The $40,000,000 Fortnite World Cup tournament is currently in full swing with nine weeks of the highly lucrative event’s 10 weekly $1,000,000 online open qualifiers having been completed. A whole host of players have already secured a spot in the $30,000 Fortnite World Cup Finals in New York City through the first set of qualifiers with a whole set of new competitors set to join them once the Week 10 qualifiers for the event have been completed. If you are curious about where the top competitors will end up once the dust has settled, be sure to check out the Week 10 standings leaderboard results for each of the eligible regions below.
Fortnite World Cup Week 10 Standings Leaderboard
We will update this article with the latest set of standings on the Fortnite World Cup qualifiers leaderboard of each region when the Fortnite World Cup standings leaderboard updates are first made available for Week 10.
North America East
North America West
The East and West regions of North America, Europe, Asia, Brazil, and Oceania will be the six server areas where players will be battling it out against each other in solo matches in order to secure a top spot in the final Fortnite World Cup standings leaderboard for the Week 10 qualifiers. Competition for each Fortnite World Cup Week 10 standings leaderboard will be returning to duos following the last qualifying competition that focused on the solo playlist.
All of the adrenaline-fueled battle royale esports action from the qualifying competition this week will be beginning on Thursday, June 20th with the Round One Semi-Finals. The Round Two Finals that will determine the top spots of the standings leaderboard will then take place on Friday, June 21st for each of the six competing regions.
With a total prize pool of $1,000,000 and an opportunity to compete at the $30,000,000 Fortnite World Cup Finals up for grabs this weekend, the Week 10 qualifiers will be the very last chance for players to secure a qualifying spot on a standings leaderboard and compete in one of the largest esports events in history.