Nick Eh 30 announces a $20,000 USD Zero Build invitational. Here is everything you need to know.

After coming out of his successful collegiate series, Nick Eh 30 is back again with a large Fortnite tournament. This time, it is an invitational with a $20,000 USD prize pool.

Here is all the information we know.

The best Zero Build duo will be revealed in Nick Eh 30’s $20,000 Zero Build invitational

As far as information goes, not too much has been released on the new event. What we do know, is that it is for $20,000 USD and will consist of only 50 duos. This means there is only going to be one lobby.

Whether there will be any open slots for contesters to qualify in is unknown at this time.

The chosen game mode for Nick Eh 30’s invitational is Zero Builds. This comes with no surprise, as Nick Eh 30 has shown quite a bit of love towards the popular new game mode over the past few months since it was released.

Currently, the tournament is set to be held on July 26, 2022. With this date coming up, it is only a matter of time before we find out who our contestants will be.

Regardless, Nick Eh 30’s love for Fortnite shows as he continues to host successful tournaments with Fortnite. More tournaments hosted by Nick Eh 30 should be expected throughout the coming months.

Who are participating in Nick Eh 30’s Fortnite Invitational?

Who are the Nick Eh 30 Invitational Casters?

CasterLash and SanchoWest are the casters for Nick Eh 30’s Fortnite Invitational

When does Nick Eh 30’s Invitational start?

Nick Eh 30 Invitational will kick off on July 26 and feature some of the best content creators in Fortnite

What is the prize pool for Nick Eh 30’s Fortnite Invitational?

Nick Eh 30’s Zero Build Fortnite Invitational will have a $20,000 prize pool.

Where can I watch Nick Eh 30 Invitational?

Nick Eh 30 will stream the $20k tournament here. You can also check out the list of participants here.

Who are participating in Nick Eh 30 Fortnite Invitational?

Check out the list of participants here.

Prize Pool Distribution

The total Prize pool for the tournament is $20,000. Here’s the prize pool distribution of the entire event.

  • 1st place: $6,000 / $3,000 per player
  • 2nd place: $4,000 / $2,000 per player
  • 3rd place: $2,800 / $1,400 per player
  • 4th place: $2,000 / $1,000 per player
  • 5th place: $1,600 / $800 per player
  • 6th place: $1,400 / $700 per player
  • 7th place: $1,200 / $600 per player
  • 8th place: 1,000 / $500 per player

Points System

  • 1st: 33
  • 2nd: 29
  • 3rd: 26
  • 4th: 24
  • 5th: 22
  • 6th: 20
  • 7th: 19
  • 8th: 18
  • 9th: 17
  • 10th: 16
  • 11th: 15
  • 12th: 14
  • 13th: 13
  • 14th: 12
  • 15th: 11
  • 16th: 10
  • 17th: 9
  • 18th: 8
  • 19th: 7
  • 20th: 6
  • 21st: 5
  • 22nd: 4
  • 23rd: 3
  • 24th: 2
  • 25th: 1
  • 26th – 50th: 0
  • Elim Points: 2

Nick Eh 30’s past tournaments

Only a month ago, Nick Eh 30 hosted a collegiate Fortnite event. This allowed college students to compete for a large prize pool. Nick Eh 30 is known for wanting to give back to the community. Tournaments such as these are a prime example of just that.

Regardless if you play Forntite or not, Nick’s devotion toward the competitive community should not go unnoticed. With more tournaments being held that include collegiate players, we should expect to see the Fortnite competitive community continue to thrive.

Nick Eh 30 has also had multiple tournaments hosted through Twitch Rivals.

Stay tuned to esports.gg for the latest Fortnite news and updates.

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Bryson Maddock is an avid esports enthusiast and writer who has developed a strong connection with the world of esports. Outside of writing, Bryson also is a professional esports caster and developed twitch streamer.