Do you need 2fa to play in fortnite tournaments

By | May 20, 2022

Hey Guys, In Today’s Video, We’re Going To Talk About Another Really Great Piece Of Console Fortnite News. The Officialps4 Twitter Account unexpectedly announced that they would be hosting a solos tournament called the “fortnite Celebration Cup” early Monday morning. The Event’s Dates Have Been Set It will take place on the 15th and 16th of February, with a total prize pool of one million dollars, making it a very significant event. There’s Also A Anyone can play in this open tournament; you do not need a certain number of Arena Points or any other qualifier. In addition to the monetary prize pool, the tournament will include cosmetic rewards for the top 5%, top 25%, and top 50% of finishers, which we will discuss in greater detail later. So, after not having a single console-only tournament for the first two years or so of Fortnite’s existence, we’ve had the 1 Million Dollar Xbox-only Tournament, The Winter Royale, and now a 1 Million Dollarps4-only Tournament in just the last six months. Plus, we’ve got a ton of those Weekly Console Platform Cash Cups. So, let’s get into more detail about thisps4 Fortnite Celebration Tournament, because I’ve seen a lot of players who are perplexed by certain aspects of it. Okay, so the first thing I’d like to go over is the event’s general format, timing, and reward system. So the biggest thing that people are perplexed about is the reward distribution. So, as I mentioned in the intro, this is a two-day tournament. The first day is Saturday, February 15th, and the second day is Sunday, February 16th. However, you will not be able to earn money on both days. The prizes are purely cosmetics on the first day, the 15th, and the rewards are the same for all regions. You will be rewarded with the “take Cover” in-game cosmetic spray if you finish in the top 50% of any region. ‘ So, considering that 20-30% of people will probably only play 1-2 games before quitting, if you try your hardest and play the entire set of games, that prize should pretty much be yours. Assume the role of an absolute slam dunk But, again, it’s only a spray, so I don’t expect too many people to be excited about it. Then, if you come in first, If you finish in the top 25% of any region that isn’t too difficult, you’ll get the “wild Accent” pickaxe and the spray from finishing in the top 50%. Finally, if you want to Finish in the top 5%, which is likely to be difficult for a beginner. You will receive the “tango” skin, as well as the previous two rewards I mentioned. So I’m guessing that on Saturday, people won’t be giving it their all, mainly because of the weather. The Fact That There Isn’t Any Money At Stake Although it is still a competitive event with prizes on the line, I would personally recommend playing at least a little on the first day. You can get a cool skin and pickaxe for free, and perhaps more importantly, you can fine-tune your strategy for the next day when it matters the most. So, on the second day, which is also a Sunday, The 16th is when things really start to heat up; this is the day when all $1 million dollars will be distributed. So, first, let’s take a quick look at the prize. Europe and the Near East, the two most popular regions, have a pool. We’ll begin with Europe because it has the largest prize pool, and you can tell right away that this is very similar to what you saw in Winter Royale. This isn’t a tournament where anyone will walk away with a large sum of money, but a lot of people will walk away with some solid cash. From 1 to 10, here are the top ten ranges. Top 100 is $400-$900 for 1k to 3k. Then it starts to drop off all of a sudden. Down to the top 1500, which is still a great deal at $200. And keep in mind that, unlike the Winter Royale, this is a solo tournament, so you don’t have to split the prize pool with any of your teammates. Then it’s on to Na East, where the top ten drops from two to one. It's $275-$800 for the top 100, and then it's down to 200, but this time it's for the top 1000 players instead of the top 1500. And I’m not going to show any other regions because they vary so much, but I’ll make sure to link to them. To check any other region you might be interested in, scroll down to the full rules page in the description below. So, let’s get into the rules and the general format of how this will work. We know that each session will last three hours and that there will be a maximum of ten games per session. Essentially the same time and number of matches as a cash cup. One thing we don’t know for sure is what time the event will take place. The Winter Royale has begun. At 5 p.m. local time in each region, and because it was a four-hour event, it lasted until 9 p.m. local time. However, the three-hour weekly cash cups begin at 6 p.m. and end at 9 p.m. So, given that this is a three-hour ordeal, I’d put my money on a 6 p.m. start time, but a 5 p.m. start time is also a possibility, so keep that in mind if you’re making any plans for this, and we’ll know for sure when they actually add the event. Into The Game, which is expected to happen soon Now, this is where the scoring system gets really interesting. A Royale Victory is worth ten points.

