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Trios Cash Cup Chapter 2 Season 3: Schedule, Format, Prize Pool & How-To Watch

The weekly cash cup is back and this time it is split into two skill levels.

Another season of Fortnite, another round of tournaments for players to get involved in or watch their favourite pros from the sidelines. Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 3 has something for everyone, returning are the Trio Cash Cups, Platform Cash Cups and, of course, the FNCS.

 

Trio Cash Cup Chapter 2 Season 3
(Picture: Epic Games)

 

The Trio Cash Cup is a cross-platform tournament, split in two. Those that have reached Contender rank in Arena mode are eligible for one event and those that have reached Champion's league are eligible for another. This gives a broad range of players the chance to compete for prizes.

 

 

Schedule

The Trio Cash Cup will run every Wednesday from 15th July to 12th August meaning there will be five separate tournaments to take part in. Both the contender and champion-only events will take place on these dates and at the same time.

Start times vary from region to region, for the most up to date information check the tournament tab in-game.

 

Format

The Cash Cup is a trio tournament, so find two mates and get ready to compete against your regions best players.

Each session will last approximately three hours. Players can play as many as 10 matches. Players will earn points based on the scoring system listed below.

Players will be ranked on a leaderboard with the highest performing trio in the region eligible for cash prizes. High performing teams in the Contender Cash Cups will gain eligibility for one week of the Champions event.

 

Scoring system

Victory Royale: 14 points
2nd: 11 points
3rd: 9 points
4th: 8 points
5th: 7 points
6th: 6 points
7th - 8th: 5 points
9th - 10th: 4 points
11th - 13th: 3 points
14th - 17th: 2 points
18th - 25th: 1 point

Each Elimination: 1 point, capped at 20 elimination points per match

 

Prize Pool

Contender Cash Cup

Europe

Rank        Prize
1st    $900 and Champion League Event Eligibility Token
2nd    $825 and Champion League Event Eligibility Token
3rd    $750 and Champion League Event Eligibility Token
4th    $675 and Champion League Event Eligibility Token
5th-14th    $600 and Champion League Event Eligibility Token

NA East

Rank        Prize
1st    $750 and Champion League Event Eligibility Token
2nd    $675 and Champion League Event Eligibility Token
3rd-10th    $600 and Champion League Event Eligibility Token

Champion Cash Cup

Europe

Rank        Prize
1st    $2,250
2nd    $1,800
3rd    $1,650
4th    $1,500
5th    $1,350
6th    $1,200
7th    $1,125
8th    $1,050
9th    $975
10th    $900
11th-14th    $825
15th-20th    $750
21st-30th    $675
31st-50th    $600

NA East

Rank        Prize
1st    $1,800
2nd    $1,500
3rd    $1,350
4th    $1,275
5th    $1,200
6th    $1,125
7th    $1,050
8th    $975
9th    $900
10th    $825
11th-14th    $750
15th-20th    $675
21st-30th    $600

For the prize pools of Brazil, Oceania, Asia and the Middle East refer to Epic’s official rules for the Trio Cash Cup.

 

Trio Cup Chapter 2 Season 3: How-To Watch

Going off previous Platform Cups we can assume that Epic will not be providing a live stream or broadcast so your best bet is tuning into your favourite player. 
 
Here are some suggestions.


EU:

 
NAE:


NAW:

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