Popular Twitch streamer Dr DisRespect and the BoomTV livestream gaming platform have partnered up again to host the second running of the Code Red Fortnite Battle Royale tournament.
Code Red is a 16-team Duos tournament that features some of the biggest and well-known Fortnite content creators and pro players facing off against each other to claim a share of the $20,000 prize pool.
This week's tournament is taking place on November 20 and is set to begin at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET.
There will guaranteed be a new winner this week since the week one winners - TSM Hamlinz and Reverse2K - are not participating in today's tournament.
The tournament will be live-streamed on the EsportsArena Twitch channel. Streams from the players' individual Twitch channels will be included in the 'Additional Streams' section at the bottom of this page.
HOW TO WIN:
Code Red features a double-elimination bracket that will start off with 16 teams of two players each. Since there are no Fortnite custom games available to the public, the competition will follow the standard 'total of two' format.
Each round, the Duos that are matched up will queue into a Squads lobby together and try to get more eliminations than the opposing Duo. The team with more kills after two maps wins.
If kills are tied after the two maps, a third map will be played and the Duo to first get to five total kills first winning. If neither team gets to five, the team with the higher number of eliminations wins.
Sabotage is not allowed and will result in a forfeit if there is substantial proof that a team committed one or more of the following violations:
This week's Code Red tournament features some of the biggest names in the Fortnite community, including Myth, NICKMERCS, CouRage, Daequan, and others.
The full list of all competitors, along with a live bracket that is updated after every round, can be found by visiting the event web-page HERE.
The total prize pool for this competition is $20,000, which will be divided among the Duos that finish in the top three.
Keep in mind that all players who are streaming will have a 120-second delay, as per the rules of the event.
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