We are fastly approaching another wave of competitive Fortnite, with the Trio FNCS beginning this weekend.
Players all over the world are going to be watching or playing the next few weeks for their chance at the top prize.
Here are some of the best ways to watch, along with the start times in each region!
Chapter 2 Season 4's wave of FNCS will be kicking off this weekend, and Epic has confirmed the dates for all qualifiers.
- FNCS Week 1: October 9 - October 11
- FNCS Week 2: October 16 - October 18
- FNCS Week 3: October 23 - October 25
- FNCS Finals: October 29 - November 1
So, the entire month of October will have competitive Fortnite every weekend!
Since the events are kicking off this weekend, you better make sure to hop in-game and check the official start time for your region!
As well, the official Epic Games broadcast will be kicking off at the following times:
- 1:00pm - Broadcast begins
- 1:15pm - Live EU coverage
- 5:15pm - Live NAE coverage
- 8:30pm - Approximate end
All of the above times are in EST, so be sure to tune in if you do not have a preferred streamer to watch!
One of the best aspects about Fortnite is the sheer amount of streamers there will be throughout the day.
There are some high profile ones in each region such as Chap and Bugha, but there are also viewing parties which have all the streams in one collective place.
The best place for these viewing parties for all regions are:
As well, here are some notable streamers that will more than likely be live over the course of the weekend:
We will keep you updated after week one with more streamers!