Get the Wonder Woman skin early with her own Cup event

The superheroes are continuing to come to the Fortnite island thick and fast, and it's time for the Fortnite Wonder Woman Cup.

As always seems to happen, the Wonder Woman skin leaked on Twitter shortly before the Cup was revealed.

Below, we've got all the details you need on the cup if you're looking to get involved.

LATEST - First look at Wonder Woman in-game

We have our first look a Wonder Woman in the item shop in Fortnite. She isn't available to purchase yet but the skin looks AMAZING and continues Fortnite's excellent track record with superhero skins.

Fortnite Wonder Woman Cup Start Date & Time

As explained on the Epic Games website, the Wonder Woman Cup will begin on August 18, 2021, which is in just a couple of days.

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While the start time hasn't been officially confirmed just yet, it should begin in the afternoon your local time, at around 6pm. We'll confirm once that's revealed though.

How to Enter & Rules

The rules are pretty basic. "You and your partner will have three hours to complete up to 10 matches and earn as many points as possible."

If you log into Fortnite Battle Royale and scroll to the Compete tab at the time the Wonder Woman Cup goes live, you'll be able to enter.

Wonder Woman Skin Rewards

The official description of the cup says the following: "The top performing teams in each region will receive the Wonder Woman Outfit and Diana’s Mantle Back Bling. Any team that earns eight points or more will also receive the Honorary Amazons Loading Screen."

Therefore, you'll get the Wonder Woman skin to use in-game 24 hours early, and for free. If you don't perform well enough, you'll be able to buy the bundle from the item store from August 19.

As always, you "must have Two-Factor Authentication enabled on their Epic account and be at account level 30 or above" to take part in the Wonder Woman Cup this week. Get that sorted before the tournament begins so that you don't lose any time.

There's also an update set to go live this week, so you'll have to download that first.

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