'Fortnite' Chipotle Challenger 4 Finals: Start Time, Standings and How to Watch

Fortnite hosts the Chipotle Challenger Series 4 finals December 8, and we want to make sure you're primed and ready for the action that lies ahead. Below, we recap all you need to know about the event including its start time, high-profile participants and the latest standings. With a $50,000 prize pool and free burritos up for grabs, who will be the Battle Royale champ?

When does the Chipotle Challenger Series 4 Finals start?

The Chipotle Challenger Series 4 finals begin December 8 at 6 p.m. EST and will run until about 9 p.m. EST. There's just one big stream to watch, so block out those three hours on your calendar. Around 9 p.m. EST, YUNGBLUD will take the virtual stage for a special performance.

How to watch the Chipotle Challenger Series 4 finals

Just like all previous Chipotle Challenger Series finals before this one, the Chipotle Challenger Series 4 finals can be watched from the exclusive hub stream on the Chipotle Twitch channel. Here, shoutcasters broadcast the hottest moments from the entire tournament as they happen. It's also the first place you'll see any standings reveals as well.

Chipotle Challenger Series finals participants

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'Fortnite' hosts the Chipotle Challenger Series 4 finals December 8. It starts at 6 p.m. EST. 'Fortnite' is available now on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Switch, PC and Android. Chipotle/Epic Games

The player pool for the Fortnite Challenger Series finals features 16 trios who finished top four in their respective qualifiers earlier in the year, as well as 17 trios of invited talent. The invited talent includes:

Follow the Twitch links above for streamed matches of individual players as they unfold.

Fortnite Chipotle tournament standings, rules and prizing

In the Chipotle Challenger Series 4 finals, players take part in a five-game series in a single lobby. The trio with the highest score wins. Points are doled out in this format:

  • Eliminations: one point each.
  • Victory Royale: five points
  • Second: four points
  • Third/Fourth: three points
  • Fifth-eighth: two points
  • Ninth-12th: one point

The $50,000 prize pool is split three ways:

  1. $30,000 and free burritos for one year
  2. $15,000 and free burritos for one year
  3. $5,000 and free burritos for one year

We'll do our best to provide the latest standings as they arrive once the finals begin. Standings are usually displayed on the hub stream every 15 minutes or so, so you'll never lose sight of the top players once the matches start.

Fortnite is available now on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Switch, PC and Android.

Who do you think will win the Chipotle Challenger Series 4 finals later today? Which trio will you be watching the closest? Tell us in the comments section!