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Full Fortnite World Cup Finals information and final results – Saturday, July 27 [UPDATING]

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Professional Fortnite esports’ greatest event, the World Cup Finals, has finally arrived as of July 26.

Competitive Fortnite has been revving up into a full sprint over the last year with the Qualifiers and Skirmishes. As the most exciting finale in gaming history begins, we’ve got all the details you’ll need to follow along.

As if the event’s esports lineup wasn’t enough to bring in every fan of Fortnite, a new Pro-Am event also takes place during the Finals. We’re so excited that we can barely write straight, so let’s get into the Finals schedule, Pro-Am info, how to watch, and more.

Fortnite World Cup Finals Full Schedule

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The Fortnite World Cup Finals arrive July 26!

Epic Games released a comprehensive schedule for the entire Fortnite World Cup Finals event prior to the event. The schedule gives times for stream starts, fan festival openings, arena closings, and more.

Moving onto the Finals schedule, the Finals will be played over three days from July 26 through July 28. The location is the Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York City.

With the event being so massive, you’ll want to pick and choose your favorite events to watch unless you’ve got a lot of free time. The weekend begins with the Creative Finals and Pro-Am.

Fortnite World Cup Schedule

Friday, July 26Complete

Doors open to the on-site Fan Festival at 9:30 AM EST with the Stadium opening at 11:00 AM EST. The Creative Finals & Pro-Am schedule is as follows:

  • Creative Finals – Preshow Begins – 12:30 PM EST
  • Creative Finals – Games Begin – 1:00 PM EST
  • Celebrity Pro-Am – Show Starts – 5:20 PM EST

Once the Pro-Am is done and dusted, the day’s streams will wind down and Epic will prepare for the Duo Finals on Saturday.

Saturday, July 27 – Complete

Epic’s Fan Festival continues at 9:30 AM EST with the Duo Finals beginning three hours later.

  • Duos Finals – Preshow Begins – 12:30 PM EST
  • Duos Finals – Games Begin – 1:00 PM EST
  • Duos Finals – Winners’ Ceremony – 4:45 PM EST

Sunday, July 28

As with Saturday, the Fan Festival opens its doors at 9:30 AM EST with the Solos Finals starting three hours later.

  • Solos Finals – Preshow Begins – 12:30 PM EST
  • Solos Finals – Games Begin – 1:00 PM EST
  • Solos Finals – Winners’ Ceremony – 4:45 PM EST

How to watch the Fortnite World Cups Finals

The event can be streamed via the official Fortnite stream. Epic has also confirmed that players will be able to view multiple player perspectives live through the Fortnite client.

Watch live video from Fortnite on www.twitch.tv

In patch v9.41, Epic also introduced a unique ‘Picture-in-Picture’ streaming option that allows you to play Fortnite and watch the Finals at the same time.

You can also watch the event from Twitter, Facebook, and Youtube.

You’ll even be able to watch “live-replays” of the events through the in-game ‘Compete’ tab. These live-replays essentially allow you to spectate the games as they are going on and control the spectator action yourself!


Teams & Players participating in the Finals

Who’s competing in the Finals?

Two hundred professional Fortnite players will be going head-to-head in the Solos and Duos Finals. The players alone could fill up a decently sized arena when you take in the Pro-Am and Creative Finals competitors.

We’ve compiled lists of all the qualified players and teams in dedicated hubs as the lists can get quite overwhelming. Check them out once you get a chance to see who is competing.

We’ve also made a breakdown of esports organizations which have the most players currently qualified. Some have definitely faired better than the rest with 3 or even 4 players in the competition.

The Pro-Am has its own pool of players and features a mix of pros and celebrities. Epic announced these players in wave prior to the event, similar to the Summer Block Party. The players will compete for shares for charity money.

Finally, the Creative Finals features eight teams of four. Each team has received a unique name and color to designate them during the event. Each team will led by a ‘Captain’ who chose the other three via a series of Trials earlier in the year.


Fortnite World Cup Final Results

Fortnite World Cup Creative Finals Results

Final results for the Fortnite World Cup Creative Finals

Fortnite World Cup Pro-Am Results

Final results for the Fortnite World Cup Pro-AM

Fortnite World Cup Duos Finals Results

Fortnite World Cup Solos Results

TBD – Stream for event starts at 12:30PM EST – July 28


Epic Games obviously wants to hit home with this gigantic event. Top-tier esports, Creative action, and tons of celebrities…what more can you ask for?

