As the Fortnite World Cup approaches, we look back at how the qualifiers and how many pro players got to this point through the Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers highlights.
Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers Highlights
Fortnite World Cup is the biggest esports tournament of the year. The prize pool is 30 million dollars, and that’s a number many are not used to seeing. That’s because it’s the biggest prize to be offered at a major esports event. This is an amazing figure. We have watched the Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers week after week and now everything is ready. Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers took a very long time, however, considering how huge the final event will be, it was quite necessary. Fortnite made the selection different from other games. Generally, most of the esports tournaments are based around teams.
However, Fortnite is a single-player game. Therefore Epic Games made a very good choice allowing anyone to compete for the Fortnite World Cup Finals. This is amazing for the game and for the world of esports. Everybody was able to qualify, therefore, we have seen some big names not able to qualify, and wonderful stories come from the qualifiers. This does not mean they are bad players, but Fortnite became a global esports brand that is opened for everyone.
Becoming a global esports brands means that around the world each and every player can compete. Therefore we have seen some names that were not around before. Honestly, if somebody unknown wins the Fortnite World Cup Finals, we will not be surprised. The competition is fierce and the money is also fueling this.
But today we have seen a video released by the Fortnite Official Twitter account. In this video, we are able to see some amazing moments throughout the Qualifiers. Let us check it out.
Everything has led to this moment.
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) July 17, 2019
As you can see there are some amazing players who will compete in the Fortnite World Cup Finals. Also, this being the first World Cup event makes it extra special. Everybody will want their name up there, and even esports teams like 100 Thieves and FaZe Clan have recently signed top pro players to participate in the event, hoping that they can win the 30 million dollar prize.
There are only 8 days away left until the tournament. Good Luck to everyone who will participate.