Fortnite Solo Cash Cups Canceled in Three Different Regions

Fortnite recently announced the cancellation of Solo Cash Cups in Three Different Regions due to some issues.

Solo Cash Cups are a series of solo Fortnite tournaments that offer cash prizes as rewards for top placements. The Solo cash cup series was first announced back in Season X on August 22, 2019. Each week Epic Games hosts the Solo Cash Cup tournament for all regions and players all around the world have a chance to win cash prizes.

Usually, the Solo Cash Cup tournaments have three-hour-long sessions. During this three-hour period, participants are allowed to play a maximum of 10 matches. At the end of the three-hour period, the players with the highest points are declared winners.

The points system for the Solo Cash Cup is as follows-

PlacementPoints
Victory Royale15
212
3-49
5-66
7-123

Additionally each elimination = 1 point.

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Solo Cash Cup Canceled:

Recently Fortnite made an official announcement about the cancellation of the NAE and BR region Solo Cash Cup because of an issue. The Twitter announcement reads,

“We’re canceling the NAE and BR Solo Cash Cup today while we investigate an issue. We’ll provide an update on the NAW Solo Cash Cup status later today.”

A short while later an update about the NAW Solo Cash Cup was also provided. The Solo Cash Cup for the NAW region has also been canceled for April 4th, 2021.

The announcement is as follows, “We are canceling the NAW Cash Cup as we continue to investigate the issue.”

Solo Cash Cups for all other regions will continue normally as Fortnite has not published any announcement about them. Fortnite will probably soon find the issues with the Solo Cash Cups for the NAW, NAE, and BR region and make some kind of statement as to when it will commence.

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