Play Fortnite with Legacy Esports in its Fortnite Pros vs Public tournament

Following the announcement of their partnership, Mogul and Legacy Esports have revealed details of their first tournament series.

The Legacy Esports Fortnite Pros vs Public tournament begins this week. It sees Legacy Esports Fortnite players compete in matches with fans through Mogul’s tournament platform.

Each week, Fortnite players can play against the Legacy Esports pros and see if they have the skills to go pro themselves. There are also prizes up for grabs including a Razer laptop and Razer silver.

Fortnite Legacy Esports

Registration to the five week event is free and open now. Qualifiers will be held on Thursday evenings with the first one kicking off tomorrow.

In each qualifier, the top ten ranked players will be invited to compete in the final to be held on July 4, 2019. Rankings will be based on points and registrations are available at this link.

Legacy Esports players will also be included in the matches with its CEO Nigel Smart saying that the organisation is “proud to be able to host their own tournament on Mogul, uncover new esports talents and boost the upcoming esports players. This tournament also allows us to connect with our fans like never before.”

Mogul’s Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer, Jamie Skella said;

This landmark event for Australian Fortnite players further reinforces Mogul’s devotion to supporting and empowering grassroots players – amateur through to semi-pro – by giving players a platform to test their skills, win prizes, and get noticed by top teams like Legacy Esports.

If you’re keen to get involved, make sure you register and get ready to compete on Thursday nights.

Leo Stevenson
Leo Stevenson
I've been playing games for the past 27 years and have been writing for almost as long. Combining two passions in the way I'm able is a true privilege. PowerUp! is a labour of love and one I am so excited to share.

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