Fortnite Twitch Rivals Tournament
Another content creator event is about to entertain people from all over the world as Fortnite Twitch Rivals returns. The e-sport Fortnite event has a $450,000 prize pool, so it will be very interesting to see popular Fortnite teams working hard to get their hands on the money.
The new Fortnite Twitch Rivals event was made for the Zero Build more, and what’s great is that the event has the same prize pool for North America, Latin America, and Europe.
What Are the Fortnite Twitch Rivals for Zero Build?
Fortnite recently removed build from the game. They added the Zero Build mode, where players aren’t able to gather the items necessary to build their structures for defense. Instead, they focus on combat more. The mode can be played solo or in duos, trios, or squad modes, depending on preference.
The Twitch Rivals Creator Series with Zero Build is therefore an invitational tournament that features the new mode. Fortnite top teams will do their best to get points in each game and work for the big money prize.
Three separate trio events will take place, respectively one for North America, one for Latin America, and one for Europe. There will be 33 trios from every region playing in 5 matches. Their placements and eliminations will bring them points.
Once the kick-off event is over, a few content creators will also be able to host 5 extra tournaments in April and May. $10,000 in prize money will be given to the winners by each particular creator.
The tournament series will have a Grand Final too, which will have a prize of $100,000.
ortnite Twitch Rivals Dates
The first part of the Twitch Rivals events was fun. The tournaments for Europe and Latin America took place on April 2, whereas the one for North America took place on April 3.
So far, it was a successful event. The focus was on gunplay now, and players had to hide and use natural cover to save themselves. Some players found it much easier to get around now that builds aren’t necessary anymore.
There are a few other upcoming tournaments Fortnite for the Zero Build mode that you may want to keep an eye on, though. Creator tournaments are next. Here is what you can watch:
• Pgod – April 7, 2022
• Alixxa – April 13, 2022
• Sommerset – April 21, 2022
• NickEh20 – April 28, 2022
• Grand Final – May 25, 2022
While the new Zero Build feature has a charm of its own and was praised by some players, it will not stay as a permanent mode. The build mode was what made Fortnite unique and set it apart from other shooter games.
Fortnite just brought its build feature back, though, after it was temporarily removed due to the latest season of the game. Now, people can choose between the two modes. We are bound to see more tournaments now, featuring both amazing modes. It’ll be fun to see new players climbing up in the rankings.