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Fortnite changes PlayStation Cup format for July

Fortnite changes PlayStation Cup format for July

While the PlayStation Cup took place from June 24-26, Epic Games just announced that the format will evolve for July with a contest every week.

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In fact, the PlayStation Cup will be held every week from July 7, allowing players to try three times to qualify for the final, where only the top 33 from each region will get a place and the chance to win a portion of the $230,800. In play for the occasion.

To begin with, it is worth remembering that, as its name suggests, only players who have a Sony console will be able to participate, especially since it must necessarily be on PS4 or PS5. The three qualifying cups will be played in a different playing mode, i.e. Architect, Arsenal and Traditional.

Qualifications

Qualification 1 is based on Architect Mode which gives players the opportunity to modify structures created by players including opponents. On the other hand, Qualification 2 will use the Arsenal start mode, where all players start with a pre-set arsenal. As for Qualifier 3, it will be a traditional one-on-one competition, and unfortunately for some, it will be with builds.

At the end of Qualifiers 1 and 2, the top 33 players will receive their entry ticket to the final on July 24, while Qualifier 3 will be the top 34 players.

The final match takes place in 6 parts and lasts about 3 hours. It is important to remember that the first game starts ten minutes after the session window opens and the new game will start automatically 30 minutes after the previous one. Organizers state that “if a team does not appear or miss the start of any game, it will be considered last (or restricted to last) with no disqualifications for that game.”

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point system

For qualifications, each elimination will receive 1 point in addition to those obtained thanks to the position in the ranking,

Victory Royal: 30 points
2nd place 25 points
3rd place 22 points
Fourth: 20 points
Fifth place: 19 points
Sixth: 17 points
Seventh place: 16 points
Eighth: 15 points
Ninth: 14 points
Tenth: 13 points
11 – 15: 11 points

During the Grand Final, each elimination will bring in 2 points in addition to the rating points.

Victory Royal: 30 points
2nd place 25 points
3rd place 22 points
Fourth: 20 points
Fifth place: 19 points
Sixth: 17 points
Seventh place: 16 points
Eighth: 15 points
Ninth: 14 points
Tenth: 13 points
11 – 15: 11 points
From 16th to 20th with 9 points
21 – 25: 7 points
26 – 30: 5 points
From 31 to 35: 4 points
36th to 40th place: 3 points
41 – 50: 2 points
51 – 75: 1 point

Prize distribution

The top 30 players from the North American East region and the top 15 players from the North American West region will be able to win a prize.

Event Awards – North America – East

  • First: $1600
  • Second: $1400
  • Third: $1300
  • Fourth: $1,200
  • Fifth: $1100
  • Sixth: $1,000
  • Seven: $900
  • Eighth: $800
  • Ninth: $700
  • Tenth: $600
  • 11-20: $500
  • From 21 to 30: $400
  • From 51 to 100: $200

Event Prizes – North America – Western

  • First: $1400
  • Second: $1,200
  • Third: $1100
  • Fourth: $1,000
  • Fifth: $900
  • Sixth: $800
  • Seven: $700
  • Eighth: $600
  • Ninth: $500
  • Tenth: 450 dollars
  • 11-50: $400
  • From 51 to 100: $200
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PlayStation Cup organizers also wanted to please those who enter but fail quickly by offering a small reward. Thus, all players who participate in this competition and who obtain a minimum of 8 points will automatically receive a Pose du faucon aerosol (Qualification 1), a Boogie-woogie power aerosol (Qualification 2) and a Blue Sprinter’s aerosol (Qualification 3).

Re-Call

It is important to remember that it will not be possible to exchange, sell or even give a bonus obtained during the event to another player. For more information on the official rules, Epic Games unveiled it live on its website.

Of course, to participate in the PlayStation Cup, players must have activated 2FA authentication, have at least a level 50 account, and be at least 13 years old, not forgetting to respect the Fortnite User License Agreement.