Fortnite puts up $30 million prize pool for World Cup Finals

Fortnite puts up $30 million prize pool for World Cup Finals

The proof is the latest data shared by Epic Games, which confirm a new record of players simultaneously.

Epic Games have announced the details for the upcoming Fortnite World cup.

Your road to the #FortniteWorldCup starts April 13! Each week $1,000,000 will be on the line.

Once the qualifiers conclude, the top 100 solo players and the top 50 duos teams from around the world, will go head-to-head at the finals in New York City late in July. By accomplishing at least 1 of the last batch of challenges (assuming you have done all the previous), players will get season 8 Battle Pass for free.

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Eligible "Fortnite" competitors must be at least 13 years of age, and players under 17 will need permission from a parent or legal guardian.

Epic Games pulled in $2.4 billion in 2018 and, this year, is making an estimated $300 million per month from Fortnite, according to third-party firm SuperData. The final champion will walk away with $3.9 million. The top solo player at the end of a weekend of battle will earn $3m.

In fact, Epic Games has finally unveiled some more details about the Fortnite World Cup.

Fortnite was bound to have a thriving esports presence because it's the biggest game in the world. We will also provide tournament tools and prizing to select partners to better serve competitive Fortnite in more countries and regions around the world on our way to awarding the full $100,000,000 in 2019.

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