Fortnite

Fortnite MLK Event – Bizarre Crossover and Reactions

Fortnite has been known in recent seasons for its many crossovers and interactive events. The Fortnite metaverse has been an…

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Fortnite Bugha Skin Released and Season 7 FNCS Begins

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Fortnite Anime Skins – Are Anime Crossover Skins Coming to Fortnite?

A lot of games today sell skins and cosmetics to give players the opportunity to customize things. However, few do…

2 months ago

Concept Royale Competition – Fun Contest or Exploitation?

Epic Games have this week announced a new style of competition for Fortnite, a Concept Royale. This isn’t an esports…

3 months ago

FNCS All-Star Showdown and Fortnite Season 7 Esports

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3 months ago

What is the Fortnite Player count in 2021?

Fortnite has been a huge success since launching, attracting record player numbers and bringing in a lot of revenue for…

4 months ago

Best Fortnite Players in 2021 – Top 10 Players in the World

Fortnite has gone from strength to strength, 2021 looks to be one of the biggest years yet for the competitive…

4 months ago

Epic v Apple trial shows Fortnite Esports unperformed, but keeps title relevant

The ongoing Epic Games v Apple trial has led to a number of internal documents becoming public. Among them are…

4 months ago

Fortnite Season 6 Competitive – FNCS and rough start to the season

The latest Season of Fortnite has been in-game for a little while, but the competitive side of the game is…

5 months ago

Tfue launches personal NFT collection featuring unique videos and artwork

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Fortnite is a game is near constant flux. It can be difficult to keep up to date on all of the Fortnite news, Twitter doesn’t exactly cover the details of each event. One day the game is holding a $30,000,000 tournament, and the next pros are abandoning it for Uno in a protest against a new item. Following Fortnite news is rarely dull, but it can be a bit daunting. Even if you’re not interested in the state of the playable game, following your favourite team is going to mean following which patch is currently mixing things up.

Pro players in Fortnite have to content with quite a bit more randomness and change than your average game. For their trouble, they get to compete for the biggest prize pools in the most high-profile events. Since the game goes so fast, it isn’t too surprising that so many of the rising stars are so young. The competitive scene for Fortnite has to react to the changes to the game that only come from a Fortnite News Twitter account. With only a few hundred words for patch notes, it is difficult to keep up. If you’re trying to follow the competitive scene, we’ve got your Fortnite news covered.

Fortnite Esports goes pretty fast, with pros constantly having to adapt to the weekly events. We cover all of the important Fortnite news, so you can keep track of what the pros are up to on and off of the Battle Bus. Few games have the same type of reach on Twitch. Fortnite was the first step to a big career for most major names in streaming. Between the streamers and now expansive teams of Fortnite pro players, Fortnite news come thick and fast.

It is hard to say how long Fortnite is going to manage to stay the biggest game in streaming. Its esports cups currently command an impressive scale given the age of the game. This is going to continue for as long as Fortnite keeps its spot as the biggest game around. Throughout this Epic rushes through Fortnite news to prevent the game from leaving conversation for anything more than a day.

The constant revisions keep the game fresh. This can be difficult to track though. A player can go from winning a tournament to failing to qualify based on just a handful of bad games. With a fair bit of RNG at play, this makes it a bit difficult to keep up with Fortnite news. If you want to follow your favourite players, teams, and the overall game, then you’ll need to check in pretty frequently. Fortnite’s tournaments are held most weeks, both outside of the normal game held by the community and in-game events that allow for anyone with a controller or keyboard to take on the pros.

If you want to keep on top of all the latest happenings in competitive Fortnite, then our coverage should give you everything you need to stay informed.