Fortnite Grand Royale Cup 2021: Participating Region, Prize pool and Schedule: Epic has released some fresh information on Fortnite Grand Royale 2021. The FNCS 2021 season is over, but the Grand Royale offers a final chance for competitive players to pit themselves against one another.
This year, a large prize pool is on the line, and competitors will face a fresh structure. Fans will also not be left out in the cold, owing to a new Community Cup in which anyone can compete.
11-13 November: Middle East Grand Royale Qualifiers
12-14 November: All other regions’ Grand Royale Qualifiers
16 November: NA West, NA East, and Brazil regions’ Grand Royale Community Cup
17 November: Asia, Middle East, Oceania, and Europe regions’ Grand Royale Community Cup
19 November: Hype Hour Show – Broadcast on our English channels
19-20 November: Middle East Grand Royale Finals
20-21 November: All other regions’ Grand Royale Finals
You can watch Fortnite Grand Royale live on either the Twitch or YouTube channels for the game. If you live outside of North America or the European Union, simply go to the Fortnite channel for your region.
If you want to hold your own stream party for the event, go visit watch.fortnite.com, which will allow you to stream a clean feed without DMCA takedowns and without any host comments.
In this Trios competition, teams will compete in ten matches over the period of three hours in order to earn the most points possible. The top-performing teams in each region will receive the Victor Elite Outfit and matching Victory Crest Back Bling. The official rules for the Grand Royale Community Cup contain all of the pertinent information. All members of a Trio must have 2FA enabled and have reached level 30 on their Epic account.