The weekly Fortnite World Cup events continue to roll on as Week 6 started on Saturday, May 18th. The Finals for the latest Duo event are as heated as they get!

Each week of competitive Fortnite brings a new round of Semi-Finals and Finals for Solos or Duos action in Fortnite. These are the qualifiers which decide who will head to New York City to play in the World Cup Finals.

While the road as not been without its mishaps, the Fortnite World continues to draw in millions of viewers. Week 6 Finals of the competition will feature some of the toughest competition to date.

How to watch the Week 6 Finals

The Finals for the Week 6 Duos event will be broadcast by many of the players who are playing in the event. These include Tfue, Ninja, and others with massive followings.

For the official viewing experience however, you will want to head to Fortnite’s own Twitch channel. We’ve taken the liberty of embedding the stream for you below, you can click the title of the stream if you want to be taken to the Twitch website.

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The official stream uses player streams for its content and features a casting crew for the matches.

The stream goes live at 1PM EST on Sunday, May 19th for the Finals of Week 6. The Finals window for each region starts at the region’s respective time at 4PM ie. NA EAST begins their Finals at 4PM EST.


For Fornite World Cup Duos events, players earn points depending on their eliminations and placements in the events.

Each team has a 3-hour window to play 10 games (which is often not enough time). After the 10 games or the time window is up for the corresponding region, players can no longer queue up.

The points formatting for the Duos events is as follows:

Scoring System

  • Victory Royale: 10 Points
  • 2nd – 5th: 7 Points
  • 6th – 10th: 5 Points
  • 11th – 15th: 3 Points
  • Elimination: 1 Point


Week 6 of Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers

The highest ranked duos from each region will have a chance to travel to New York City for the Fortnite World Cup Finals.

At this event, they will be able to compete for a piece of the $30 million dollar prize pool.

For Week 6, here’s how many teams from each region will be able to make it to the World Cup Finals:

  • Europe: 4
  • NA East: 3
  • NA West: 1
  • Asia: 1
  • Brazil: 1
  • Oceania: 1

We will be updating our hub on who has qualified for the Fortnite World Cup throughout each weekend of the Online Opens! Be sure to check out the article to see who qualifies from Week 6!

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