Only the top Fortnite Battle Royale players have qualified for the Fortnite Champion Series Finals from September 20 – 22. Here’s how to tune in and catch all the action.
Riding off of the Fortnite World Cup’s hype, Epic Games are rolling on with the Fortnite Champion Series. Only players who have reached the Champion League in Arena mode are able to participate in the $10 million event.
The Champion Series has focused on Trio play instead of Solos or Duos with top players already teaming up. Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney, Dennis ‘Cloakzy’ Lepore, and Thomas ’72hrs’ Mulligan were one of the leading Trios until they fell apart due to an online argument over a $140,000 brand deal.
With the top players fighting through five weeks of qualifying play, the time has come for Finals weekend.
Fortnite Champions Series Finals Schedule
The Finals will be held across three days from September 20 to September 22.
There will be four total heats across Friday and Saturday, and Sunday is reserved for the Grand Finals.
- Friday, September 20 – Heat One: 7 pm – 10 pm ET
- Saturday, September 21 – Heat Two: 11 am – 2 pm ET
- Saturday, September 21 – Heat Three: 3 pm – 6 pm ET
- Saturday, September 21 – Heat Four: 7 pm – 10 pm ET
- Sunday, September 22 – Grand Finals: 3 pm – 6 pm ET
Fortnite Champion Series Final Broadcast
Unlike the Fortnite World Cup, the Champion Series Final is not taking place in a LAN environment.
While some top players may stream their POV, the official Fortnite channel will be holding a broadcast to commentate the event. We expect there to be official watch parties across Twitch, YouTube, and Mixer from top content creators as well.
Is there a specific Trio you are rooting for this weekend? Do you think the Solo World Cup winner Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf will walk away victorious again?
We will keep you updated all weekend long with the latest updates from the Fortnite Champion Series Final!