Twitch Rivals Will Host Fortnite Zero Build Showdown II: How to Watch

Source: Epic Games

Get ready for the new Fortnite Zero Build Showdown II on Twitch, with over $100,000 to win!

The Zero Build mode has been a blast so far, allowing all players to compete in a raw yet unique Fortnite experience and get some of the best rewards. How cool is that?

Now, Twitch Rivals is preparing to host the new Fortnite: Zero Build Showdown II! Find out below how you can watch the event.

Twitch Rivals and Fortnite Zero Build Showdown II: Air Date

The new Fortnite Zero Build Showdown II will start on April 30 and end on May 1, so you better mark your calendar not to forget this huge tournament! Twitch Rivals had also announced that there would be rewards up to $100,000/ region for the winners. Neat!

The regions include Europe, North America, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa.

So, if you’re interested in competing or know someone fit for this competition, hurry up. Twitch Rivals posted on Twitter the following instructions:

Reply with a Fortnite clip and tell us why YOU should be invited, then fill out the form for a chance to play.

Check out the official announcement:

Twitch Rivals and Fortnite Zero Build Showdown II: How to Watch

As previously said, Twitch Rivals will be the main host of the new Fortnite: Zero Build Showdown II. If you’re interested in watching the massive event, you can actually do it quite easily! Just head to the official Twitch Rivals page and tune in for your region.

Source: Epic Games

Check out the following list to find your region:

  • Europe/ Middle East/ Africa: 7 PM CEST, 6 PM BST (April 30)
  • North America – 2 PM PST, 10 AM BST (May 1)
  • Latin America – 4 PM PST, 12 AM BST (April 30)

You can also join the Twitch Rivals Discord to get more information about the event.

Stay tuned to find out more Fortnite news and tips!

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