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All participants in the final will be guaranteed 50,000 dollars, while the " Solo" mode champion will receive 3 million dollars. Whether you celebrate with us in-person or tune in online to catch all of the action, the Fortnite World Cup will have something for everyone!

The details of the first Fortnite World Cup have been announced by developer Epic Games. Eligible Fortnite players will vie for $1 million each week. For instance, there are World Cup qualifiers every week between April 13 and June 16; each of those has a prize pool of $1 million. The proof is the latest data shared by Epic Games, which confirm a new record of players simultaneously.

Ten weekly qualifiers for the 2019 Fortnite World Cup will begin on April 13, with 100 solo players and 50 teams of pairs going forward to the US$30 million (RM122.2 million) finals in New York, July 26-28.

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The World Cup will also present the biggest prize money in the export scene: 30 million dollars; even richer than The International by DOTA 2, which reached 25.5 million dollars for last year's world championship.

Not a Battle Royale player? These will feature a variety of different formats "to open up the competitive playing field", according to the company.

Finally, much to the delight of competitive regions across the world, Epic has promised better tournament tools and prizes to select partners.

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