How to join Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament: Schedule, prizes, free cosmetics, and more

The article describes the details of the upcoming Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament, including its planned schedule, prizes, free cosmetics, and more.

How to join Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament: Schedule, prizes, free cosmetics, and more
How to join Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament: Schedule, prizes, free cosmetics, and more

The Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament has been officially announced by Epic Games, and players are eager to know more about the event, given it brings players a number of free cosmetics and other rewards. The upcoming competition is Solo, and the top-performing players in each region will earn Sprays, inspired by the three Dojos of Cobra Kai.

The article describes the details of the upcoming Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament, including its planned schedule, prizes, free cosmetics, and more.

How to join Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament: Schedule, prizes, free cosmetics, and more
How to join Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament: Schedule, prizes, free cosmetics, and more

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Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament

Epic, as the official blog declares, is about to host the Fortnite All Valley Cup on Saturday, January 8. This is a type of casual affair with no monetary rewards, but free cosmetics and other rewards. This is a Solo Cup following the standard formula, i.e., players have three hours to complete up to ten matches, earning points for both eliminations and placement.

The top 50% of players in each region will earn the Cobra Kai Spray, the top 30% will earn the Miyagi-Do Spray and the Cobra Kai Spray, while the top 10% will earn both of those sprays in addition to the Eagle Fang Spray.

Players will have a three-hour window to compete in 10 matches. Players need to check under the Compete Tab in-game and find the All Valley Cup to see when your region’s tournament begins in order to participate in the tournament. They can earn as many points as they can in the three hours or 10-match limit. The scoring format awards placement points as well as eliminations.

Victory Royale: 30 points
2nd: 25 points
3rd: 22 points
4th: 20 points
5th: 19 points
6th: 17 points
7th: 16 points
8th: 15 points
9th: 14 points
10th: 13 points
11th – 15th: 11 points
16th – 20th: 9 points
21st – 25th: 7 points
26th – 30th: 5 points
31st – 35th: 4 points
36th – 40th: 3 points
41st – 50th: 2 points
51st – 75th: 1 point

Each Elimination: 1 point

How to join Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament: Schedule, prizes, free cosmetics, and more
How to join Fortnite All Valley Cup Solo Tournament: Schedule, prizes, free cosmetics, and more

The Game’s ranked, competitive mode composed of three (3) leagues (each, a “League”) separated into ten (10) divisions (each, a “Division”) as follows:

Open League: Division I (0 – 399 Hype points (“Hype”)) 
Open League: Division II (400 – 799 Hype)
Open League: Division III (800 -1,199 Hype)
Open League: Division IV (1,200 – 1,999 Hype)

Contender League: Division I (2,000 – 2,999 Hype)
Contender League: Division II (3,000 – 4,999 Hype)
Contender League: Division III (5,000 – 7,499 Hype)

Champion League: Division I (7,500 – 9,999 Hype)
Champion League: Division II (10,000 – 14,999 Hype)
Champion League: Division III (15,000+ Hype)

A specific ruleset, set of gameplay elements, or win conditions for a given match. Game modes can be very broad and may or may not differ from one match to the next. Event Administrators will explain the specific parameters for each game mode before the beginning of a match.


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