It is no secret that the return of the fan-favorite Friday Fortnite tournament series in 2019 from competitive gaming platform UMG has been a major success. While the Friday Fortnite tournament was seeing a large amount of success in its first few weeks, the week of August 9th is shaping up to be one of the event's best. This round of competition will be taking place today, and we have the bracket, start time, and live stream for the highly anticipated August 9th competition covered for you in one spot.
Friday Fortnite August 9th Bracket
The August 9th tournament bracket will see a multitude of high-profile content creators from the likes of Twitch and YouTube and other popular individuals from the entertainment world competing against one another to secure the latest Friday Fortnite championship of 2019. The live bracket embed for the August 9th Friday Fortnite tournament can be found below. This field of competitors will be updated with live results throughout the competition.
Friday Fortnite August 9th Start Time
All of the action from the bracket is scheduled to begin at the time of 1 PM PST/ 3 PM CST/ 4 PM EST on August 9th through the official live stream broadcasted on the UMG Twitch channel. As with previous editions of the popular tournament, this week's event will likely last several hours before a championship duo can take the top spot in the final standings and collect the championship.
Friday Fortnite August 9th Live Stream
The competitors of this week's bracket will be streaming their point of view throughout their time spent playing in the tournament. However, fans will be able to get comprehensive coverage of all of the bracket action on the official live stream for the tournament. An embedded version of this live stream can be found below.
With a plethora of highly popular players competing with and against each other for thousands of dollars and the title of Friday Fortnite champions in this week's bracket and live stream, the August 9th event is set to be a truly exciting show that no one will want to miss when its start time arrives.