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Fortnite Ranked Leaderboard: Where To Find

Fortnite Ranked is the latest way to test your Fortnite skills against more evenly matched players. To climb to the very top spot, you'll need to keep an eye on the Ranked leaderboard. Here's how.
Fortnite Ranked Leaderboard: Where To Find

Fortnite Ranked may have only been with us for a short while, but dedicated players have already made it their mission to climb to the very top of the ranks. Launched alongside the v24.40 update, Fortnite Ranked sees players climbing through eight ranks, culminating with the coveted Unreal rank where the best of the best will remain throughout the rest of the season.

Epic Games is kicking off this new competitive arm with Season Zero, set to end alongside the upcoming Chapter 4 Season 3. During this time, players can earn special cosmetics by taking on Ranked Urgent Quests. The rewards include Loading Screens, Emotes, Sprays and more. 

Like any of the battle royales on the market, a key component of rising through the ranks is seeing your hard work reflected on the global leaderboard. Thankfully, Epic Games has provided one straight out of the gate for both Battle Royale Ranked and Zero Build Ranked. Remember, both of these modes have their own separate rankings, so just because you're at the top of the board for Battle Royale doesn't mean you'll rank the same on Zero Build automatically.

If you're looking to keep track of your progress on the Fortnite Ranked leaderboards, here's what you need to know.

Where to Find and Check the Fortnite Ranked Leaderboard

Players can find the Fortnite Ranked leaderboard on the official Fortnite website, via a dedicated page here

Players will need to sign into their Epic Games account, ensuring it's the same one associated with Fortnite, in order to view their ranking. The leaderboard can be filtered between Battle Royale mode and Zero Build mode by using a drop-down menu. Players can also search by display name to speed up the process, particularly when looking for the stats of a specific player.

Right now, the leaderboard doesn't offer a huge amount of information outside of a player's name and their position on the board. As time passes, hopefully Epic Games will add in more statistics akin to Call of Duty's Warzone 2 and Modern Warfare 2 leaderboards.

A quick glance through the current leaderboards will reveal some familiar names, such as 1337soup, Clix, and Swizzy281.