Fortnite World Cup 2019 Schedule

04/15/2019 03:54 AM
With the latest Fortnite update patch notes, there is more to enjoy in Battle Royale than just the typical weekly challenges. This year’s biggest tournament for all eligible Fortnite players is beginning and we have the Fortnite World Cup Schedule for you right here. This is your chance at winning a portion of the $1 million prize pool that is available this year.

For starters, if you don’t know what the Fortnite World Cup Schedule is, it’s the yearly major tournament that is available to almost all players. It’s a big deal since you don’t normally get too many chances at paid esports for every player out there. Of course, you need to know when you are able to play, of course, since only a short period of time counts.



If you need to know the Fortnite World Cup Schedule for your region, be sure to check here. We are only going to cover a couple of them that are relevant to our audience but feel free to check all of them at that link and also for the upcoming months. The tournament open runs from April 13 to June 16. Then if you qualify, the finals run later this year in New York City.

There are six main regions that are eligible so it’s important to know which region is yours. The six regions are Europe, North America East, North America West, Asia, Brazil, and Oceania. Basically, the schedule runs (at least in North America) every Saturday and Sunday local time for three hours each day.

This is basically a constant every single week until the end of the opens. It’s pretty standard, alternating between the solo and duos servers. For instance, the North American East server is four to seven pm Eastern Time while the North American West server is also four to seven pm but in Pacific Time.

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