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The Fortnite World Cup events are about to start up and the Finals are expected to be a giant, crowd-drawing event. Epic Games has just unleashed the pre-registration for tickets to the event.

Epic Games has just announced the pre-registration period for tickets to the Fortnite World cup finals. The pre-reg period has now begun and the venue for the event has also been revealed.

The Fortnite World Cup Finals will be Fortnite’s biggest eSports event so far with massive amounts of fans pouring in to watch the best of the best play.

Epic has confirmed the location and venue for the Finals. The Finals will be held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center’s Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, Queens, New York City known for hosting major tennis tournaments.

The Fortnite World Cup Finals will be hosted at UTSA in New York City

Here’s Epic’s official post regarding the pre-registration for the event:

Pre-registration is now available for a chance to purchase tickets to the Fortnite World Cup Finals! To pre-register, visit Fortnite’s Ticketmaster Verified Fan website, enter your information, and when tickets go on-sale you’ll be among the first to be notified. The Ticketmaster Verified Fan program helps us to remove scalpers and bots from the ticketing process to better ensure more Fortnite fans can attend.


The Fortnite World Cup Finals takes place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center’s Arthur Ashe Stadium, in New York City, from July 26-28. All ticketed fans who attend the three day event will receive V-Bucks and a Season 10 Battle Pass (must be present to claim items).


For more details on the Fortnite World Cup, check out the website here.


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You can head to the official pre-reg website immediately to sign-up for a chance to get tickets. The event will be using the Ticketmaster Verified Fan program to ensure that bots do not grab up all of the ticket sales for third party sales.

We highly recommend that you pre-reg as you will be the first to be contacted when the tickets go live for sale. This will help ensure that you get a spot at the event, though it does not guarantee it. The players who do receive ticketing for the event will also receive the Season 10 Battle Pass as a gift from Epic.

The pre-reg period will end on April 14th at 10pm EST/7pm PST. Make sure to register before then for the best chance to get tickets to the Finals of the Fortnite World Cup.

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Fortnite Spider-Man Web-Shooters get huge nerf in competitive

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Fortnite Chapter 3 is off to a hot start thanks to Spider-Man’s Web-Shooters, but the mobility item is getting a huge nerf in competitive.

Spider-Man’s Web-Shooters have been a game-changer in Fortnite Chapter 3, but Epic Games is about to give them a massive nerf next update.

Fortnite Chapter 3 started off hot with Epic Games adding Spider-Man’s Web-shooters shortly after the start of Season 1. The gloved would give players the power to zip across the map insanely fast.

A fresh pair of Web-Shooters comes with 80 shots which is more than enough for most players. As well, if you eliminate a player with Web-Shooter, they will drop fully charged.

A traversal item this powerful is a must-have for competitive players, but it’s getting a serious nerf. Nerfed already in Fortnite v19.20, the Web-Shooters have been hit again.

Web-Shooters get huge competitive nerf

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The Fortnite Web-Shooters were nerfed at the beginning of February as a part of update v19.20. This took the Web-Shooters from 80 uses to 20 in competitive modes.

However, a second nerf lowers the number of times a Web-Shooter can be used even further from 20 to 10. This is a massive nerf as players can only use Web-Shooters for 1/8 of the time they normally could.

However, this nerf only affects competitive players. Web-Shooters in casual lobbies will remain at 80 shots.

Epic Games states the nerf is intended to “encourage players to make more strategic decisions.” While it is still a useful mobility item, players won’t be able to zip across the map as freely as they once could.

The reception this change has garnered is a mix of those in favor and against the nerf. Some players praise the nerf as it will stop players from constantly running from fights.

Those who oppose the change claim competitive is too sweaty without Web-Shooters. Regardless, here’s where you can find web-shooters in Chapter 3.

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Fortnite Announces FNCS Community Cup with Free Outfit to be Earned

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In celebration of the announcement of the Chapter 3 Fortnite Championship Series, Epic Games has announced the new FNCS Community Cup that will give players the chance to earn a brand new Outfit before it arrives in the Item Shop.

The new FNCS Community Cup will allow regular players to enjoy the events of the main Championship series by competing in their own matches on February 28.

This Duos event will have teams compete in 10 matches over a three-hour time window to try and earn the most points possible. Like most Fortnite cups, the top performing teams in each region will earn the ‘FNCS 3:1 Champion’ Outfit and ‘Winner’s Mark’ Back Bling.

The Outfit and Back Bling have have not been leaked but are both expected to be added to the game files in next week’s v19.30 update.

The official rules have yet to be posted by Epic but we’ll keep this updated once they’re released.

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Fortnite Announces Chapter 3 Season 1 FNCS

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Epic Games has officially announced the first Fortnite Champion Series (FNCS) event of 2022. Players will have an opportunity to compete in the Chapter 3 Season 1 FNCS for a share of $3,008,500 beginning February 17.

Chapter 2 Season 1 FNCS will have two Qualifiers, followed by two weeks of competition including Semi-Finals and Finals:

Qualifiers (February 17-18, February 19-20)

For this season’s FNCS, the number of Qualifiers has remained the same as the previous event, however, in the new Duos format the amount of teams that can directly qualify for Finals has been increased. The top eight teams from each Qualifier will advance directly into the FNCS Finals.

Semi-Finals (February 24-27)

Semi-Finals will also work differently to the previous FNCS season. For any session, players will now either need to win a game or be one of the top six most consistent teams to advance to the Finals.

Only the top 50 teams from the Series Point Leaderboard will compete during Season 1 in each region. Session 1 is set to consist of give matches, with 11 teams advancing to the Finals. Session 2 will fill the vacant team spots with the 51st-61st teams on the Series Point Leaderboard. This new 50-team lobby will also run five matches and advance 11 teams to the Finals. Session 3 will fill the new 11 vacant team spots with the 62nd-72nd teams on the Series Point Leaderboard. This new 50-team lobby will compete across six matches and advance 12 total teams to the Finals.

Finals (March 5-6)

The FNCS Finals will be held in a similar format to previous seasons, but with the new Match Point variable. A team can end the competition early by earning 500 total points and 3 Victory Royales. Once a team has met both of these thresholds, it will be declared the FNCS Champions. If no team meets both of these thresholds by the end of 12 games, the Finals will play out exactly how it has the past few seasons. Match Point will be extremely challenging to achieve, and is only reserved for a completely dominant performance for the first iteration.#

Prize Pool per Region

  • EU – $1,362,500
  • NAE – $637,500
  • BR – $418,000
  • NAW – $239,500
  • ASIA – $145,000
  • ME – $114,000
  • OCE – $92,000

For all the details on the Chapter 3 Season 1 FNCS competition, read the Official Rules.

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