North America | 2v2 Deathmatch

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The Format

1v1

Players from both teams should add each other on PSN, create a party and play the Duo gamemode. The player with most kills in the match will be declared Champion. Final placements are not considered unless the match is a tie-game.

2v2

Players from both teams should add each other on PSN, create a party and play the Squad gamemode. The duo with most kills in the match will be declared Champion. Final placements are not considered unless the match is a tie-game.
 

Ties

If both teams obtain the same amount of kills in a game, the player or duo who lives longer will be awarded the win [final placement].

In the unlikely event that the game is won and all players survive, and all players/teams have the same amount of kills, the team that made the final kill will win the game.
 

Disconnecting

If you disconnect during a game the number of kills you had will stand however your disconnection will be treated as the time at which you died.

If a player disconnects on the pre-game island, then the other players must leave the game and host up the lobby again,  if it happens again the 2nd time then the game must continue.

 

Intentional Team-Killing

Teams may work together however, members are not allowed to cause the death of any opponent they're competing against. This includes team-kiling. Players can steal weapons or play selfish.
 

No-Shows

The No Show grace period time is 20 minutes after the match's original start time. This means, teams have 20 minutes from the match scheduled time to send a friend request, accept the friend request and join the game. Failure to do so will result in a forfeit. To report a no show please create a ticket under ‘no show’ (found on the match details page) and upload proof of your friend request not being accepted, your team in the lobby and the time on your console or PC.
 

Proof

After each match, you must ensure you take proof otherwise you may not be awarded the win (don’t forget, that the admin was not in-game and does not know what happened – you must be able to convince them).

When taking proof, please ensure you take the following:

• Final placement.

• Final number of kills.

• Proof that your opponent has died and their number of kills 
 

Console & Playstation

Mouse and Keyboard are not allowed on console and will result in a forfeit. PC must play on the PC platform and cannot cross-play to PS4.
 

Hosting

From the match details page (the page with rosters, maps and times) you will see match host. The host's region in the game settings must match the ladder region on the website otherwise it may result in a forfeit. Both teams are responsible for sending friend requests to the opposition.
 

Regions

Teams may play cross-region but please ensure you use the correct server when playing.

All tournaments that are listed in a BST timezone must use the European server.

All tournaments that are listed in an EST timezone must use the North American server.


 

Rosters

A green eligibility icon will be displayed once you are eligible. All PSN ID's/Gamertags/Epic Usernames on a team's roster must be valid. The account must be legitimately owned by the user on the roster. If a team uses an ineligible player in a match they will forfeit the map the ineligible player participated in. Proof must be shown to support any claims of an ineligible player playing in a match.
 

What is best of 1, best of 3, best of 5 and so on?

A best of one game means that you and your opponents play one game of Fortnite: Battle Royale. In other words, both players join the lobby and play one game of Fortnite; the team with the most kills wins the match. A best of three game simply means you play three games of Battle Royale and the team that wins two games out of three, wins the match. Again, the same idea is used for a best of five game -five games of Fortnite will be played.
 

False Reporting / Disputing

If you lose your game, please fairly report your loss. All that is going to happen, is that your account will be banned and you'll miss out the start of Season 1 with prizes & miss out on all our upcoming tournaments and leagues.
 

Cheating

Cheating Teams caught cheating, glitching, hacking or abusing in-game mechanics in any way, may forfeit the map, match or be banned at a staff members discretion. Teams caught boosting wins on the ladder will be permanently banned from the website.

 

FAQ

What happens if both my opponent and I have no kills? The team who survived longest wins.

What happens if we both survive, win the game and have the same number of kills? The team who got the last kill wins.

Can my opponent follow me and steal my kills? Albeit not the best tactic, yes it is allowed.

Does my opponent have to revive me? No, they do not have to revive you if you go down.

What happens if I disconnect mid-game? Unfortunately, the result will stand.