December 04, 2020: Details of the next PlayVs Collegiate and Bhangra Boogie tournaments have been revealed, as well as the next Dreamhack Online Open Heats.
Fortnite tournaments don’t come around too often, but when they do, they normally have a desirable prize pool. If you are a fan of free items or V-bucks – and let’s be honest, who isn’t? – then you better have a good excuse to not participate in these tournaments. In fact, it’s never a waste of time, as you even get a prize for participation.
While playing the odd tournament is good fun, trying to compete in every one of them is easier said than done. Sure, you could just sign up for every tournament and hope for the best, only to find out that the event is region-locked, or that the prize pool is disappointing. But that’s where we come in. We want to make your life as easy as possible by providing a list of the Fortnite tournaments to help you to pick and choose the events that most appeal to you. There is nothing worse than winning a tournament not worth winning.
So if you want to stay up to date with everything Fortnite, including a regularly updated list of tournaments, we’ve got you covered! For more fantastic Fortnite content, check out our Fortnite item shop guide, our Fortnite v Apple timeline, or get the latest Fortnite patch notes.
Upcoming Fortnite tournaments
These are all the Fortnite tournaments that are coming soon that have been announced:
If you are a US Collegiate that is registered to play through PlayVs, this weekly tournament series is next happening on December 5 at 16:50 EST or 13:50 PST.
To celebrate the OnePlus 8T, there is an Android exclusive tournament happening on December 6, 2020 at 18:00 GMT. Prizes include the Bhangra Boogie Emote and Spray, as well as the Click Pow Get Down Lobby track that features Raftaar. Full details on the tournament can be found here.
The next Dreamhack Online tournament begins in December 19 at 13:00 GMT and 17:00 GMT. The top 250 players across both sessions will continue onto the semi finals on December 20 at 13:00 GMT and then if they get through to the finals, those will occur at 17:00 GMT on December 20.
Wild Wednesday introduces something different to the Fortnite competitive scene. This event features a different LTM mode to play each week, except it involves some of the best Fortnite players around. To qualify for Wild Wednesday, you’ll need to reach Open League, Division 2 in Arena to unlock this event. Check out official rules to see more details on the event’s format.
The Community Battle Bootcamp is a tournament where you’re given a series of challenges to complete in-game. If you manage to complete all the challenges, you will unlock the final challenge where your total points will be used to determine your finishing position.
To register for the Fortnite Community Battles Bootcamp, you will need to sign up on the official tournament website. After you register, be sure to turn on the Career Leaderboard setting in Fortnite, for your score and progression to be tracked. Without this setting, it is unlikely that the challenges you complete will be counted.
Fortnite Community Battles Bootcamp rewards
Once you have completed the daily challenges, you will be eligible to compete in the final challenge. The top competitors in the final challenge will be awarded a sum of V-bucks, depending on how well they performed.
- First place: 2,500 V-bucks
- Second: 2,250 V-bucks
- Third: 2,000 V-bucks
- Fourth: 1,750 V-bucks
- Fifth: 1,500 V-bucks
- Sixth: 1,250 V-bucks
- Seventh – 25: 1,000 V-bucks
- 26 – 100: 800 V-bucks
- 101 – 500: 500 V-bucks
- 501 – 5,000: 300 V-bucks
- 5,001 – 10,000: 250 V-bucks
- 10,001 – 20,000: 200 V-bucks
- Reaching the final challenge will unlock the Kab-llama spray
That’s all the Fortnite tournaments you can compete in, be sure to bookmark this page and check back regularly! If you’ve had your fill of Fortnite but still want to play on iOS, then check out our best games like Fortnite on iOS for some decent alternatives to try.