Mobile network Three is inviting players in the UK to participate in the Fortnite Trinity Challenge and unlock an exclusive new skin.
This new Fortnite Trios tournament will give players in the EU server region the opportunity to be the first to win the Trinity Trooper Outfit.
Gamers can play up to 10 matches in the three-hour tournament window with their trio. The top-performing trios in EU will unlock the new Trinity Trooper Outfit (both styles).
Additionally, those who compete in at least five matches will earn the Trinity Impact and Trinity Overload Emoticons.
This tournament is to celebrate the integration of 3Pay in Fortnite, a way for UK customers to pay for V-Bucks and other items via their Three mobile bill.
Gamers who miss out on winning the Trinity Trooper Outfit will be able to grab it from the Fortnite Item Shop at a later date and charge it to their mobile phone bill.
Fortnite players on Android, PC and console are eligible to participate in the tournament, which goes live on Sunday March 14th.
Andrew Foy, director of new products and propositions at Three UK, said: “We are excited to be partnering with Epic on the upcoming Trios Tournament within one of its leading titles, Fortnite.
“We have simplified the overall experience by offering our customers the ability to charge in-game items and enhancements direct to their mobile bill.”
The tournament is a result of a group-wide collaboration between CKH Innovation Opportunities Development (CKHIOD), a unit of CK Hutchison’s telecom division that owns Three, and Epic Games, the developer behind Fortnite.
Full details on the tournament can be found at fn.gg/TrinityTrooper
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