The Fortnite World Cup finals kick off on Friday!
More than 40 million people from all over the world took part in the qualifiers for the World Cup.
However, only 100 solo players and 50 duo teams made it through to this weekend’s event.
The world cup has a $30 million (£24 million) prize pool, which is the biggest prize pot for an e-sports event ever.
It will take place in New York in the US, at the Arthur Ashe Stadium.
Find out more about the schedule and who’s in the finals below.
How to watch it
Tickets for the event at the Arthur Ashe Stadium have sold out, but fear not, as you can watch all the action online.
Epic Games has said viewers can watch the finals on certain streaming sites.
When are the Fortnite World Cup finals?
- The creative finals will be on at 5pm UK time on Friday
- Celebrity pro-am will be on at 8pm UK time on Friday
- The duos finals will be on at 5pm UK time on Saturday
- The solos finals will be on at 5pm UK time on Sunday
Friday – Creative final and pro-am
Eight teams of four players will go head to head to compete for a prize of $3 million (around £2.4 million).
The teams will play on different user-created maps with unique goals, including trickshotting and survival, and the team with the best time wins.
They will play alongside captains like Ninja, Lachlan and Cizzorz.
The pro-am match is one to watch.
It will see 50 celebrities team up with 50 pro-players in a Battle Royale like no other.
Some huge names have been announced, including Ninja and Marshmello, Lachlan and Liam McIntyre, and TFue and Nav.
Also, 13-year-old deaf pro-player Ewok will be teaming up with actor Jordan Fisher.
The $3 million (around £2.4 million) prize money is donated to charity.
The last Pro-Am was won by Ninja and Marshmello, so they’ll be the pair to beat.
Saturday – duos final
Fifty teams of two players will be competing for a shared prize of $3 million (around £2.4 million) in the duo finals.
The team will have to play six games, then their total points will be tallied – and the team with the most points will be the winner.
Some of the top duo teams to watch will be 15-year-old Brit BenjyFishy and his teammate MrSavageM for NRG.
They finished first in the week two qualifiers and came in the top three twice in later qualifiers.
Other teams to watch are: Monrgraal x Mitr0, Hunter x Kinstaar, and Tschiiinken x Stompy.
Sunday – solo final
The last match of the world cup is the solos final.
In the grand finale, 100 of the world’s best players will go head to head to compete for a prize of $3 million (around £2.4 million).
That’s more prize money than Angelique Kerber and Novak Djokovic won as Wimbledon champions last year!
As with the duos final, competitors will play a total of six matches with their points being tallied – and the player with the most points at the end will be crowned champion.
Fortnite legend Ninja failed to qualify, but some other top players to look out for include popular streamer TFue, as well as BenjyFishy, Stompy and Bizzle.
ymqB_P0t from Asia scored 102 points during the third week of qualifiers – the highest number of points during a qualifying match.