Fortnite Streamer Bowl III Community Cup: How To Register & Compete

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Fortnite Streamer Bowl III Community Cup: How To Register & Compete

Learn how you can earn a chance to compete alongside a Twitch creator and NFL superstar in the Streamer Bowl III Community Cup.

Twitch and Epic Games have collaborated to produce the annual Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl for the last three years. The first edition coincided with Super Bowl LIV in 2020, where several content creators and professional football players journeyed to Tampa Bay, Florida, to compete for a $500K USD prize pool. Each team featured a Twitch personality and NFL player, and all winnings went to their charity of choice.

Twitch’s Streamer Bowl returned in 2021—this time with a $1M USD prize pool and a format adjustment from Duos to Trios. The format change from Duos to Trios allowed fans to join in on the action through an online qualifier, dubbed the Streamer Bowl Community Cup.

Epic Games will host another Community Cup for the second consecutive year, where top-performing players will earn their way into the third Twitch Rivals Streamer Bowl. Today, we’ll explain everything you need to know about the Streamer Bowl III Community Cup.

Tournament Format & Schedule

The Streamer Bowl III Community Cup is a Solo Fortnite tournament with no prize pool. It will occur across two days in the NA East and NA West regions, with day one serving as an Open Qualifier. Thousands of players will compete on day one— the ultimate goal being a top-100 finish to advance to the second round. Those who reach round two must achieve another high placement to receive an invite to compete alongside a Twitch streamer and NFL player in Streamer Bowl III.

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To participate in this tournament, merely head to your in-game “Compete” tab and locate the Streamer Bowl III Community Cup under the NA East or NA West region.

Here is a complete format breakdown for this competition:

Round One (December 15)

  • NA East: 6 PM ET
  • NA West: 6 PM PT
  • Three-hour session
  • Players may participate in a maximum of ten matches
  • The top-100 players qualify for round two on December 16

Round Two (December 16)

  • NA East: 6 PM ET
  • NA West: 6 PM PT
  • Three-hour session
  • Players may participate in a maximum of ten matches
  • Top-performing players earn a spot in Streamer Bowl III

Tournament Scoring System


Players competing in the tournament will earn two points per eliminations and 30 for a Victory Royale. This scoring system applies to both days of the Community Cup.

Here is the complete scoring system breakdown:

  • Victory Royale: 30 points
  • 2nd: 25 points
  • 3rd: 22 points
  • 4th: 20 points
  • 5th: 19 points
  • 6th: 17 points
  • 7th: 16 points
  • 8th: 15 points
  • 9th: 14 points
  • 10th: 13 points
  • 11th-15th: 11 points
  • 16th-20th: 9 points
  • 21st-25th: 7 points
  • 26th-30th: 5 points
  • 31st-35th: 4 points
  • 36th-40th: 3 points
  • 41st-50th: 2 points
  • 51st-75th: 1 point
  • Eliminations: 2 points each

Neither Epic Games nor Twitch has explained how many players will advance to Streamer Bowl III. The in-game tournament tile reads, “Twitch will invite top players in each region at the end of Round 2 to compete in the Streamer Bowl!” Last year, the top 20 NA East and top ten NA West players qualified for Streamer Bowl III. That may or may not remain the case this time around.

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We’ll be sure to keep you updated with any additional information!

Feature Image: Epic Games

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Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.