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ESL Announces Full Format for Katowice Royale

Laura Byrne  | 
ESL have announced the full tournament details for the upcoming Katowice Royale which will see two full weekends of competition.

ESL have announced the full tournament details for the upcoming Katowice Royale which will see two full weekends of competition.

ESL have announced the full tournament details for the upcoming Katowice Royale which will see two full weekends of competition.

From Feb. 23 to 24, 100 polish players and influencers will go head-to-head in a mixture of duo and solo tournaments.

Polish Tournament Format:

Duos Tournament – February 23

  • 6:00 AM EST – First Match
  • 1:20 PM EST – Last Match

Solos Tournament – February 24

  • 6:00 AM EST – First Match
  • 1:20 PM EST – Last Match

Solo Format

Each Elimination: 5 Points

Victory Royale: 65 Points

2nd Place: 58 Points

3rd Place: 56 Points

4th Place: 54 Points

5th Place: 52 Points

Duo Format

Each Elimination: 5 Points

Victory Royale: 65 Points

2nd Place: 56 Points

3rd Place: 52 Points

4th Place: 48 Points

5th Place: 44 Points

Prize Pool – Solo & Duo

Total: $50,000

Then from March 1-3, Fortnite players from all major regions will compete for the first time. Participants include the likes of Turner “Tfue” Tenney, Thomas “72hrs” Mulligan and secret skirmish winner Timothy “Bizzle” Miller.

International Tournament Format:

Solos Tournament – March 1

  • 6:00 AM EST – First Match
  • 1:20 PM EST – Last Match

Duos Tournament – March 2

  • 6:00 AM EST – First Match
  • 1:20 PM EST – Last Match

Duos Tournament – March 3

  • 6:00 AM EST – First Match
  • 1:20 PM EST – Last Match

Solo Format

Each Elimination: 5 Points

Victory Royale: 65 Points

2nd Place: 58 Points

3rd Place: 56 Points

4th Place: 54 Points

5th Place: 52 Points

Duo Format

Each Elimination: 5 Points

Victory Royale: 65 Points

2nd Place: 56 Points

3rd Place: 52 Points

4th Place: 48 Points

5th Place: 44 Points

Prize Pool – Duos

Total: $400,000

Prize Pool – Solos

Total: $100,000

Laura Byrne
Laura Byrne
Laura’s love for esports started when she attended her first event back in 2015. After a few years of working in corporate events, she decided to turn her passion into a career. She now works as an esports journalist covering anything esports-related, from League of Legends to the industry at large.