Fortnite Summer Skirmish resumes July 21 at 1 p.m. EDT, so we’re here to get you caught up on the latest standings, rules, streamers and places to watch the event. Those who missed Friday night’s action can get a quick recap below.


Where to Watch and Stream ‘Fortnite’ Summer Skirmish

Just like last week, Fortnite Summer Skirmish is viewable on Twitch and YouTube. The Twitch stream is embedded below.

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‘Fortnite’ Summer Showdown Standings, Leaderboard & Results

Fortnite Summer Slkirmish standings day 1 The standings for ‘Fortnite’ Summer Skirmish after Day 1 Epic Games

For those who missed Friday’s action, here’s what the standings look like heading into Day 2.

  1. IDropz_Bodies: 184 Points
  2. Faze Cloak: 165 Points
  3. Nicmerics: 159 Points
  4. NRG Zayt: 149 Points
  5. ReverLOL: 149 Points
  6. Typical Gamer: 147 Points
  7. NotVivid: 147 Points
  8. LiquidChap: 147 Points
  9. Twitch.Blootea: 146 Points
  10. TSM_DaeQuan 145 Points
  11. IM_MURKSMAN: 145 Points
  12. Symfuhny: 143 Points
  13. Reverse2K_TV: 143 Points
  14. Ninja: 140 Points
  15. Liquid Poach: 137 Points
  16. Not Tfue: 136 Points

These standings are accurate after 10 matches of play on day one of two. We’ll continue to update them as best we can throughout the matches today.


‘Fortnite’ Summer Skirmish Rules

In this week’s two-day competition, the highest score after 10 matches wins. Points are awarded as follows:

  • Victory Royale: Five Points
  • Eliminations: One Point each
  • 20 or more Eliminations: 10 Points + a $10,000 Bonus
  • Most Eliminations in one match: $50,000

In addition, prize money will be split at flat rates for the placements listed below:

  • First: $60,000
  • Second: $48,000
  • Third: 40,000
  • Fourth: $36,000
  • Fifth: $32,000
  • Sixth: 28,000
  • Seventh: $24,000
  • Eighth: $20,000
  • Ninth: $18,000
  • 10th: $14,000
  • 11th-15th: $10,000
  • 16th-20th: $6,000


‘Fortnite’ Summer Skirmish Week 2 Players

Here are the streamers participating in Day 2 on Saturday: If you want to follow a specific streamer during the matches, click the corresponding Twitch link below.

That’s all there is to know about Fortnite Summer Skirmish so far. Over the next eight weeks, Epic will host weekly tournaments awarding a total of $8 million to competitors. Participants include popular streamers, but a small portion of the roster also comes from Fortnite’s public Showdown limited-time modes as well. The next Showdown is set to begin July 27.

Fortnite is in early access across PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC and iOS.

What’s your take on Fortnite’s Summer Skirmish so far? Are you surprised by the current standings and Friday’s results? Tell us in the comments section!

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