Fortnite Champion Series Finals Standings

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Fortnite Champion Series Season X is coming to a close after five weeks of qualifiers. We get information that this global event offers a surprising $10 million prize pool. So, we want to ensure that you do not miss a single second of the action. In this article, we are going to share some information related  Fortnite Champion Series Season X including a schedule of key dates and times, and the latest standings.

By the way, when do the Fortnite Champion Series Finals start? The Fortnite Champion Series Finals start from September 20 at 2 p.m. EDT through September 22 at 10:30 p.m. EDT. Here is a full breakdown of the schedule:


September 20: Heat 1 for all regions, Plus Heat 2 for the Middle East

  • 2 p.m. EDT through 10:30 p.m. EDT
  • NA East/West Heats: 7 p.m. through 10 p.m. local time

September 21: Heats 2-4 all Regions, Middle East Grand Finals

  • 11 a.m. EDT through 6:30 p.m. EDT

September 22: Grand Finals All Remaining Regions

  • 11 a.m. EDT through 10:30 p.m. EDT
  • NA East Finals: 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. EDT
  • NA West Finals: 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. EDT

How do you can watch and stream the Fortnite Champion Series finals? The Fortnite Champion Series Finals is going to be streaming live on YouTube, Twitch, and Fortnite’s official website. The individual streams may be hosting their own matches as well. We have embedded the Twitch stream for your convenience, but YouTube may perform better on low-end hardware.

FORTNITE CHAMPION SERIES FINALS STANDINGS AND RULES

You have to know that the Fortnite Champion Series Finals follow the basic competitive Fortnite structure with addition of the Heats. During Heats, the players have to complete six matches over a three-hour time span. For the teams who miss a match are going to receive a score of zero for that match. The points are tallied as follows:

  • Victory Royale: 15 Points
  • Second: 12 Points
  • Third/Fourth: Nine Points
  • Fifth-Eighth: Six Points
  • Ninth-12th: Three Points
  • Eliminations: One Point Each

Here is a general breakdown of the prizing per region.

NA East

  • First: $300,000
  • Second: $135,000
  • Third: $90,000
  • Fourth: $33,000
  • Fifth-Eighth: $12,000
  • Ninth-32nd: $6,000
  • 33rd-132nd: $3,000

NA West

  • First: $120,000
  • Second: $54,000
  • Third: $36,000
  • Fourth: $13,200
  • Fifth-Eighth: $4,800
  • Ninth-32nd: $2,400
  • 33rd-132nd: $1,200

Brazil

  • First: $120,000
  • Second: $54,000
  • Third: $36,000
  • Fourth: $13,200
  • Fifth-Eighth: $4,800
  • Ninth-32nd: $2,400
  • 33rd-132nd: $1,200

Asia

  • First: $60,000
  • Second: $27,000
  • Third: $18,000
  • Fourth: $6,600
  • Fifth-Eighth: $2,400
  • Ninth-32nd: $1,200
  • 33rd-132nd: $600

OCE

  • First: $60,000
  • Second: $27,000
  • Third: $18,000
  • Fourth: $6,600
  • Fifth-Eighth: $2,400
  • Ninth-32nd: $1,200
  • 33rd-132nd: $600

Middle East

  • First: $60,000
  • Second: $27,000
  • Third: $18,000
  • Fourth: $6,600
  • Fifth-Eighth: $2,400
  • Ninth-32nd: $1,200
  • 33rd-132nd: $600

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