MrBeast is collaborating with eFuse to organize an exclusive Fortnite Tournament named the Creator League, bringing together eight influencers and esports professionals for this competitive event. Here’s all you need to know to follow the action.
While Jimmy ‘MrBeast’ Donaldson is renowned as YouTube’s top independent creator in terms of subscribers, his interests extend beyond producing high-budget videos. Apart from expressing his desire to acquire a team in the LCS and demonstrating interest in joining the NACL, MrBeast is now establishing his own league alongside other prominent influencers.
In partnership with eFuse, MrBeast and a group of distinguished creators are venturing into the competitive gaming realm with a massive Fortnite tournament. Here are the key details that have been revealed so far:
MrBeast is stepping into the esports landscape with a venture called the Creator League, driven by influencers. What is MrBeast’s Creator League?
The Creator League is a tournament series guided by influencers, where well-known creators will lead individual esports teams across various popular titles. These influencers will collaborate with their communities to make crucial decisions that will impact their teams’ destinies. Who is part of MrBeast’s Creator League?
The confirmed influencers participating in the Creator League include:
- Bella Poarch
- Vinnie Hacker
- Optic Gaming (Scump & Hecz)
How does the Creator League function?
Fans can acquire a community pass for their preferred team, granting them access to an open qualifier tournament. Successful participants from the qualifier will have the opportunity to compete in the League alongside their favorite creators.
Passholders will also be able to influence “critical decisions” that will shape the League’s direction. These decisions include team strategies and player drafts. Additionally, passholders will be eligible for exclusive giveaways, merchandise releases, event access, Q&A sessions with creators, and entry into a private Discord server.
These passes are priced at $19.99 each, offering fans the chance to assist their chosen creators in assembling their ideal team roster, in addition to the aforementioned perks. The Creator League offers a year-round schedule of tournaments and events with significant prizes, commencing with Season 1.
Season 1 consists of four splits, with the first taking place from September 8 to October 5. During Split 1, teams will engage in 3v3 zero-build Fortnite tournaments featuring game modes like Hardpoint, Capture the Flag, and Oddball.
Moreover, an open qualifier tournament with a $50,000 prize pool will allow fans to secure their spot in the League and compete for a portion of the $200,000 prize pool allocated for Split 1’s main event. Creator League Season 1 Schedule
The Creator League kicks off on September 8 with a three-day open qualifier tournament that concludes on September 10.
On September 13, the creators will host a one-hour live show, during which they will draft their teams with the input of fans who possess community passes.
The League’s official launch takes place on September 19, marked by its inaugural competitive Fortnite event. Where to Watch the Creator League
Fans have the option to watch the Creator League on the individual Twitch channels of participating creators. Additionally, the League will be livestreamed on eFuse’s official Twitch channel.
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