April 20 was the start of the first week of duo play for the Fortnite Online Opens, which rewards top players a chance to compete in New York from July 26-28 at the Fortnite World Cup.
Top duos who were able to reach the Champions division in Fortnite Battle Royale’s Arena mode are qualified to participate in the Online Opens. The top 3,000 duos from April 20 move on to compete in the finals, where the top duos from each region are slotted to perform in the World Cup.
Top Duos from April 20
Thousands of duos from around the world fought for a chance to compete on Sunday, April 21.
Here are the final standings list from April 20’s Fortnite Online Opens play:
Top Duos from April 21
Here are the final standings list from April 21’s Fortnite World Cup Week 2 Finals.
Where can you watch the Week 2 Finals?
As always, you can tune into the official Fortnite Twitch stream that has a casting desk and in-game analysis:
Some streamers who have qualified for the finals, like Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, will have their streams up so fans can pop in to see the action.
What is the format?
Just like April 20’s format, players will be following the same scoring structure:
- Victory Royale: 10 Points
- 2nd-5th: 7 Points
- 6th-15th: 5 Points
- 16th-25th: 3 Points
- Elimination: 1 Point
The top duos from each region will be awarded a spot to the Fortnite World Cup:
- Oceania: 1
- Asia: 1
- Europe: 4
- Brazil: 1
- NA East: 3
- NA West: 1