We’re sure you can feel this growing enthusiasm. We might also see some announcements about Season 10 and beyond. Be sure to follow along all weekend to stay up-to-date.

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When Fortnite Chapter 3 starts and Chapter 2 Season 8 ends

Here is when Fortnite Season 8 ends and Chapter 2 Season 9 starts. The season is off to a wild start, and it’s only going to get crazier.

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Fortnite Season 8 just started, but it might not be your cup of tea. Here is when Fortnite Season 8 ends and Season 9 starts.

Fortnite Season 7 was out of this world in the most literal sense. But Fortnite Season 8 is even wilder. From a map filled with cubes to mysterious alternate realities, it’s already surpassed Season 7 on the crazy scale.

But that doesn’t mean Season 8 is for everyone. Some players are already asking when Fortnite Season 8 ends and season 9 starts. This article will answer both those questions and more!

Whether you love or hate the new season, you might be wondering when the next one will start.

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When Does Fortnite Season 8 End?

Fortnite Season 8 will end on December 5, 2021. This will allow Fortnite Season 9 to start just in time for the annual Holiday event. However, a recent hotfix removed the v18.50 from the update schedule, so Fortnite Season 8 could end earlier than expected.

Since Fortnite is reaching a climactic point in its overarching storyline, players can expect an end-of-season event. Fortnite Season 7 featured an interactive experience, and a similar event will likely be held at the end of Season 8.

When Does Fortnite Season 9 Start?

There actually won’t be a Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 9. Instead, players can look forward to Chapter 3 starting on December 6, 2021. Keeping with the recent trend, Fortnite Seasons start the day after the current season ends.

Fortnite has made a habit recently of jumping from one season to the next with no breaks in between. However, it is possible that there will be extensive downtime between Fortnite Season 8 and Chapter 3. As was the case for Season X and Chapter 2.

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Is There a Fortnite Season 8 Live Event?

Yes, there will be a Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 8 end event. It will actually be the Chapter 2 Finale. When the event takes place on December 5th, players will join an event playlist titled The End.

The event’s conclusion will likely be followed by an extended period of downtime. This is because dataminers have found an updated Black Hole boot-up screen in Fortnite’s files.

What Season is Fortnite on?

Fortnite is currently in Chapter 2 Season 8. This is the eighth season of the second chapter which started after Chapter 1 Season 10. While most players refer to this season as “Season 8”, it’s technically Season 18.

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As well, the Fortnite Crew Pack is starting a storyline connected to Midas that will span the next three months. This is the same time frame that Fortnite Season 8 will take place. This means the new Fortnite season could be related to another one of Midas’ plans.

We will keep you updated on when Fortnite Season 9 starts. For more Fortnite, check out every Alien Artifact location in Season 7 and stay tuned for more news and guides.

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Fortnite x Naruto Skin: release date, price, and new Mythic Weapon

Naruto is coming to Fortnite soon in the form of a skin and a boss NPC. Check out when the collab is taking place, and what it includes.

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Fans have been begging Fortnite for a Naruto skin collab for the past several months. Thanks to dataminers, we know when Naruto will be coming to Fortnite.

Naruto is one of the most popular anime in existence. Regardless of whether you are a fan of anime, you likely know or have heard of Naruto Uzumaki. And it seems that the Seventh Hokage may be coming to Fortnite.

It only makes sense that one of the most-popular anime would crossover with one of the most popular video games. And it’s a crossover that Fortnite fans have been begging for. But when is the crossover going to take place?

Ever since it was revealed through court documents that Fortnite had been planning a Naruto collab, players have been anticipating his release. Now, it seems that Fortnite is going to release the long-awaited Naruto skins in less than a month.

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Naruto X Fortnite Release Date confirmed

Epic Games has officially announced the Fortnite x Naruto crossover. In a tweet from the official Fortnite Twitter, an image states that Naruto will be coming to The Island on November 16, 2021.

Naruto Skin price list

The Naruto skins have officially been added to Fortnite, and here is how much players will have to spend to buy each one.

