The idea of Fortnite turning into a fully fledged esport is one that both excites and worries in equal measure.
Could the popularity of the Battle Royale mode work as a competitive title, and if so, how would it work when the top players go up against each other?
The announcement by the Fortnite development team on Thursday, March 15th confirmed that some form of competitive season is in the works, however, they've stopped short of revealing any more details.
They did reveal that a host of celebrities will be invited to the Fortnite Pro-Am tournament hosted at E3 in June
. Over 50 celebs and top players will be invited to compete in a showmatch.
This got us thinking about which celebrities we'd like to see compete on the stage, so we made a list of the celebs who we know are into gaming.
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Post Malone - Rapper
We've already seen him play Call of Duty
alongside former CoD commentator, Courage, so we know he's keen for some gaming.
Deadmau5 - DJ
He's already had some beef with Fortnite streamer Ninja
following the Drake stream, so let's make it happen on the battlefield.
JuJu Smith-Schuster - NFL Player
He's part of FaZe Clan and he was part of that now legendary stream with Ninja alongside Drake
and Travis Scott. So he's confirmed?
Drake - Rapper
He practically broke Twitch when he streamed with Ninja
. Enough said.
Travis Scott - Rapper
Travis teamed up with Ninja, JuJu and Drake for that epic stream
. So again, let's get him confirmed.
Justin Bieber - Singer
Bieber is well known to be an avid gamer and he's one of the most famous artists on the planet. He's one of the few who could outshine Drake if he played on Twitch with Ninja.
Neymar - Footballer
We know Brazilian footballer Neymar is a big gamer as he's often pictured with the SK Gaming CS:GO team
. He's also got his own PUBG server.
Mila Kunis - Actor
The Ted star is apparently an avid gamer, so much so that her voice was once recognized when playing online and has played on mute since.
Snoop Dogg - Rapper
We've all seen Snoop stream whilst 'playing' on Twitch before
, and he just simply never gets old to watch.
Eminem - Rapper
Incredibly outspoken but apparently a big fan of computer games. Sign this man up.
Casey Neistat - YouTuber
Perhaps less of a conventional celebrity in this list, but he's recognized worldwide for changing the vlogging game. He's also a keen gamer and has a setup in his office.
Seth Rogan - Actor
The comedian is a well-known gamer and has featured gaming in a number of his movies. He's also an A-list celebrity so the attention would be good.
Lamelo Ball - Basketball Player
The sixteen-year-old professional basketball player has already shown his skills alongside Nadeshot on Fortnite
Logic - Rapper
He's Ninja's number one choice of rapper to play with next and he's already part of the esports community due to his GFUEL and FaZe Clan affiliation.
Ronda Rousey - Wrestler and former UFC Fighter
She could have anybody on this list in a fight, and judging by her self-confessed WoW addiction, potentially in game too.
Chance the Rapper
Chance is such a big gamer that he's requested Fortnite becomes available
on the Nintendo Switch for on the move access.
Joe Jonas - Singer
We know the singer is keen because he's already published his PSN for people to add him to play.
Josh Hart - Basketballer
Potentially the biggest Fortnite fan in this list, Josh Hart even has his own custom pair of Fornite sneakers.
Lil Yachty - Rapper
Another member of the FaZe Clan organization, rapper Lil Yachty recently celebrated in style after winning his first Fortnite win and he went wild.
Elon Musk - Entrepreneur
Last but not least we have the man who sends stuff to space. He's reportedly a fan of the Overwatch League and has attended numerous gaming events with his kids.