Top 5placement earns you 7 points, Top 15 earns you 5, and Top 25 earns you 3, with eliminations worth the standard 1 point each. This scoring system is extremely important to understand because it differs dramatically from the scoring system used in solo cash cups. To demonstrate this, let us compare each placement level and the points it awards: For example, in a typical Solo Cash Cup or even Hypnitea Victory Royale was worth 3 points, but here it is worth 10 points. A Top 5 Was Well-Deserved It's 2 points, but it's 7 here. Top 15 was also worth 2, and now it’s worth 5. The only thing that’s the same is that a Top 25 is worth 3 in both cases. So, in a cash cup, a win would earn you 10 total placement points, but in this tournament, it's a whopping 25. When you take into account the fact that eliminations are still valuable, it’s a win-win situation. 1 point each, I don’t think it takes a genius to figure out that placement, and especially top 15 placement, is going to be crucial here. To put it in perspective, a guy in 16th place who gets 22 kills and finishes gets fewer points than a guy who gets a 1 killwin. That, at least in my opinion, is absolutely insane to consider, so this tournament, in my opinion, is beneficial for a variety of reasons. , First And Foremost, And Obviously The Most Important Is That, Similar To The Winter Royale, You Do Not Have To Be A Top 0 To Make Money As A 0001% Player That's How It Goes In Tournaments Like The, Fncs, And World Cup. However, in this case, the top 1500 or 1000 are the only options. A Goal That Is Much More Realistic For The Majority Of Players One thing to keep in mind when comparing this to the Winter Royale is that the number of players competing should be roughly half as many. , The Winter Royale was also a console-only tournament, like this one, but it included both Xbox and PS4 players, whereas this one is only for PS4 players. Sure, I’ve seen some examples of topxbox or controller on pc players dusting off their old PS4 or purchasing a brand new one just to play. But that's obviously such a small number of players for this event that it barely moves the needle. So even if you just get the lowest prize in two or three different regions, you're looking at $500, which is a great deal for a day of gaming. In addition, Even if you don’t think you have a chance to win any money on Day 2, the cosmetic prizes from Day 1 are still a fun little goal to accomplish. Even if only skins are on the line instead of money, participating in events like this is still beneficial practice. And it will almost certainly make you a better player. Also, because it’s a console-only game, it’s a nice break from the forced cross-platform matchmaking of regular pubs and arena matches that so many people are used to.

Console Gamers Despise This Tournament Is Just Another Step Towards The Development Of A Legitimate Competitive Console Fortnite Scene, As I Alluded To A Little In The Intro. I Feel Like We’re Finally Seeing Some Console Players Gain Large Followings For Consistently Performing Well In These Tournaments, Thanks To The Winter Royale And These Weekly Cash Cups You didn’t see that with any other competitive events in Fortnite history because console players simply didn’t have a chance. And I, along with a lot of other people, always thought that was ridiculous, because console is the most popular platform for Fortnite players. So, to make console players virtually invisible in the competitive scene never made sense to me, but thankfully, it appears that this is finally changing. So, I hope you enjoyed this video, and if you watched it all the way through, please let me know in the comments section below. Please let me know if you are a PS4 player. If You Plan To Participate In The “Fortnite Celebration Cup” And How Excited You Are Make Sure To Like, Comment, Subscribe, Turn On Post Notifications, and Do Whatever The Heck You Want, And I’ll See You Next Time!