Epic Games has announced that they'll be giving away tons of cash prizes to "Fortnite: Battle Royale" players this year and the competition already started with "Fortnite World Cup Online Opens" that went live almost a month ago. Now, Epic Games is notching up the challenge by introducing a new style of trials that focuses on creativity and allows players to win prizes based on their ridiculous trickshotting skills.

The Creative World Cup

If you're an avid "Fortnite" player, then you probably know about the online open qualifiers, otherwise known as the Arena mode, that lets players compete for the massive prize pool set by Epic Games.

Top players from all over the world will gather at the World Cup Finals that will be held in New York City from July 26 to July 28. The best players will face off each other for the place in the $30M prize pool.

"Fortnite Creative World Cup" is somewhat similar to this competition but players will have to get creative in order to the prize. The competition was officially announced by popular Twitch streamer Tyler "Ninja" Blevins in a video that explained all the rules for the competition.

The Creative Mode challenges players to land shots on four "Bosses" in a creative island that crafter by "Fortnite" players BluDrive and KKSlider. Multiple targets have been placed on the bosses and players have to land the shots on these target in style.

To spice up the competition, the map also contains mobility items such as the Grappler, Shadow Bombs, and the Shockwave grenade. Vehicles such as the Hoverboard and the Quadcrasher can also be found on the map and players can ride them to pull off even more awesome trick shots.

How to enter the world cup?

Any "Fortnite" player can submit his or her entry for the world cup by downloading the map on their creative island, recording their best trick shot, and submitting it on Twitter with the #ninjacreativetrials hashtag.

Ninja himself will be judging the clips to determine the best trick shots. Players will have to do 360s, no-scopes, and hit as many targets as possible in a single run to increase their chances for entering the creative cup. There are certain rules for submitting the clips and some of them are listed below:

  • Only one trick shot submission per person
  • The clip must feature the custom map that appears in Ninja's announcement video
  • Players should not take help from other players
  • The clip has to be recorded in-game and not in replay mode
  • The length of the clip should be 30 seconds or less
  • All entries must be sent in before 12:00 am (EST) on May 24

Here's the announcement video:

Lots of players have been posting amazing trick shots on Twitter after the announcement, so you'll have to get creative and hit the targets in style in order to qualify for the world cup.