The first week of the Fortnite World Cup Playoffs, worth $ 30 million, begins Saturday, April 13 and we have all the information you need!
Competitive players from around the world will be competing to try their luck at the main event, boasting a major prize pool of $ 30 million.
Each qualifying week will have $ 1 million to win, an additional $ 10 million available.
There will be ten weeks of qualifying that will lead to the Fortnite World Cup in New York from July 26-28.
How do you look at the qualifiers of the Fortnite World Cup
Some professional players choose not to broadcast their game because of the severity of the qualifications.
Epic Games has provided a solution that allows fans to see their favorite player's point of view through the new and improved viewer client.
If fans choose not to use the game client, they can still watch the events unfold on Fortnite's official Twitch channel.
Unfortunately, Epic has encountered some production issues, so the feed is offline for the moment.
We will keep you informed as soon as it is available and ready to move on!
How do you use the Fortnite Viewer Client?
Fans wishing to use Fortnite's in-game viewer client will have to navigate through the Fortnite Battle Royale home screen to locate the "Compete" tab.
From there, the ranking of events will appear, allowing fans to select the region they wish to see.
Once the player has selected the region, he can scroll through the list of participants and select a streamer with a red "live" icon, which will then drop them into a client where they can view that player's perspective.
Here is a guide if you are still confused:
- Lancer Fortnite Battle Royale
- Select the "Compete" tab in the top menu bar
- Locate and select the region you wish to see
- Scroll down and find the player you want to watch.
- If the player has a red live icon, then you can display their perspective in the game.
Are you ready for the Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers? Who do you think will ensure first place for week 1?