Epic to contribute $100 million to Fortnite esports in 2019 - News - FORTNITE


The news comes from an esports update from Epic Games, where it also explained how it planned on giving away much of its pledged $100 million prize pot for the 2019 season.

Then, from June 26-28, the top 100 solo players and top 50 duo teams will duke it out in NY.

The US$30 million purse for the Fortnite World Cup Final surpasses that for previous record holder, the Dota 2 global final in 2018, whose fan-funded prize pool reached US$25 million, with US$11 million awarded to the winning team and then split between its five players, manager, coach, and organisation.

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To participate in any Fortnite competition, players must be at least 13 years or older. All participants in the final will be guaranteed 50,000 dollars, while the " Solo" mode champion will receive 3 million dollars.

Fortnite World Cup was announced by Epic Games through a new blog post. Total, there will be $100 million up for grabs in 2019 for competitive Fortnite. Each week, players will compete for $1 million in prize pools that will be distributed broadly.

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Developer Epic Games on Friday released more details on its upcoming Fortnite World Cup, which begins with ten weekly online qualifiers that'll run from April 13 to June 16.

We will continue to award $1,000,000 in cash tournaments weekly through the end of this year.

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