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



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.

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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.

Item Shop

Fortnite v14.20 leaked skins and cosmetic items



A new Fortnite update is winging its way to players on all platforms, and as always, that means dataminers have leaked some of the skins and cosmetic items found in the files of September 23’s 14.20 update.

Fortnite’s latest patch dropped on PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch, bringing with it a brand-new Takeover LTM, and the official arrival of Wolverine, who is now patrolling around Weeping Weeds. Should you defeat him in combat, you can harness the strength of his adamantium claws, as the latest mythical power in the game.

Of course, a new patch means new cosmetics, and dataminers have already been scouring through the patch files to give us a look at what’s coming to the Item Shop over the new couple of weeks. Thanks to @Lucas7yoshi on Twitter for these leaks.

Leaked 14.20 Skins

Fortnite fans will have four new skins to enjoy following this update, with two new superheroes in the form of Hyacinth and Morro, who have come from “forgotten lands” and “long lost worlds” to join the fight on the island.

There’s also a vampire hunter known as Victoria Saint, who comes with two skin styles, and Sagan, who who is wearing a snazzy black and orange outfit.

Fortnite fans have four new skins to enjoy. Credit: Lucas7yoshi

Leaked 14.20 Back Bling

With Rocket League going free to play on the Epic Games Store from September 23, it’s no surprise that there are some cosmetics from the popular game in Fortnite to celebrate the good news, with players able to equip the iconic Octane car as a back bling.

There’s also a special birthday cake to celebrate Fortnite’s third birthday, plus custom back blings for each of the four new skins.

Rocket League arrives as part of the 14.20 cosmetics. Crredit: Lucas7yoshi

Leaked 14.20 Emotes

There are 5 new physical emotes for players to enjoy, including a special birthday one that allows players to celebrate with some cake, while there are also some new dances in anticipation for the BTS event that’s happening in-game.

Rocket League gets an emote and a spray, as does the Fortnite Champion Series for Chapter 2, Season 4.

BTS fans will have some special emotes for their upcoming event. Credit: Lucas7yoshi

Leaked 14.20 Harvesting Tools & Gliders

Only four Harvesting Tools arrive this week, with three of them designed Hyacinth and Morro, including a normal pickaxe, and dual swords in their respective colors. Victoria Saint gets an axe and a stake to use when hunting vampires, and Sagan gets her own pickaxe called Tangerine Terror.

There’s also a solitary glider, which is also for Hyacinth and Morro if you would like to complete the look.

Victoria Saint’s stake will be perfect for hunting vampires. Credit: Lucas7yoshi
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Patch Notes

Fortnite 14.20 patch notes: Wolverine arrives, Takeover LTM

Fortnite’s v14.20 update has arrived, bringing us a new LTM and new hero in Wolverine



Wolverine standing in front of Stark Industries

Season 4’s Marvel theme continues, as the “Earth’s Mightiest Heroes” prepare for the arrival of the evil Galactus, who is determined to alter reality on the island forever. The villain has already dropped drones and Gorgers on the map in preparation for his immenent attack.

Now, another superhero has landed on the map as preparations continue, with Wolverine and his adamantium claws debuting in Fortnite in the Wednesday, September 23 update, along with preparations for the special BTS event.

Wolverine Arrives

Fighting on the island is about to get even more difficult, with the X-Men’s Wolverine landing on the island, and taking control of Weeping Woods in the south of the map.

Like other superhero bosses in the game, Wolverine will drop his mythical Wolverine’s Claw power when he is defeated by players, who can then pick it up and wield the power of ‘Experiment X,’ although fair warning, Epic Games have already said that “he won’t go down without a fight.”

Takeover LTM

Alongside a new hero, there’s also a fresh Limited-Time Mode to jump into, with the Marvel-based Takeover which has you fighting for control of outposts that are scattered across the map.

As always, normal weapons and items will be available to be picked up and looted, but in this mode, everyone will start with a random superpower and will be able to acquire more abilities by keeping an eye out for comets in the sky, that will land on the island and drop new powers.

New Storm Hero Ability

Wolverine wasn’t the only hero added in the v14.20 patch – at least not in the ability department. Storm’s hero ability came into the game in this update.

You may have already experienced Storm’s ability in one of the Marvel LTMs, but it’s quite a bit different in the base game. This one, largely, revolves around dealing fall damage to opponents. In the LTMs, there are numerous ways to avoid fall damage.

It’s still early, but Storm’s mythic ability looks to be one of the most powerful offensive tools in Fortnite Season 4.

Bug Fixes

As always, Epic Games have been hard at work fixing any bugs or glitches that appear in the game, in an attempt to make sure the game runs slowly, and improve quality of life for all players.

The good news is that there are no major glitches afflicting the game at this moment, so the bug fixes in this update are relatively small, but are still a nice inclusion for anyone who has encountered them. You can take a full look at the 14.20 bug fixes taken from Epic’s official Trello board below.

Battle Royale

  • Replays not saving on PlayStation 4.
  • Fishing Spots can disappear on PC with effects set to ‘Low.’
  • Heroes Park and Ghost House don’t count as Discovered Locations after discovering them.
  • Groot Awakening Island missing.
  • Boundless set sticker customization: menu sticker limit.

Creative Mode

  • Grass is not removed when placing objects on the ground.
  • Some players not granted items after first round in some team games.

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Will Fortnite be banned in the US after Tencent investigation?

Epic Games has received a letter from the Committee on Foreign Investment involving their investor, Tencent. What does this mean for Fortnite?



News has been swirling about the potential ban of TikTok in the United States, recently. Banning the biggest app in the world not only has implications for the millions of users but also for other companies that have attracted similar scrutiny from the US government. That ban has recently been put on hold, but it still could be coming later this week.

Namely, the Chinese technology company, Tencent, is under investigation by the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States. Tencent is one of the largest gaming companies in the world and boasts ownership of Riot Games and a 40% stake in Epic Games.

Epic Games

A recent report from Bloomberg stated that Epic and Riot – among other companies – have received letters requesting them to turn over information about their security protocols, including how they handle the personal data of their US-based customers.

Epic Games is an American Company, but Tencent has a large stake in them. Epic may have access to the personal data of their customers, and the US government is concerned about what they’re doing with it. In China, companies and the government aren’t as separated as they are in the US and other countries.

So, what does this mean for Fortnite? Well, it’s too soon to be 100% sure. We’ve seen some outlets waffling over whether or not Fortnite will face a ban, similar to what we’re seeing with TikTok. We’re no experts, but we don’t see this happening.

Tencent has a minority stake in Fortnite. At most, we expect them to be forced to sell their stake in the developer and move on. It might be more tricky with companies like Riot Games, where Tencent owns a controlling stake. Fortnite, however, should be safe.

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