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Epic Games has announced a new FNCS structure for 2023, including a total $10M prize pool and LAN Finals in Denmark!

Fortnite finally has a multi-season roadmap for competitive. And we already know all the important dates for the year.

FNCS Duos is back for 2023 with a brand-new “Major” format. Top teams from the 3 online Majors, plus a quicker Last Chance Major, will earn a place at the Fortnite Champion Series Global Championship in Copenhagen, Denmark.

FNCS 2023 Schedule

FNCS Major 1

Weekly Competition

  • February 2-5

  • February 9-12

  • February 16-19

FNCS Major 1 Surge Week

  • February 24-26

FNCS Major 1 Grand Finals

  • March 3-5

FNCS Major 2

Weekly Competition

  • April 13-16

  • April 20-23

  • April 27-30

FNCS Major 2 Surge Week

  • May 5-7

FNCS Major 2 Grand Finals

  • May 12-14

FNCS Major 3

Weekly Competition

  • July 20-23

  • July 27-30

  • August 3-6

FNCS Major 3 Surge Week

  • August 11-13

FNCS Major 3 Grand Finals

  • August 18-20

FNCS Last Chance Major

  • August 24-27

FNCS Global Championship 2023

  • Late 2023

FNCS prize pool for 2023

  • FNCS Major 1: $2 Million

  • FNCS Major 2: $2 Million

  • FNCS Major 3: $2 Million

  • FNCS Global Championship 2023: $4 Million

FNCS Fortnite LAN

FNCS Global Championship 2023 in Denmark

Following the success of last year’s FNCS Invitational in North Carolina, Epic will be hosting another huge in-person tournament to conclude the year’s competition.

The best players from each region will head to Copenhagen, Denmark to battle it out across 3 days of Fortnite with an exciting new Finals format. With $4,000,000 up for grabs, this is the biggest event we’ve had since the World Cup!

The date for the FNCS Global Championship hasn’t been confirmed yet, but it will be in the last few months of 2023. Epic says it will share more information soon, plus details on how you can get tickets to watch.

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For a complete breakdown of the new Major and Finals format, read Epic’s ROADMAP TO THE FORTNITE CHAMPION SERIES GLOBAL CHAMPIONSHIP 2023 blog post.

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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