DreamHack Winter 2019 has announced that Fortnite will be featuring its biggest community tournament EVER as it is set to split $500,000 over two events (DreamHack Winter and DreamHack Anaheim 2020). With DreamHack Winter taking place at the end of November, it is safe to say we will be playing in Fortnite Season 11; it is unknown if this will be on the rumoured new map. Despite the Fortnite Champion Series recently switching to squads, this tournament will remain a solos tournament.
DreamHack Winter is already set to headline with the CSGO DreamHack Open and the Super Smash Bros Ultimate European Circuit; including a host of BYOC tournaments.
DreamHack is a three-day gaming lifestyle festival. These festivals are all about the massive BYOC (Bring Your Own Computer or Console) party, paired with a plethora of competitive tournaments and international esports competitions happening.
Dates & Venue
The event will take place on the 29th November 2019 until the 1st December 2019 at the Elimia Exhibition and Convention Centre in Jönköping, Sweden.
The Prize Pool is set to be $250,000, with no details on how it will be split (a further $250,000 will be available at DreamHack Anaheim 2020).
The tournament will feature a a solos format with 3 stages:
- 3 Open Heats
- Grand Final Qualifying Round with 600 players
- The Grand Final with 100 players over 8 games
What You Need To Know to Participate
You have to be physically present at the festival in Jönköping, Sweden. This tournament is played fully on LAN.
The age limit is 13.Participants aged 13-18 will have to submit a signed parental consent form.
A BYOC ticket to DreamHack Winter will guarantee you a spot.