Fortnite’s fall collegiate season has been announced. Found out all the details including format, schedule and where to sign up!

Get ready to jump off that battle bus, college gamers. The official schedule for Fortnite’s collegiate fall competitive season is here.

Dates: Get yourself ready for the next Fortnite Collegiate Cup!

The fall collegiate season for Fortnite is among us, as Epic has posted the official dates on their website. Here is the official schedule and their designated game modes.

September 7: Trios Zero Build
September 8: Solo Battle Royale
October 5: Trios Zero Build
October 6: Solo Battle Royale
November 2: Trios Zero Build
November 3: Solo Battle Royale

Players will be competing during each event for cash prizes, and every player that competes will get an exclusive cosmetic.

The most exciting part about these tournaments is the different game modes. Collegiate players will have the chance to play Fortnite as a solo and in a trio. Not the best builder? No problem. Even a few Zero Build tournaments will be taking place.

Collegiate Fortnite is on the rise, with events such as the Nick Eh 30 Collegiate Invitational in June drawing attention. What is more, the top 3 finishers at TimTheTatman’s Hoedown $100 Zero Build Tournament on July 17th were all collegiate players! (Benk_live, RottenTwinkies and Pfluger)

If you are a college student looking to get involved, here is how to register!

Fortnite has teamed up with College Carball Association (CCA) to bring collegiate players a unique and fun competitive semester like no other. Are you interested in signing up for the fall season? Register now at or by September 1, 2022.

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Also, there is a CCA Discord in which players can join to keep themselves up to date with all the latest and greatest Fortnite collegiate news. Don’t hesitate to get involved or share the link with a friend!

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