Legacy Esports launches Fortnite: Pros vs Public with Mogul

Legacy Esports is launching an exciting, new Fortnite: Public vs Pros tournament in partnership with Mogul.

Each week, members of the public can be pitted against professional Legacy Esports players to test their Fortnite skills and see if they too have what it takes to go pro.

As well as taking part in this once in a lifetime opportunity, there is a Razer laptop and Razer Silver on the line for the victors.

Registrations for this free tournament series are now open and consist of five weekly qualifier rounds on Thursday evenings, kicking off on Thursday, May 30. Register here.

The top ten players from each qualifier, decided on points, will take their place in the final event on Thursday, July 4.

Each week, Legacy Esports Fortnite players will also compete in the matches and engage with their fans through the Mogul’s tournament platform.

Legacy Esports Chief Operating Officer, Nigel Smart is pleased to be a part of the teams model on Mogul.

“Legacy Esports is proud to be able to host their own tournament on Mogul, uncover new esports talents and boost the upcoming esports players,” Smart said.

“This tournament also allows us to connect with our fans like never before.”

Mogul, who is committed to expanding the Australian esports scene, launched their Australian Apex Open last month with a prize pool of AU$35,000.

Mogul’s Chief Strategy and Commercial Officer, Jamie Skella, is thrilled to support upcoming players in the flourishing Oceania scene.

“This landmark event for Australian Fortnite players further reinforces Mogul’s devotion to supporting and empowering grassroots players – amateur through to semi-pro – by giving players a platform to test their skills, win prizes, and get noticed by top teams like Legacy Esports,” Skella said.

Follow Legacy Esports on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates on the Legacy Pros vs Public tournament series.

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