KEEMSTAR’s Friday Fortnite tournament series is BACK on July 19 with a number of high-profile streamers, celebrities, and content creators.

July 19 marks the sixth installation of the ever-popular Friday Fortnite tournament series hosted by KEEMSTAR and UMG since the event made its return in May of 2019.

Friday Fortnite provides a unique viewing experience compared to other Fortnite tournaments and is an event which allows content creators to compete against one another.

Interested to watch Friday Fortnite? We have everything you need to know about the tournament below!

How can I watch Friday Fortnite on July 19?

Friday Fortnite will begin at its normal time of 1 PM PT | 4 PM ET | 9 PM BST on Friday, July 19.

UMG will be broadcasting Friday Fortnite from their official Twitch channel, which can be found below. However, we will also update this article with streams from participants at the bottom of this story.

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Who is playing in Friday Fortnite this week?

Week six of Friday Fortnite is gearing up to be a great one with the collection of top players, streamers, and celebrities participating.

Ninja FaZe Mongraal, TSM Myth, NICKMERCS, Gotaga, and Dakotaz are just a handful of the major names that will be competing in week six.

NateHill and Funk, both members of FaZe Clan, will be on the hunt to win their second Friday Fortnite tournament in a row after being victorious in week five.

The full Friday Fortnite week six bracket can be viewed below and will receive live updates from UMG throughout the tournament.

What are the Friday Fortnite rules?

Friday Fortnite features 16 duos battling it out in a double-elimination tournament for their share of the grand prize.

Matches are held in public servers compared to Custom Games, with competing teams queueing-up in a Squads lobby together. After two matches, the team which gets the most eliminations will move on to the next round.

Sabotaging your opponents is prohibited in Friday Fortnite, and can result in disqualification from the tournament.

Examples of sabotage include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Breaking or weakening an opponent’s built or non-built structures or cover by any means.
  • Causing opponents to miss shots or miss opportunities for advancing their scores in any way shape or form.
  • Building in front of your opponent.
  • Boogie Bombing your opponent.
  • The use of a boogie bomb on your opponent at any point in the game are subject to disqualification

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