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The Fortnite Champion Series (FNCS) Chapter 2 Season 6 Finals will take place from May 28-30. The best trios from each of the seven respective regions will be competing in a series of 12 matches for a share of the $3 million prize pool and the bragging rights from being crowned as champions.

Fortnite Champion Series (FNCS) Chapter 2 Season 6 Finals

The FNCS Season 6 Finals will consist of a two-day event with differing dates depending on the region. The schedule is as follows:

  • May 28: FNCS Season 6 Finals (Day 1) [Middle East]
  • May 29: FNCS Season 6 Finals (Day 1) [All Regions Except Middle East]
  • May 29: FNCS Season 6 Finals (Day 2) [Middle East]
  • May 30: FNCS Season 6 Finals (Day 2) [All Regions Except Middle East]

The final day of the Season 6 Fortnite Champion Series will consist of (times listed in EST):

  • 1 p.m. – Fortnite Champion Series (FNCS) Finals begins
  • 1:15 p.m. – Live EU coverage (English, Spanish, German, French)
  • 5:15 p.m. – Live NAE coverage (English)
  • 9:15 p.m. – Live NAW coverage (English)
  • 12:30 a.m. – Approximate end

The top 33 teams of each region will split the $3 million prize pool as follows:

  • Europe at $1,347,000, with first place at $300,000
  • NA East at $691,800, with first place at $150,000
  • NA West and Brazil at $300,300 each, with first place at $75,000
  • Asia at $150,600, with first place at $36,000
  • Oceania at $90,450, with first place at $22,500
  • Middle East at $122,250, with first place at $30,000

All of the teams participating will walk away with a cash prize. In Europe, even the bottom seven teams will take home $3,000. There will be six matches per day, with scoring dependent on match placement and the number of eliminations.

Players interested in watching all of the action unfold with their friends can do so through the Party Royale feature. This is found in the “Modes” menu. The live stream will also be hosted on Twitch’s Fortnite channel where fans may be able to earn free FNCS in-game items in the form of Twitch Drops, just by watching.


Ethan Chen is a writer with over 3 years of experience covering esports, gaming, and business.


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