The next wave of competitive Fortnite is about to kick off.
Trios have been practising for weeks and now qualifiers are about to kick off.
Here's what you need to know.
Announced during the send of the FNCS Invitational back in May, we know Chapter 2 Season 4's FNCS will be Trios.
THREE'S A PAIR - Trios was regarded as the best game mode.
FNCS typically lasts for around a month, during this month of action players across the world compete in multiple weeks of action.
After the qualifying stages are held during the four-five weekends, the grand finals are held over a concluding weekend.
TRIO'S - Will we will the formation of similar trios as we have before?
Below is a list of the start dates for this seasons FNCS:
- 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
We do not have any idea of what the prize pool is going to be for a trios FNCS; during the duo portion, we saw some nice prize pool among the top regions.
Epic has listed the prize pools for each region on the official ruleset, this can be found here.
Europe has the highest prize pool, with the FNCS Champions racking in $111,000.
While NAE comes in at second with $66,000.
Since the conclusion of duo FNCS, we have already seen some teams form trios in anticipation of the next tournament.
SAVAGE - Will we see Savage come out on top in Europe?
Check out some of the trios that have already been playing in the Daily Cups and have been confirmed for FNCS!
- Bugha, Avery and Jamper
- Vivid, Co1azo and RoLLer
- Clix, Bizzle and illest
- Cizlucky, LazarP and Owl
- Scoped, Highsky and Tuxey
- Chap, Coop and Skqttles
- Riversan, Dubs and Megga
- Zayt, Saf and Stretch
- Benjyfishy, Savage and LeTsHe
- Mongraal, mitr0 and Tayson
- Noahreyli, aqua and rezon
- Refsgaard, keJseR and Skram
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