Throughout the past couple of months, the Fortnite gamer eyesight was stolen by the qualifier for the Fortnite World Cup. Well, the now that the qualifier is over and we have all the participants for the Fortnite World Cup enlisted, the event is ready to go live. The kick-off is today, as all of the contestants coming out of different regions will get a chance to clash between each other in a LAN environment.
The Fortnite World Cup starts today July 26, with a good amount of creative and warmup content, and ends on Sunday, July 28.
New York is the central city in which the event will be held, and it starts later today, with a whole lot of shenanigans spread across. We can speculate a bit of who’s going to have the most impactful performance on the event, but most of the times in a LAN environment it comes as a surprise.
The Battle Royale game mode will be in solos and duos only, as we’ll witness gameplay provided by some of the most successful Fortnite players and streamers such as Tfue, Benjyfishy, Mongraal, Dubs and more.
It will be exciting to see what other regions have to offer, as we have our eyes on 9z Zeko and his duo partner, santidead.
Where to watch the Fortnite World Cup
As usual, the Fortnite World Cup event will be transmitted to a broader audience throughout a Livestream on Twitch and YouTube. The main Livestream channel would be Fortnite’s official on Twitch.
You can also watch it on our homepage, as we’ll surely transmit the video recording to our humble readers. Our team will also cover more info as we’re progressing throughout the Fortnite World Cup, and we’re looking forward to doing so.