Marshmello’s Fortnite Concert Actually Brought In 10.7 Million Players
- Author: Delia Davidson Feb 25, 2019,
Feb 25, 2019, 0:43
Some US$30 million is going into the World Cup Finals prize pool, with US$50,000 the minimum payout and the World Cup Solo Champion in line to receive US$3 million. Beyond the Fortnite World Cup, Epic will continue to award $1 million in cash tournaments weekly through the end of 2019. Whether you celebrate with us in-person or tune in online to catch all of the action, the Fortnite World Cup will have something for everyone!
The top 100 solo players and the top 50 duo eams from around the world will be invited to the World Cup Finals that will take place in NY city on July 26-28 with a prize pool of $30,000,000.
Esports Insider says: Epic Games certainly isn't messing about when it comes to Fortnite's esports presence.
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Epic Games, the studio behind Fortnite, shared details of the Fortnite World Cup in a blog post on Friday. The qualifying period will run from April 13 to June 16, and a $1 million prize pool will be allocated to eligible players.
The World Cup will also present the biggest prize money in the export scene: 30 million dollars; even richer than The International by DOTA 2, which reached 25.5 million dollars for last year's world championship. Fortnite has been quite rewarding these days, and many people think it's because of the growing of the Battle Royale genre. Again, Epic is promising to open up these tournaments to better serve a variety of playstyles, with different modes and formats to be revealed in the coming weeks.