Fortnite World Cup ticket pre-registration now available

Epic Games has just announced the start of the ticket pre-registration for the Fortnite World Cup. It is considered the biggest and most anticipated Fortnite event to take place in the year 2019. The event will include a huge prize pool of $40 million, which will share among the most successful Fortnite players. If you’re eager to participate in the live event, now you can register and claim a seat.

The first details have been revealed by Fortnite’s official Twitter, stating that the Fortnite World Cup is on a good path and will be the most vital event in player’s eyes.

More details about the ticket pre-registration were published on Epic Games’ official website:

Pre-registration is now available for a chance to purchase tickets to the Fortnite World Cup Finals! To pre-register, visit Fortnite’s Ticketmaster Verified Fan website, enter your information, and when tickets go on-sale you’ll be among the first to be notified. The Ticketmaster Verified Fan program helps us to remove scalpers and bots from the ticketing process to better ensure more Fortnite fans can attend.

The Fortnite World Cup Finals takes place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center’s Arthur Ashe Stadium, in New York City, from July 26-28. All ticketed fans who attend the three day event will receive V-Bucks and a Season 10 Battle Pass (must be present to claim items).

Epic Games has confirmed that there are many interested fans to persevere the event live. The pre-registration is safe and will block any sort of bot usage that may harm the number of ticket reservation. All of those who receive a ticket for free will also get Season 10 Battle Pass for free, which will be included as a gift by Epic Games.

The Pre-registration period ends on April 14th, and that is at night, 10 PM EST.

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