FNCS will be viewed by millions worldwide this August, and with multiple regions and heats going on; it can be tricky to figure out who's playing when.
Streamers To Watch
Here are a list of Twitch channels that are more than likely going to have Twitch Drops enabled this weekend!
Epic Games has officially released the Chapter 2 Season 3 Broadcast Schedule & Twitch Drops.
The Fornite Champion Series (FNCS) broadcasts return on Saturday, 1 August 2020 at 1pm ET / 6pm BST.
The FNCS broadcasts will feature live coverage of the Qualifiers over two weekends: 1-2 August and 8-9 August, and the Finals airing 14-16 August.
Each day will follow the same schedule (all times ET):
1pm - Broadcast Begins 1:15pm - Live EU coverage 4:30pm - Break5:15pm - Live NA-East coverage 8:30pm - Approximate end
Over the course of the weekend-long event, you will be able to watch any of your favorite streamers and have a chance to earn some free Fortnite rewards!
The following rewards can be earned this weekend.
- Spray and a Skate Deck featuring this season’s FNCS logo.
How To Get Drops
Epic Games posted their official blog post regarding how to earn Twitch Dropsbelow are all the steps they have outlined in order to be eligible for drops:
To link your Epic account and Twitch account, head here.
You’ll see an option to connect your accounts. Clicking that will ask you to log into Twitch, after which you’re all set."
When your account is linked, you will be able to tell you are watching a drops-enabled channel when you see this notification.