Fortnite World Cup Creative: Even More Fortnite Esports Announced

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Fortnite Creative fans now have an opportunity to compete for some big bucks.
Fortnite Creative fans now have an opportunity to compete for some big bucks. Epic Games

Fortnite is diving into the world of esports with the official Fortnite World Cup this summer, and while the main focus so far has been on Battle Royale, developer Epic Games just revealed another way for players to compete for some major prize money: Fortnite Creative.

So how do you compete in the Fortnite Creative World Cup tournament? There are five qualifying events between April 29 and June 7. During these events, players must attempt a Fortnite Creative trial, and record it. These recordings are then posted on YouTube, using the specific hashtags created for each event.

A team of Fortnite Creative judges will look over each week’s submissions and pick the top three entries from each week as winners. The 15 total winners are then invited to the Fortnite World Cup in New York City to compete for some serious cash. The Fortnite World Cup Creative prize pool is a whopping $3 million.

The first Fortnite Creative trial was designed by notable YouTuber Cizzorz. Players are encouraged to follow Cizzorz on Twitter and YouTube to learn more about the first Fortnite Creative trial before it goes live on April 29. The other four Creative trials will be designed by other notable Fortnite players as well. More information about these trials will be released in the near future.

All Fortnite players are eligible to compete, as long as they are at least 13 years old. All players also need an Epic Games account that is in good standing, with a minimum account level of 15.

In case you missed it, qualifying rounds for the Fortnite World Cup have already begun. Every weekend, Fortnite qualifying matches can be played, with top players moving on to the next round. There are separate competitions for Solos and Duos players, and each week’s qualifying matches alternate between the two. Both the Solos and Duos Fortnite World Cup tournaments will conclude at the big Fortnite World Cup tournament in New York City this June.

So what do you think? Are you excited to compete in the Fortnite Creative trials for a chance at the $3 million prize pool? Do you think you’ll jump to Fortnite Creative for the Fortnite World Cup, or stick to Battle Royale? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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