Fall Flash Prizing Terms and Conditions

Offer Qualifying Period: Offer valid for the one-day “Fall Flash” event on August 19th. The event will contain one scheduled match of six games, for each region.

Offer Eligibility: Offer and participation in the Fall Flash event is limited to registered players who enroll in any collegiate League in the Fall 2021 season. Players must register to PlayVS College and enroll in a Fall 2021 League before August 17th, 11:59 pm PDT.

To participate in a collegiate League and to be eligible for the cash prizes, you must be a current student of and enrolled at an accredited U.S. college or university, CEGEP (College of General and Vocational Education) Colleges or any university in Canada, with the exception of any university located in Quebec (each, an “Eligible University”).

Players must be enrolled in any collegiate League in the Fall 2021 season to be eligible for the Fall Flash event. Players are not specifically required to be enrolled in a Fortnite Solos league.

Fortnite players who change their Epic user name at any point during the event will be ineligible to win any prize.

Players found to be in violation of eligibility requirements and the Fall Flash Rulebook will be disqualified from receiving prizing.

Prizes: Fortnite solos teams will be eligible to win cash prizes based on placement, according to the Yunite Tournament Leaderboard. Prizing is separated by the North America East (NAE) and North America West (NAW) regions according to the following table:

Placement

NA East: $3000

NA West: $2000

1st

$400

$300

2nd

$350

$225

3rd

$300

$150

4th

$250

$125

5th

$250

$125

6th

$200

$125

7th

$200

$125

8th

$150

$125

9th

$150

$100

10th

$125

$100

11th

$125

$100

12th

$125

$100

13th

$125

$100

14th

$125

$100

15th

$125

$100

General: PlayVS reserves the right to alter/end Fall Flash at any time and for any reason. Fall Flash participation and prizing eligibility is open to College students (i.e. enrolled in an accredited College for the 2021-2022 scholastic school year) in the United States and Canada.

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