Season 7 of the official Fortnite game was launched this week. Like any season of the game, the new season has added a huge amount of new material to the game. New weapons, new mechanics, objects, and Pass Battle. To all of this, each of the following seasons in Fortnite promises to keep the former trend of opening a new chapter in Fortnite ESports alive.
The most skilled players are constantly being replaced from season to season based on their results. And we don’t have information regarding all of Fortnite’s planned Season 7 ESports events. However, we do have some information regarding one of the biggest events of the season.
The FORTNITE All-Star Game Show
One of the very first events in the current Fortnite season will be the FNCS All-Stars Showdown. This is the first event that will be recreated under BLAST, which has quite the baggage of CS:GO game experience under their belt. Even so, this is their debut about the game Fortnite. The event is scheduled for the remainder of June. The overall tournament will be divided into standard Fortnite areas. From which it follows that players will be fairly weighted. This is how the format of the event itself is presented:
The preparations for one of the planned tournaments in Fortnite Season 7 will be launched with these very part-hype days. This event will take place starting June 11 and will last exactly two days. In such a period, the developers of the material for Fortnite carry out personal tournaments and trials.
Self-playing game stars
This kind of Fortnite game tournament is open to all people, which cannot be said about the key All-Star event. The first round is open to anyone who wants to compete in the Champions League. And in the second round, only the 1,000 to 2,000 best players from the previous round will be able to try their hand; in the third round, only 350 to 600 people qualify. The fourth round is the key round, and only the best 100 Fortnite gamers will be selected to participate.
Test of Experience and Skills
The Skills Challenge is presented to participants as a bracket competition, where gamers test their personal skills regarding the mechanics within the game. Such an event is extremely different from those that are standard in such Fortnite seasons. Here’s a list of the challenges that will take place at this stage:
- Blueprint Battle – gamers must pick up the key to traversing the course in the shortest amount of time
- Bullseye Bonanza – this is a kind of target for training with a huge scatter of points
- High Tier – players have to erect a building around the perimeter of the map, and the one who turns out to be the edge wins
Playing for Keeps is the follow-up event to the Fortnite All-Star Tournament Season 7. Teams will compete in a game mode where there are no builds at all. This mode involves 3v3. From this, it follows that at this stage we should expect a more generally accepted game mode.
FNCS All-Star Game Championship
Eventually, the big esports tournament of Fortnite season 7 will open on June 26. This is the main Fortnite All-Star Solo Championships tournament. Inside the tournament, the best gamers from the FNCS will compete throughout 6 games. This is a fairly common and ordinary tournament, held in the style of battle royale. Players compete for a spot in the subsequent game and play for survival. And the gamer, who got the maximum number of victories at the end of each of the matches, is rewarded with a bonus, and he gets extra points in the overall score. The best Fortnite player becomes the winner of season 7 of the tournament. This event is usually attended only by first-class players and most of them come from the FNCS so that the game promises to be fun.
TWITCH DROPS for every FORTNITE star
There will be special Twitch Drops open throughout the season. Everyone can win a unique spray, badge, screen, or bling, as long as they have a Twitch tie-in to Epic Games. All the participant has to do is check the official channels that have “Drops Enabled” to get a chance to acquire the free loot.
FORTNITE SEASON 7 ESPORTS
The FNCS All-Star Showdown is just the initial leg of Fortnite esports season 7. Throughout the event, participants and viewers can expect many other innovations from Battle Royale. Nevertheless, FNCS will likely remain the most extensive. This is the most important event of any Fortnite season, and it is by hosting it that the fate of those participants who can tag themselves as the best of the best in the game is decided. However, as the tournament progresses, there will still be an extremely large number of events. Participants can also expect to receive permanent cash prizes and trophies as rewards in such events. At such tournaments, promising players have the opportunity to pick up an extra 1-2 wins and add extra points to their point total. Although even seasoned professionals often participate in such tournaments. The only event on the season calendar today is the UEFA Eurocup, which is directly connected to the game of soccer and provides extra skins.
It is hoped that many more intermediate events will be added throughout the FNCS, which concludes the season. And if you’re interested in betting on the Fortnite game, don’t miss out on the important events and stay tuned as they happen!