Fortnite Season 6 FNCS: Schedule, $3 Million Prize Pool, Format, Scoring, and much more

Nawshad Noor
By Nawshad Noor
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Epic Games recently released detailed information related to Fortnite Season 6 FNCS.

Fortnite FNCS Season 6 is only a couple of weeks away and Fortnite recently released a detailed blog post. The blog post details information about the upcoming Fortnite Season 6 FNCS including the official schedule, Prize Pool, Format, Scoring System, a new FNCS All-Star Showdown event, and much more.

Below you can find all the details about the new Fortnite FNCS Season 6 that’s coming in a few weeks.

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Fortnite Season 6 FNCS Details:

FNCS Schedule:

Qualifier 1: Middle East – April 22-24. All other regions – April 23-25
Qualifier 2: Middle East – April 29-May 1. All other regions – April 30-May 2
Qualifier 3: Middle East – May 6-8. All other regions – May 7-9
Bye Week: May 13-16
Semi-Finals: Middle East – May 21. All other regions – May 22
Reboot Round: Middle East – May 22. All other regions – May 23
Finals: Middle East May 28-29. All other regions – May 29-30

FNCS Format:

Teams that placed top three in the previous season’s FNCS tournament are automatically qualified for FNCS Season 6’s Finals and cannot participate in the Qualifiers and Semi-Finals.

Note: If those teams wish to disband before the start of FNCS, all three members of the Trio must fill out the official disband form by April 19.”


In each Qualifier round teams that place the top three will skip Semi-Finals and move straight to the Finals. However, teams that do not place top three will earn series points based on positions. After the end of all qualifier rounds, the top-99 Trios in each region will advance to Semi-Finals.


In each region, the Semi-Finals will consist of three heats. Teams have a total of 6 matches to earn as many points as they can and in the end, the top 6 Trios will move to the finals. 7th-17th placing teams will move to the Reboot Round.

Reboot Round-

Reboot rounds will now have three matches and the winning team from each Reboot ROund will advance to the Finals.


The format for the FNCS Finals remains unchanged as teams will have 12 total matches across 2 days to earn points. The top placing team in the finals will be the new FNCS champions.

FNCS Prize Pool:

This FNCS has a total prize pool of $3 Million. Each region will have only one cross-platform prize pool and the prize distribution for each region is as follows-


 prizes will be allocated for every team that makes it to the Finals.

FNCS Scoring System:

Epic Games decided to change the scoring system a little bit according to feedback from last FNCS season. Fortnite FNCS rounds that do not use a single lobby system will have a scoring system similar to the previous FNCS season.

The new scoring system for single lobby rounds is given below-

Victory Royale: 30
2nd: 26
3rd: 24
4th: 22
5th: 21
6th: 20
7th: 19
8th: 18
9th: 17
10th: 16
11th: 14
12th: 13
13th: 12
14th: 11
15th: 10
16th: 9
17th: 8
18th-24th: 5

Each Elimination: 2 Points

FNCS All-Star Showdown:

The FNCS All-Star Showdown will commence from June 23-26. it will be a solo tournament featuring top players in each region from the past two FNCS tournaments. The top 15 teams from Chapter 2 Season 5 FNCS and the top 15 teams from Chapter 2 Season 6 FNCS will be invited to this event.

The FNCS All-Star Showdown event will have a total combined prize pool of $3,000,000. Some selected players will also have the opportunity to participate as individuals in Creative Mode skill challenges before the Solo championship.

More details about this event will be revealed soon.

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Nawshad Noor is a former Editor at GameRiv.