FNCS 2023 Global Championship Betting Insights: Odds & Tips

Published: Oct 10, 2023

After an exciting new Fortnite season supported by BLAST, the FNCS 2023 Global Championship is finally here. Accordingly, $4,000,000 of prize and the best Fortnite players in the world makes this an exciting betting opportunity – more in our FNCS 2023 Global Championship betting insights!

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Event Overview

Here are the fundamentals of the event to consider for Fortnite betting:

VenueCopenhagen, Royal Arena, Denmark
Prize $4,000,000
Start Date13th October
End Date15th October

FNCS 2023 Global Championship Outright Odds

As a battle royale, with 74 teams competing, outright tournament Fortnite betting odds are a great option for any Fortnite betting.

Speaking of which, here are the top 15 FNCS Global Championship teams according to the GG.Bet outright odds as the time of writing:

FNCS Global Championship DuoGG.Bet Outright Odds

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Tournament Format

Overall, the format involves of three stages, boiling down the original 74 teams to a few Grand Finalists.

Here are the three stages:

  • Upper Bracket – 13/10 – 50 duos qualified from Majors, 5 matches, top 25 move on to Grand Finals, bottom 25 seed to Lower Bracket
  • Lower Bracket – 14/10 – 25 duos from Upper Bracket and 24 duos from Last Chance Major, 5 matches, top 25 move on to Grand Finals, bottom 25 eliminated
  • Grand Finals – 15/10 – 25 duos from Upper Bracket and 25 from Lower Bracket, 6 matches

FNCS 2023 Global Championship Betting Insights: Odds & Tips

At every stage, the scoring system is based on placement and eliminations. Here are non-placement points:

  • Elimination Points – 4
  • Team secures a Forecast Tower – 3
  • Team captures Rift Loot Island – 15

In addition, there are placement points for all 50 possible positions:

FinishPlacement PointsFinishPlacement Points

While it may seem extensive, it’s worth knowing as a reference before placing any FNCS Global Championship bets.


The schedule for the FNCS Global Championship looks to very dense, with 16 matches spread across three days.

With regards to the schedule, there are a number of broadcasts for multiple languages. Here’s the schedule for the English Broadcast:

  • Day 1 (Upper Bracket) – 13/10 – 4PM CET/10AM ET
  • Day 2 (Lower Bracket) – 14/10 – 4PM CET/10AM ET
  • Day 3 (Grand Finals) – 15/10 – 4PM CET/10 AM ET

Prize Pool

With a whopping $4,000,000 on the line, here’s the breakdown of the prize pool for the top 5 finishing teams:


FNCS 2023 Global Championship Predictions

FNCS 2023 Global Championship Betting Insights: Odds & Tips

Predictions for the FNCS Global Championship are a little tricky.

That’s because all season long, the competition has been divided into six regions, with their own respective events and Majors.

Regardless, one clear prediction is that the favourite duos all feature in the Upper Bracket of the competition, featuring favourites such as Kami/Setty, Acorn/Cold and Ajerss/Khanada.

Bearing this in mind, it looks to be an equal playing field with a number of favourites from many regions – making for some exciting Fortnite betting opportunities using esports betting sites.

Gabriel Sciberras

Since: February 7, 2023

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