Fortnite Championship All-Star has Free Rewards for Everyone and Here is How to Get These

Published 06/23/2021, 2:59 PM EDT


Esports tournaments and championships usually mean massive rewards for those competing. However, Epic Games wants to thank fans for all their support in keeping Fortnite alive and giving millions of players a chance to regularly participate in cash cups and the FNCS. Therefore, it has ensured that each and every fan tuning in to watch the event will also get a reward.

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The FNCS All-Star tournament goes live on Twitch starting June 23 at 3 AM EDT. It will continue streaming on the platform for a period of 4 days till June 27 at 2.30 AM EDT. This is the time period fans can join in to collect their free Fortnite cosmetic rewards.

Connect your Epic Games account to Twitch to redeem Fortnite rewards

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All the fans who want to earn free cosmetic rewards will have to tune into the streams for at least 15 mins every day. Firstly, players will have to connect their Epic Games account to Twitch. Next, they will have to head to the stream that has game drops enabled.

Once players find a stream that has the ‘Drops Unabled’ tag underneath it, they can simply watch the stream for over 15 mins. As they move past the 15-minute line, they would get a notification that they have unlocked a drop. Each day, players can unlock a new drop which would reward them with a new cosmetic every day.

Players will only have to watch about one hour of the stream in total across all four days. Once they claim all the drops, they will automatically receive them in their Fortnite accounts.

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All the free rewards players can unlock

The first reward that players can unlock by watching 15 minutes of the stream between June 23rd and 24th is the All-Star emoji. Similarly, they watch the stream for the same amount of time every day till the 27th to unlock the All-Star spay, All-Star screen, and All-Star bundle, respectively.

The FNCS All-Star tournament, unlike other Fortnite tournaments, wouldn’t be a simple Battle Royale experience. Instead, it will put to the test various skills such as building, editing, aiming, and rotation of the best players across the world. Therefore, if you aren’t the regular competitive Fortnite enthusiast, you can still join the stream for the free rewards.

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Shwetang Parthsarthy is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. His love for arguments and games has led him down two paths: being a law student and writing about the world of gaming since 2017. What started as a teenage hobby in the relatively small mobile gaming world with FPS games like Critical Ops and Call of Duty: Mobile, has grown into a professional pursuit with EssentiallySports.

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