Back for its the second year, the Fortnite Celebrity Pro-Am meshes celebrities and Fortnite personalities together as they battle against each other to declare a victor. Here’s how you can tune in on the action.
Capping off the week that was E3, the Fortnite Celebrity Pro-Am features all of your favorite Fortnite personalities all in one spot and it’s sure to be one of the biggest events of the year for the game.
The first Celebrity Pro-Am was won by Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins and his partner Marshmello, but this year represents a brand new opportunity for players to take home the crown.
Fortnite has grown a lot more competitive since that tournament so look for this one to be even more competitive than the last.
The action is all available to watch from the comfort of your own home so let’s take a look at how you can do that.
How to watch the Celebrity Pro-Am
The tournament will be broadcasted directly from the Fortnite Twitch channel and not from your favorite streamer. Other events, like Friday Fortnite and the World Cup qualifiers, are all broadcasted from the streamer themselves as well as the Fortnite channel, but that isn’t the case here.
This is likely due to the fact that players are all in one location instead of at their usual setups, so it’ll be easier to just set up the broadcast. on one channel.
You can watch along on the stream below.
Creative tournament Block party schedule
The Block Party event runs for two days over June 15 and 16, with day one given over to the creative tournament.
The Creative Tournament saw eight teams of four battling it out, with eight qualified players working with popular creators to defend their celebrity VIP.
In the end, CouRage’s team won out, netting them a healthy amount of cash to go to charity, but the big competition is still to come.
Fortnite Celebrity Pro-Am schedule
The Celebrity Pro-Am begins on June 16, and you can find the full list of participants below. The big event starts at 4:30pm PT / 7:30pm ET / 12:30am BST.
Who to watch for
Ninja and Tfue will definitely be two of the players to watch for as they are arguably two of the biggest names in Fortnite right now.
However, there a numerous other teams to look out for including Cloak and Dillon Francis, CouRageJD and Brendon Urie and DrLupo with Jordan Fisher.
Here is the complete list of participants.
|Dennis ‘Cloak‘ Lepore||Dillon Francis|
|Ben ‘DrLupo‘ Lupo||Jordan Fisher|
|Imane ‘Pokimane‘ Anys||Martin Doherty|
|Rachel ‘Valkyrae‘ Hofsetter||Justin Jones|
|Jack ‘CouRageJD‘ Dunlop||Brendon Urie|
|Tim ‘TimTheTatman‘ Behar||Jaw Mewes|
|Kathleen ‘Loserfruit’ Belsten||Joel McHale|
|Vikram ‘Vikkstar123’ Barn||Martin Starr|
|Samara Redway||Marisha Way|
|Turner ‘Tfue‘ Tenney||Josh Hart|
|Andre ‘Typical Gamer’ Rebelo||Jimmy O Yang|
|Tyler ‘Ninja‘ Blevins||Marshawn Lynch|
|Lannan ‘Lazarbeam’ Eacott||Hannibal Burress|
|Justin ‘FearItself’ Katz||Blake Martinez|
|Kim ‘Patriota’ Patriota||Kyla-Drew Simmons|
|Flakes Power||Douglas Costa|
|Sypher ‘SypherPK’ Ali||Reggie Jackson|
|Nick ‘Nick Eh 30’ Amyoony||Joey Bosa|
|Tyler ‘Wildcat’ Wine||Janina Gavankar|
|Karim ‘Airwaks’ Benghalia||RL Grime|
|Corentin ‘Gotaga’ Houssein||Jordyn Jones|
|Lachlan Ross ‘Lachlan’ Power||Cody Walker|
|Aydan ‘Aydan’ Conrad||Robert Abisi|
|Ghost Kayuun||Nick Shanholtz|
|Nick ‘NICKMERCS‘ Kolcheff||Kyle Van Noy|
Last updated June 16, 12:58pm EST.