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Grab some friends and ready up for the Pgod Cup in Fortnite!

Dignitas Fortnite star Piero “Pgod” Ramirez has his own tournament coming to Fortnite. The Pgod Trios Cup takes place on August 11 and boasts a $10,000 total prize pool.

Additionally, to celebrate the upcoming Chapter 3 Season 3 FNCS Finals, Pgod will soon have a special FNCS Locker Bundle available in the Item Shop.

You can check the exact time for your region’s Pgod Cup via our Events page.

Pgod Cup Format

This is a Trios event occurring across two rounds. Teams will have three hours to complete a maximum of ten matches – only the top 33 Trios in each region progress to Round 2.

Round 2 is a set lobby final, with six matches in total.

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

Scoring System

Victory Royale: 25 Points
2nd: 20 Points
3rd: 18 Points
4th: 16 Points
5th: 14 Points
6th: 12 Points
7th: 11 Points
8th: 10 Points
9th: 9 Points
10th: 8 Points
11th: 7 Points
12th: 6 Points
13th: 5 Points
14th: 4 Points
15th: 3 Points
16th: 2 Points
17th: 1 Point

Each Elimination: 1 Point

Track your progress in the tournament using our Pgod Cup live leaderboards.

Prize Pool

Here’s where you’ll need to place in Round 2 to earn money:


1st: $900

2nd - 4th: $600

NA East

1st: $750

2nd – 4th: $600

NA West

1st: $600

2nd: $600


1st: $600

2nd: $600


1st: $600

2nd: $600

Middle East

1st: $600


1st: $600

There is no minimum Arena rank requirement to take part in the Pgod Cup. However, your account level needs to be 50 or above (check this on the Career tab in-game). You must also have Two-Factor Authentication enabled.

Read the full Fortnite Pgod Cup official rules here.

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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