Fortnite Tournaments Statistics in July 2018

Fortnite is the most popular Battle Royale in the world from Epic Games. In 2017 Fortnite was mostly known as PvE game, but the hype around PUBG forced the developers to make a huge turn around. It was a risk, but it paid off lately. The most popular Fortnite streamer Ninja had hundreds of thousands of viewers. His biggest record is the collaboration with famous rap-singer Drake — Ninja had 667.000 viewers on his personal channel at the peak.

Epic Games made a huge announce that the company are going to contribute $100.000.000 into tournaments prize pools of the first esports competitive Fortnite season. It automatically transformed Fortnite into the huge esports discipline.

Fortnite Tournaments in July 2018

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Logo Title Prize poolPeak viewersHours watched Event date
Fortnite Summer Skirmish Week 3 Prize pool $1 000 000 Peak viewers 493.39K
w/o CN: 493.39K
Hours watched 3.24M
w/o CN: 3.24M
27.07.18 - 28.07.18
Duration: 13 hours
Fortnite Summer Skirmish Week 2 Prize pool $1 000 000 Peak viewers 810.27K
w/o CN: 810.27K
Hours watched 5.20M
w/o CN: 5.20M
20.07.18 - 21.07.18
Duration: 12 hours
Fortnite Summer Skirmish Week 1 Prize pool $250 000 Peak viewers 758.02K
w/o CN: 758.02K
Hours watched 1.61M
w/o CN: 1.61M
14.07.18 - 15.07.18
Duration: 3 hours

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