Fortnite and TikTok partner to host emote contest
Create the new craze!
What you need to know
- Fortnite and TikTok are partnering together to create the Emote Royale Contest.
- Players can create their own personalized dance and upload it to TikTok, with the chance to have their dance animated into the game.
- Other prizes include 25,000 V-Bucks, real-life swag, and more.
Fortnite is giving players another around the world another chance to help create the latest emote craze.
Fortnite is giving players another around the world another chance to help create the latest emote craze. Over the weekend, Epic announced that the company would be partnering with TikTok to create the Emote Royale Contest.
The contest is pretty straightforward: people looking to participate will have to download the TikTok app, and create and upload a video of themselves performing an original dance for no longer than 15 seconds. The videos will need to be marked with the #EmoteRoyaleContest hashtag and must include the Sponsor-provided Fortnite emote music, which can be added to a clip in the TikTok app or downloaded from Epic's blog.
The contest runs until January 24, where winners will be chosen and animated into an emote for use in Fortnite. Not only will they be immortalized in one of the biggest games ever, but they'll also take home 25,000 V-Bucks to spend in the game, as well as a Fortnite package that has a ton of swag, including:
- NEFF hoodie
- Sprayground crossbody bag
- UNIQLO hoodie
- Jazwares Battle Bus Drone
- Jazwares Glider Drone
- NERF SMG
- Funko Collectible
- Bitty Boomer wireless speaker
- Trends custom lithograph poster
- Dark Fire Xbox Bundle
- Dark Fire PS4 Bundle
- Jenga: Fortnite Edition
- Related: Fortnite Winterfest is here, brings festive gifts, challenges, and more
- Related: Fortnite to show exclusive footage of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
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Anthony Nash has been writing about games and the gaming industry for nearly a decade. When he’s not writing about games, he’s usually playing them. You can find him on Twitter talking about games or sports at @_anthonynash.
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