How Many Weeks is a FNCS Squad?

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Epic Games has released the Fortnite Chapter 2 Champion Series (FNCS). This season focuses on squads as the main competitive game mode and it is going to span over six weeks. You have to know that each week takes place over three different rounds, with the first beginning on November 1st. In addition, there will be weekly Cash Cups and platform specific tournaments.

Apparently, Fortnite is providing lots of opportunities for the players to get cash prizes, with the prize pool totaling $5 million. These competitions is going to span all over the world and are open to all players over the age of 13. Now, we are going to share some information related Fortnite Champion Series squads.

To enter, firstly the players have to grind through Arena and reach 6,500 Hype Points to achieve Champion League status. Both of Arena’s game modes, Solo and Squads are going to feed into this Hype Point score. When they reach the Champion League, the players are going to be eligible to participate in the Fortnite Chapter 2 Champion Series (FNCS). For your information, the Fortnite Chapter 2 Champion Series (FNCS) begin on November 1st and end on December 8th. In this time, the tournament will only have 4 qualifying weeks. Each consist of three rounds and some teams qualifying for the Season Finals.

For the Season 10 Champion Series, the first day included two rounds, and the second day determined which teams qualified for the Finals. Just like last season’s, the tournament is going to run separately in each region. The Fortnite Chapter 2 Champion Series (FNCS) should function similarly.


  • Week 1: November 1 – November 3
  • Week 2: November 8 – November 10
  • Week 3: November 15 – November 17
  • Week 4: November 22 – November 24
  • Finals: December 6 – December 8

Another change in this season’s FNCS is that more teams qualify each week. We get information that it would be more than the top 8 teams per week. While the Series Leaderboard still keep important. The players are able to still qualify depend on consistency, though less than last season. Fortnite must release more details in the next week’s competitive post.


On October 26th, Fortnite would host a warmup tournament. This would allow the players and the developer to test everything out before intense gameplay begins. For your information, the tournament will have no cash prizes. But, like the FNCS, the warmup would be divided by region. Before the real competition begins, you as the player and the teams could use the tournament to practice the gameplans.


This is something that lots of players have wished for. Until now, there has only been one platform-specific tournament that was hosted for the players on Xbox One. You are able to look for more information about the potential computer, console, or mobile tournaments. And then stay tuned to this site for the Fortnite news and updates.

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