Epic Games introduces the Fortnite World Cup Creative, a new event that features five different Creative trials, all built by community members.The Fortnite World Cup is now in full swing but Epic Games has introduced another event to appeal to the creative and innovative side of the community called Fortnite World Cup Creative.
This new event will feature five different events, each with a new Creative trial and with all of them being built by members of the Fortnite community. FaZe Clan member Cizzorz, well known in the community for his Deathruns, will be building and judging the first trial.
How to qualify for Fortnite World Cup Creative
The path to the Fortnite World Cup Creative Finals feature the five
different events which run from April 29 to June 7. Each trial
gives players a chance to compete and submit their best clip to
YouTube using a specific Trial-related hashtag that will be given out.
New events are revealed every other week.
For the first trial, players are encouraged to follow Cizzorz and Fortnite on Twitter for more information about the first trial. While we don’t yet know what his challenge will be, it’ll be hard to imagine it being anything other than another Deathrun.
Fifteen participants will be selected to the Finals in total, which equates to three winners for each trial, who will then go to the World Cup Finals in New York City.
How big is the prize pool?
Epic Games put $100,000,000 up for grabs in 2019 for competitive play but they never specified that it would all be going to battle royale competitions.
The Fortnite World Cup Creative prize pool will be $3,000,000 and each finalist will have a chance to win a chunk of that money.