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Prove yourself on an even playing field in the Fortnite PlayStation Cup.

The next PlayStation Cup is almost upon us and we’ve got you covered with all the important details!

As the name suggests, this tournament is only open to players using either a PS4 or PS5 console. It will take place from June 28 through June 30, and boasts a total prize pool of $116,750.

Format

This is a Solo competition with building enabled. The PlayStation Cup occurs across three rounds, starting with a 3-hour open session in which players can complete up to 10 matches.

The top 1000 players from each region will advance to Round 2, and only the top 100 in Round 2 will progress to Round 3. Prize money is distributed to the highest-ranking players in Finals.

Learn more about the Fortnite Chapter 3 Season 3 competitive schedule

Scoring

Points are awarded for both eliminations and placement based on the scoring system below:

Victory Royale: 30 points
2nd: 25 points
3rd: 22 points
4th: 20 points
5th: 19 points
6th: 17 points
7th: 16 points
8th: 15 points
9th: 14 points
10th: 13 points
11th - 15th: 11 points
16th - 20th: 9 points
21st - 25th: 7 points
26th - 30th: 5 points
31st - 35th: 4 points
36th - 40th: 3 points
41st - 50th: 2 points
51st - 75th: 1 point

Each Elimination: 1 point (2 points in Finals)

Prize Pool Breakdown

This is how the prize money will be distributed in Europe and NA East. A full breakdown for all regions is available in the PlayStation Cup official rules.

EU

1st - $2,000
2nd - $1,800
3rd - $1,700
4th - $1,600
5th - $1,500
6th - $1,400
7th - $1,300
8th - $1,200
9th - $1,000
10th - $800
11th - 20th - $600
21st - 30th - $500
31st - 50th - $400

NAE

1st - $1,600
2nd - $1,400
3rd - $1,300
4th - $1,200
5th - $1,100
6th - $1,000
7th - $900
8th - $800
9th - $700
10th - $600
11th - 20th - $500
21st - 30th - $400

Additionally, anyone who earns at least 8 points in Round 1 will unlock the new Starmapping Wrap.

There is no minimum Arena requirement for the PlayStation Cup but your account level must be at 50 or higher (You can check this in your Fortnite Career Tab in-game). Plus, ensure that you have Two-Factor Authentication is enabled.

Head over to our Events page to keep track of your performance on the live leaderboards.

Author Bio

James Peskett

James is a freelance Esports writer from the United Kingdom. He has been playing Fortnite since the release of Battle Royale mode and is especially interested in the competitive scene.

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