The Fortnite World Cup Finals are taking place from July 26 to July 28, and we finally have the line-up of who will be hosting and casting the tournament.
The top players from around the world who were able to qualify through ten grueling weeks are now getting ready to compete in the inaugural Fortnite World Cup finals. 100 solo players and 50 duo teams will fight for the slice of the $30 million prize pool.
Epic Games has released the final list of casters and hosts for the event which includes some of the top Fortnite personalities on the internet.
World Cup finals hosts and casters
Even though it was previously announced that Jordan Fisher would be involved in the broadcast, we did not know the entire line-up.
The official Fortnite account tweeted the final list a day before the event is supposed to kick off.
We're excited to announce your casters and hosts for the #FortniteWorldCup Finals!@Jordan_Fisher @CouRageJD @pookieface_ @GoldenboyFTW @ZekimusPrime @xSUND0WN @DrLupo @MonsterDface @KittyPlays @shyowager @Ballatw— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) July 25, 2019
Tune in at 12:30PM ET July 26-28 at https://t.co/3tLbPZL1Vq pic.twitter.com/N7CinMAthi
The World Cup Finals caster and host list are full of personalities that we have become familiar with across the ten weeks of the Fortnite World Cup Online Opens.
The official caster and host list for the Fortnite World Cup Finals are:
- Jordan Fisher
- Jack ‘CourageJD’ Dunlop
- Sarah ‘Pookieface’
- Alex ‘Goldenboy’ Mendez
- Zeke ‘ZekimusPrime’
- Ben ‘DrLupo’ Lupo
- Kristen ‘KittyPlays’ Valnicek
If you are interested in learning more about the event, be sure to also check out our article where we got to see the inside of the venue at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, New York.
Fans can check out official Fortnite streams at around 12:30 PM ET / 9:30 AM PT on Friday, July 26 to check out day one of the Fortnite World Cup Finals.