Fri, 29 October | 7:00pm
Fri, 29 October | 6:30pm
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Friday at 7:00pm EST | October 29th, 2021
Best of 3
90% of pot
Friday Night Fortnite Kill Race Weekly
1st1st 90% of entry
In the Fortnite Battle Royale lobby, the host (bottom team on bracket is host) sets the game mode to Duo for 1v1 or Squad for 2v2.
The hosting player adds his opponent to his Epic Friends List and invites him to the game.
Once the guest has joined, the host launches the game and play commences.
The player with the most kills at the end of the game must report the score in the bracket and wins the match.
You and your opponent(s) will join the same game as a Duo or Squad team and compete to score the most kills.
The player with the most kills at the end of the game wins.
Kills While Downed: Any kills scored while you’re downed count towards your final score. Kills scored after you die do not count towards your final score (e.g. from traps, or someone that you knocked down bleeding out).
Tiebreaker: If you and your opponent finish the game with the same amount of kills, play the match again until one player finishes with more kills than the other.
Lag/Settings: After getting on the bus, any complaints on lag or pre-game settings will not be taken into consideration. No exceptions.
Kill Stealing: Kill-stealing is not against the rules. You and your opponent may work together to secure kills. "Stealing" kills is allowed and is part of the competitive nature of the match.
Interference & Obstruction: In general, you are not allowed to intentionally interfere with your opponent's attempts to move around the map or secure kills. However, interference calls are made strictly at the discretion of our admins.
Here are some things that are not allowed:
- Breaking or purposely weakening any structure that your opponent has built or non built structures or cover by any means that is actively being used by your opponent.
- Building in front of or around your opponent (intentionally preventing movement)
Common things that are allowed:
- Attracting other opponents by firing guns around your teammate (opponent).
- Boxing yourself in around a loot crate or chest.
- Following your teammate (opponent).
- Shooting down your own structure and launch pad (if you built them).
All interference calls are strictly at the discretion of our admins.
If you lose the game and feel your opponent interfered with your game play in any prohibited way, dispute the match. Explain in the dispute what happened and provide video evidence of it happening.
We must have clear video proof to warrant a forfeit.
Disconnections: If a player disconnects in the pre-game warm-up, the game must be replayed. If you disconnect during game play, it is treated like a death. Your score is equal to the number of kills you had when you disconnected. Your opponent can continue to play even after you have disconnected from the match.