'Fortnite' World Cup Qualifiers Week 10 - Standings, Leaderborad, & How to Watch

When does Week 10 of the Fortnite World Cup start?

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'Fortnite' World Cup Online Opens conclude with Week 10 Duos action. Get the latest standings, leaderboard and stream details here. 'Fortnite' is available now on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC and mobile. Epic Games

In addition to taking place on a different day of the week, the time for the final Duos matchup has changed slightly as well. The final round of Online Opens takes place June 20 and June 21 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. local time. Those who require a full schedule of specific times will find it below.

  • Europe – 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. GMT
  • NA West – 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. PDT
  • NA East – 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. EDT
  • Brazil – 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. BRT
  • OCE – 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. AET
  • Asia – 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. JST

How to watch and stream the Fortnite World Cup Week 10 qualifiers

The primary way to keep track of Fortnite World Cup Week 10 action is by tuning in to Fortnite's official Twitch and YouTube channels. We've embedded the Twitch stream for your convenience, but YouTube is also a solid alternative on lower-end hardware.

If you'd rather watch the Fortnite World Cup from inside Fortnite, it's possible to do that as well.

  1. Open Fortnite and select Battle Royale.
  2. In the Competitive tab, select the option for the Week 10 Online Open to view the live leaderboard.
  3. Select the name of the player you want to follow to watch their stream.

Fortnite World Cup Week 10 Participants

Just like the previous nine weeks of Fortnite World Cup qualifiers, the Week 10 Online Open features thousands of the best Fortnite players from around the world. All participants are those who've reached Champion League rank in the Duos Arena, so the full roster of competitors is far too long to list. We'll have a final team reveal heading into the Fortnite World Cup Finals next month.

Fortnite World Cup Week 10 standings and rules

Just like all previous weeks, the ruleset for Week 10 of the Fortnite World Cup is based on a simple Elimination-and-placement points format over 10 rounds. The details are below.

  • Victory Royale: 10 Points
  • Second-fifth place: Seven Points
  • Sixth-15th Place: Five Points
  • 16th-25th Place: Three Points
  • Eliminations: One Point Each

The top 3,000 Duos with the highest point totals at the end of 10 rounds advance to the Week 10 finals on June 21. The second day features 10 more matches where teams fight for cash prizing and limited Fortnite World Cup qualification spots. Here's the breakdown of open spots for Week 10.

  • Europe: Four Spots
  • NA East: Three Spots
  • NA West: One Spot
  • Asia: One Spot
  • Brazil: One Spot
  • Oceania: One Spot

The prize pool is divided like so:

  • First: $10,000
  • Second: $8,000
  • Third: $6,500
  • Fourth: $5,000
  • Fifth: $4,500
  • Sixth: $4,000
  • Seventh: $3,500
  • Eighth: $3,000
  • Ninth: $2,500
  • 10th: $2,000
  • 11th-20th: $1,800
  • 21st-30th: $1,300
  • 31st-40th: $1,100
  • 41st-50th: $900
  • 51st-75th: $800
  • 76th-100th: $700

For the latest standings and leaderboards, be sure to check out Epic's official Fortnite World Cup standings page. We'll post live standings updates for matches when the Fortnite World Cup Finals begin next month.

Fortnite is available now on PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC and mobile.

Do you plan on watching the Week 10 Fortnite World Cup qualifiers? Which Duo will take the top prize? Tell us in the comments section!

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