The Fortnite PlayStation Cup is an exciting opportunity for competitive players on PS4 and PS5 to show their skills and earn some prize money, and we have the dates, prizing, rules, and format of the Fortnite PlayStation Cup covered for you.
Competitive Fortnite has become very popular following the release of the game’s Battle Royale game mode, with Epic Games providing various competitions for players to compete in and earn prize money.
The newest competition from Epic Games will be the PlayStation Cup which will see players on PS4 and PS5 show what they got and compete to be the best in the world.
With this in mind, here is everything you need to know about the PlayStation Cup.
Table of Contents
- Fortnite PlayStation Cup dates
- Fortnite PlayStation Cup prizing
- Fortnite PlayStation Cup Format
- Fortnite PlayStation Cup Rules
Fortnite PlayStation Cup dates
The first PlayStation Cup will be taking place on October 2, 2021. There will be another PlayStation Cup in November, and we will update this page with the official date for this event when Epic Games reveals it.
Fortnite PlayStation Cup prizing
You can find the official breakdown of the $113,400 prize pool for the competition below:
EU, NAE, NAW, AND BRAZIL PRIZING
- 1st $1,200
- 2nd $1,100
- 3rd $1,000
- 4th $800
- 5th $725
- 6th $600
- 7th $550
- 8th $500
- 9th $450
- 10th – 25th $400
- 26th – 50th $300
- 51st – 64th $200
OCE, ME, AND ASIA* PRIZING
- 1st $650
- 2nd $600
- 3rd $550
- 4th $500
- 5th $450
- 6th $400
- 7th $350
- 8th – 9th $300
- 10th – 20th $200
The format of the PlayStation Cup will be a solo competition that will consist of two rounds of action.
Round 1 will be an open competition where eligible players will have 3 hours to play at most 10 games to earn as many points as they can. The top 100 players from each region in Round 1 will advance to Round 2.
This second round will consist of 6 matches, with the top-performing players earning a share of the PlayStation Cup prize pool. Points will be accumulated based on eliminations and placement.
You can find the point system for the Fortnite PlayStation Cup below:
- Victory Royale: 30 points
- 2nd: 25 points
- 3rd: 22 points
- 4th: 20 points
- 5th: 19 points
- 6th: 17 points
- 7th: 16 points
- 8th: 15 points
- 9th: 14 points
- 10th: 13 points
- 11th – 15th: 11 points
- 16th – 20th: 9 points
- 21st – 25th: 7 points
- 26th – 30th: 5 points
- 31st – 35th: 4 points
- 36th – 40th: 3 points
- 41st – 50th: 2 points
- 51st – 75th: 1 point
- Each Elimination: 1 point*
- *Round 2 Eliminations are worth 2 points.
All of the official rules for the Fortnite PlayStation Cup can be found on the Epic Games website.
There is no doubt that the PlayStation Cup will deliver plenty of adrenaline-fueled and entertaining moments in what will be the latest chapter in the competitive history of the popular game.
For more Fortnite, check out all of the NPC locations in Season 8, and stay tuned for future news and guides.
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