It looks like we won’t be getting an official Fortnite stream of the Fortnite Champion Series Finals. Here’s how to watch.
It’s becoming clear that Epic is reserving their high-priced productions for the largest Fortnite tournaments. Official coverage of the Fortnite Champion Series has gone by the wayside with Chapter 2. All we’ve seen from Epic is the infrequent highlight via the Fortnite Twitter account.
So, how do you watch the Fortnite Champion Series Finals this weekend? Well, there are a few ways to watch. First, you can watch all of the streamers participating in the event who decide to go live.
There will undoubtedly be several watch parties for the event as well. Popular streamers who didn’t qualify like SypherPK, Ninja, and Nickmercs will likely be streaming the event with their chat.
Do you want a more authentic viewing experience? If so, you’ll want to head on over to the official channel of the NA East Practice Server: www.twitch.tv/PracticeServer. They’ll be hosting the most officially unofficial cast of the FNCS finals with casters MonsterDFace, BallaTW, and more.
Judging by past streams, this cast will be as close as possible to an official Fortnite stream. The casters will be remote, but they’ll have access to the same spectator files as Epic’s official productions from separate events.
Epic has been supporting watch parties and streams of the Fortnite Champion Series Finals, which all but confirms they won’t be planning anything for this one. The Practice Server stream is going to be as official as we’ll get.
The FNCS finals will be hosted this weekend, December 6-8. The schedule is as follows:
- Heat 1: Friday 7 – 10 PM EST
- Heat 2: Saturday 11 AM – 2 PM EST
- Heat 3: Saturday 3 – 6 PM EST
- Heat 4: Saturday 7 – 10 PM EST
- Grand Finals: Sunday 3 – 6 PM EST
You can watch your favorite players compete for the grand prize all weekend. We’ll keep you posted if Practice Server releases any more relevant details about the event.