That’s a lot of V-Bucks.

The upcoming Fortnite World Cup and other Fortnite events that will take place across 2019 will share a $100 million prize pool.

Announced by Epic Games, the the lead up to the Fortnite World Cup includes ten weekly online open qualifiers from April 13 – June 16. Each week, $1 million will be on the line for eligible Fortnite players, with broadly distributed payouts.

Ultimately, the top 100 solo players and the top 50 duos teams from around the world will take part in the Fortnite World Cup Finals in New York City from July 26-28. Here, a $30 million prize pool is up for grabs. Each participant will be guaranteed at least $50,000, while the solo cup champion will earn a cool $3 million.

For non-Battle Royale players, Epic Games is hosting additional events at the Fortnite World Cup Finals with custom challenges in different modes and formats. Beyond the Fortnite World Cup, Epic will continue to award $1 million in cash tournaments weekly through the end of 2019. These tournaments will feature a wide variety of modes and formats.

To participate in any Fortnite competition, players must be at least 13 years or older. Players between 13-17 must have permission from a parent or legal guardian, and all players must be in good standing with respect to any Epic accounts they may use.

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Colin Stevens is a news writer for IGN. Follow him on Twitter.

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