The Electronics & Gaming Expo hits CTICC on 27 to 29 July and we will be bringing Fortnite to life over the weekend.

We will be hosting a variety of Fortnite events which include a limited entry 1v1 tournament with R2,500 cash up for grabs, a BYO LAN option and a variety of King of the Hill and challenge events. Should you want to compete in any of the Fortnite events, you will need at least an expo day pass for that day or a weekend pass.


On Saturday (28 July) we will be hosting two heats for competitors to play in. There is a 16-player cap per heat and each heat will offer a R1,000 cash prize pool. The top two players from each heat will return at 17h00 on Saturday to compete for another R500 cash up for grabs.

This tournament will be played on console with equipment supplied. The entire tournament will be played on the console stage, so competitors and spectators should report there on the day.

Players need to secure their spot via pre-registration but walk-ins will be allowed should there be spots available on the day.




  • Matches from 17h00

Prize pool per heat: R1,000 | First: R750 | Second: R250
An additional R500 goes to the winner of the championship playoff.


On Sunday (29 July), we will host a multi-platform BYO Fortnite event. Up for grabs will be sponsored products and a chance to enjoy Fornite in a social environment. 

We will allow 16 players to participate per platform: PC | PlayStation 4 | Xbox One

An additional 16 PS4 slots will be retained for the players in the Call of Duty tournament who are not participating in Championship Sunday.


  • Check-in: 10:00 to 10:45
  • Matches: From 11:00


On Friday, Fortnite will feature as a King of the Hill event and as part of the School's Day tournaments. These are both first-come-first-served with the school's tournament restricted to school pupils only.

Please note that to fully secure your spot in any of the competitions you should send us a photo of your ticket (to to confirm. Walk-ins will be accepted as long as the entry cap has not been reached, however, preference will be given in the following order: confirmed pre-registered players, unconfirmed pre-registered players and then walk-ins.

Registrations are also open for the Call of Duty: WWII LAN tournament (with R46,000 in cash up for grabs). The fighting games and the FIFA 18 tournament registrations are also open. Details of our special school tournaments on the Friday can be found here.

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