Fortnite Champion Series finals results, prize pool and more from FNCS

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After four intense weeks of competitions, the Fortnite Champion Series (FNCS) is finally headed to the Chapter 2, Season 1 Finals.

Hundreds of players from North America East, North America West, Europe, Brazil, Asia, Oceania and the Middle East have qualified. In this post, we'll be mostly focused on the North American regions. Some of your favorite streamers such as Ninja, Tfue and the World Cup winner Bugha have all qualified with their squads.

The FNCS will take place over three days with four Heat sessions leading into the Grand Finals. We'll explain the process in more detail below.

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MORE: Every squad playing in the NA East region of the FNCS

Fortnite Champion Series schedule

NA East

  • Friday, Dec. 6: 7-10 p.m. ET, Squads, Heat 1

  • Saturday, Dec. 7: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. ET, Squads, Heat 2

  • Saturday, Dec. 7: 3-6 p.m. ET, Squads, Heat 3

  • Saturday, Dec. 7: 7-10 p.m. ET, Squads Heat 4

  • Sunday, Dec. 8: 3-6 p.m. ET, Grand Finals

NA West

  • Friday, Dec. 6: 7-10 p.m. PT, Squads, Heat 1

  • Saturday, Dec. 7: 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. PT, Squads, Heat 2

  • Saturday, Dec. 7: 3-6 p.m. PT, Squads, Heat 3

  • Saturday, Dec. 7: 7-10 p.m. PT, Squads Heat 4

  • Sunday, Dec. 8: 3-6 p.m. PT, Grand Finals

(PT is three hours three hours behind ET)

The official rulebook for this event says the first match will start 15 minutes after the session window begins. Each Heat will then last for about three hours with a new match starting every 30 minutes. There will be a maximum of six matches played within the three hour Heat.

For Europe, NAE, NAW and BR there will be six teams that advance in each Heat, leading to a total of 24 teams for the Grand Finals. For Asia, OCE and Middle East, 12 teams will advance, but those regions only have two Heat sessions.

FNCS results: NA East

Player 1

Player 2

Player 3

Player 4

UnknownxArmy1x

Vanguard KEZ

Stable Ronaldo

Avery ψ

TSM_Zexrow

Vanguard Calc

TSM_Vincenzo1x

TSM.MackWood

FaZe Megga.

Ghost Bizzle

Rogue Eclipsae

FaZe Dubs -α-

BBG Nittle.

Mikeу.

BBG Posick

BBG Smqcked

TSM_Comadon

NRG Zayt

SEN HighSky

Ghost Saf -α-

Khanada TOXIC

clkzy

LQD FBR

Tfue

Nate Hill

Ninja

FaZe Funk

Reverse2k

Jacobaqi

Tossily

parallel gage

coL Punisher

ando ll

jermу

steanzz

EvadeCoop

RBK عرب

OT Inspyre

Use Code Cazz

E11 Agholor

FaZe Bini

FaZe Diggy

nanоlite

Shaedess -w-

ℓzя кяεσ

SEN Zyfа

TSM Cloud -α-

KeysFN

TS Osp

Outcast Furious

Jerids

Vexzcy

A1 Eeasu

Asуlum

zJon_

snakey pooo

Tempo CizLucky

Liquid 72HRS

LiquidChap

Liquid Vivid

Htag

potgxd

n3moxd笨蛋

Mercyfps.

Hajie.

Ace1xx

Ρroblеm

YT.Zimeo

Clix is santa

blakeps.

LZR Crimz

MSF Spades -w-

KnіghtFN

BH Perplexii

HazThaGreat

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Jаmper

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lilteejαy

VYХ.

Ghost THWIᖴO

SEN Bughа

RS clarityG

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AdonisFN

Spud Lite

Saiyan Trunkѕ

Tezza -w-

roqz

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Gandhi dabdabdab

Strоbе

Nine Brees

Gоosh

777 STATSYǃ

You can check out the rest of the regions on Fortnite Tracker.

FNCS prize pool

The Chapter 2, Season 1 Prize Pool totals $5 million. There were already some smaller prizes given out during the qualification process. The Prize Pool is also split up into the seven different regions, with Europe receiving the highest overall cash payout, followed by NA East, NA West, Brazil, Asia, OCE and Middle East.

NA East prize pool

Rank

Prize

1st

$187,500

2nd

$75,000

3rd

$60,000

4th

$45,000

5th

$37,500

6th

$30,000

7th

$22,500

8th

$15,000

9th

$12,000

10th-24th

$6,000

25th-100th

$2,300

NA West prize pool

Rank

Prize

1st

$75,000

2nd

$30,000

3rd

$24,000

4th

$18,000

5th

$15,000

6th

$12,000

7th

$9,000

8th

$6,000

9th

$4,800

10th-24th

$2,400

25th-100th

$900

FNCS rules, scoring and more

Based on previous qualifications, the top 100 teams from NAE, NAW, EU and BR will be competing in the four Heat sessions (the top 50 teams from OCE, Asia and ME will also be competing). The 100 teams are split into four groups of 25, and of those 25 squads will compete in the four Heat sessions. Of those teams, only the top 24 from each region will advance on to compete in the Grand Finals with six team advancing with each Heat.

In order to advance, you must be the highest-scoring squad from each Heat. The match scoring system will look familiar to those who have watched competitive in the past, but we'll list it here as a reminder.

  • Victory Royale: 15 Points

  • 2nd: 12 Points

  • 3rd - 4th: 9 Points

  • 5th - 6th: 6 Points

  • 7th - 8th: 3 Points

  • Each Elimination: 1 Point

FNCS live stream

Epic Games has been really good about streaming competitive Fortnite events in the past, but the publisher is taking a backseat this time. According to Fortnite Tracker, Epic will not be streaming the Finals of the FNCS this weekend. Instead, the game is encouraging people who qualified for the event to stream on their own.

But if you want to watch a similar presentation, Practice Server will be live streaming the event on its own.

Practice Server won't be live streaming the entire event, just the NAE, NAW and EU regions.

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