  • Naruto Uzumaki – 1,500 V-Bucks
  • Sasuke Uchiha – 1,500 V-Bucks
  • Sakura Haruno – 1,500 V-Bucks
  • Kakashi Hatake – 1,500 V-Bucks

However, you can also purchase bundles to get each skin at a discount:

  • Naruto & Kakashi Bundle – 2,100 V-Bucks
  • Sasuke & Sakura Bundle – 2,200 V-Bucks
  • Shinobi Gear Bundle – 1,500 V-Bucks

There are also pickaxes, gliders, and emotes up for grabs:

  • Kurama Glider – 1,200 V-Bucks
  • Summoning Justsu – 300 V-Bucks
  • Ramen Break – 300 V-Bucks
  • Kunai Pickaxe – 500 V-Bucks
  • Hidan Scythe – 800 V-Bucks
  • Black Ops Sword – 500 V-Bucks

Naruto Cosmetics revealed via promos

While Epic Games hasn’t posted the skins, we now know which Naruto characters are coming to Fortnite and what they look like. Promo images have been leaked showing all four characters in the collab.

These characters include Naruto, Sasuke, Kakashi, and Sakura. Each character also comes with a Back Bling, and there will likely be more purchasable cosmetics in the collab.

Leaker details new Mythic Shuriken and Creative Hub

HYPEX is one of the most popular Fortnite Dataminers, and this is because they are a very credible source of information. Hopefully, that remains true, as HYPEX has tweeted that Naruto will be added on November 16th.

He also claims that Naruto will come with a Hidden Leaf Village Creative Hub. The skins and hub are planned to release on November 16th at 2 PM UTC/ 9 AM ET. We have also seen various Naruto assets leaked by HYPEX.

These assets include a Mythic explosive shuriken, a Naruto boss NPC, and a ramen bowl identical to the one in the show. As well, HYPEX has found two encrypted skins in the files that are believed to be a part of the collab named “HeadbandK” and “HeadbandS”.

As of right now, that’s all we know about the Naruto x Fortnite collab. If what HYPEX says is true, the Naruto skin will be in Fortnite very soon. And when that happens, we will update this story with the price, release date, and Mythic Weapon info.

For more Fortnite, check out how to refund cosmetic items for V-Bucks, and stay tuned for more news and guides.

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Fortnite’s Combat Pistol is a worse version of the now vaulted pistol

The new Combat Pistol is worse than Fortnite’s now vaulted pistol. Here’s why the Combat Pistol is inferior to the OG Pistol.

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The new Combat Pistol in Fortnite Season 8 is a slight downgrade from the original pistol, and players aren’t happy about it.

The pistol has been a staple weapon in Fortnite since Chapter 1 Season 1. The phrase “it’s better than nothing” definitely applies to the Pistol. It’s not very strong, has poor range, and is at the bottom of every tier list.

However, if you and an opponent land at the same spot, a pistol beats not having a weapon. Yet, Fortnite has somehow managed to introduce a weapon that’s worse than the original Pistol.

In fact, Epic Games has crafted a “new” weapon that is seemingly the original pistol but with worse stats. The new Combat Pistol is now in Fortnite, but players aren’t happy with its arrival.

The Combat Pistol is worse than the OG

On November 9th, Epic Games issued a Hotfix that introduced three major changes. The Sideways Rifle was buffed, the Combat Pistol was added, and the OG Pistolw was vaulted.

At first, players were excited to try out the new Combat Pistol. The Combat Assault Rifle was recently added, and it tears through players easily. The Combat Shotgun is a fan favorite weapon that won a recent poll. So why wouldn’t the Combat Pistol be amazing too?

Well, players absolutely hate the new Combat Pistol. Reddit user phr00t_ expressed their opinion of the weapon, and many comments agreed.

The Combat Pistol deals one less damage than the OG Pistol. It has one less bullet in its clip. It has substantially worse recoil than the OG. But it does have a slightly faster reload time and less bullet spread.

However, players do seem to like the sound the Combat Pistol makes. For all of its shortcomings, at least it sounds good when you shoot it. That being said, I’m sure players will continue to drop their pistols for Grey SMGs, and many players may never get around to shooting it.

For more Fortnite, check out how to get the new Icy Grappler Exotic, and stay tuned for more news and guides.

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