaming world as the Covid-19 crisis rages. The next edition of Fortnite Twitch Rivals — called SuperGames — will feature athletes and streamers to donate $1 million to charities.
A Victory Royale or nothing! That's the motto of this new series of competitions. Played in Duos, these daily tournaments will brighten up your afternoons in Fortnite.
FNCS Duo Week 1 is now over. Find all the standings and results of this first week of competition in this article.
The Fortnite Champion Series was entitled to a training simulation that happened from March 13 - March 15.
The FNCS competitive circuit — which will be played this season in Duo — will start on March 21. The format is very similar to previous editions, except for the separation between PC and console players.
After long weeks of waiting, the competition is making a comeback in Fortnite. The FNCS will begin on March 20.
Epic Games' competitions are on hold, but a new range of online tournaments are making our weekends even better. You'll be able to show your allegiance to Ghost or Shadow side thanks to them.
Is the conflict between controllers and keyboard/mouse players coming to an end? Epic Games has finally reacted by promising a nerf on Legacy controls setting that will take effect on March 13.
An official tweet from Fortnite enlightens us on the inactivity of the battle royale's competitive scene during the beginning of Chapter 2 Season 2.
DreamHack Anaheim saw a major Fortnite tournament take place, with new 100T signing MrDamage claiming the lion's share of a $250,000 prize pool. All the results can be found right here.
The former NRG Esports Europe player, Martin "MrSavage" Foss Andersen, has just signed with 100 Thieves. The young Norwegian is one of the best Fortnite players in the world.
Taking place on Friday and Saturday, the Hype Nite returns in Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 2 in a new format — richer in rewards but also more expedient!
The Celebration Cup — a Fortnite tournament only available on PS4 — takes place on Saturday, February 15, and Sunday, February 16. This event allows players to win in-game items and cash prizes.
Chapter 2 Season 2 is about to begin, and it looks like the trios format may be the focus of future Fortnite competitions.
Revealed by the Fortnite Australian Open Summer Smash Cup — where he reached the top step of the podium — young Australian Breso becomes the first controller player to win a major tournament.
Once again the Australian Open tournament will be combined with the Fortnite Summer Smash event. A Pro-Am will take place on Friday — mixing professional players and celebrities for charity — while a solo competition will occur on Saturday to reward the best player of the weekend.
The new Team Liquid recruit is unable to honor his invitation to the Fortnite Summer Smash tournament.
In collaboration with the Australian Open, Fortnite offers you the opportunity to unlock a new skin and a new pickaxe for free during the Summer Smash event. Don't forget to enter the online tournament to be eligible!