Update: Epic Games has denied they have any affiliation with the Fortnite Champions Tour, as PR director Nick Chester stated he had "never seen this before."
The jury is still out on who exactly is planning this weekly event, then, but whoever it is has the budget (or cojones) to use trademarked branding on their promotional truck.
Nope. Not related to Epic. I’ve never seen this before. Please correct or delete.— Snake Chester (@nickchester) June 12, 2018
Original story: Hints of a competitive Fortnite circuit have been spotted ahead of E3 this week as trucks emblazoned with Fortnite Champions Tour were snapped around the Los Angeles venue.
Epic Games promised a $100 million investment in Fortnite's burgeoning esports scene last month, and it would appear they may be making good on that offer with a weekly tour of competitive play.
The Fortnite Champions Tour truck, caught on camera by FaZe Clan member Dennis 'Cloak' Lepore, suggests games will take place in 50 cities across 50 Sundays, syncing up with that first year investment Epic had planned.
Epic Games has a considerable presence at E3 this year, including a Pro-Am tournament set to take place on Tuesday where several large announcements are slated to take place.
One of which, that Fortnite will soon be playable on the Nintendo Switch, has already made its way out into the wild, and it seems the leaks don't stop there.
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