As the Mythic Royale for Apex Legends draws to a conclusion, it's time to ready the drop for Fortnite!

There is up to R25,000 cash up for grabs thanks to our partners at AntecCrucialMSI and Redragon. The Fortnite tournament for duos will start with a guaranteed prize pool of R15,000, with another R10,000 cash allocated to community goals.

Registrations are now open for all qualifiers.


All the stages in this Fortnite series will be hosted from 14h00 on Sunday as follows:

All the action will be streamed live on the ACGL YouTube channel.


The Mythic Royale Fortnite Duos Series starts with a guaranteed R15,000 cash prize pool. This prize pool can be boosted by an additional R10,000 via a number of community goals.

An additional R2,000 cash will be added to the tournament prize pool for each of the following community goals achieved between 11 May and 19 June:

  • A social media reach of one million on #MythicRoyale
  • At least 40 confirmed duos per qualifier
  • 150 Twitter retweets of the announcement video
  • Over 100 concurrent viewers in a livestream
  • Over 100 Fortnite matchfinder matches completed

All ACGL registered users can also enter the monthly product giveaways via the Loot system, social media giveaways and more. Compete in any tournament and match on our site and you will earn Embers to enter the giveaways.


Registrations are now open for Mythic Royale, and entry is free. Remember that for every match completed via the ACGL site, players will be rewarded with Embers. These Embers can be used to enter Mythic loot random giveaways. The more you enter, the higher your chances of winning. Each match completed also counts towards progress in our Apocalypse season battle pass and the digital rewards on offer.

To follow or talk about the series (as well as ensure community goals are met), please use the campaign hashtag: #MythicRoyale.

For more information about the #MythicRoyale tournament powered by MSI, Antec, Redragon and Crucial, including dates and rules, or the registration page, please visit

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