An epic competition is about to go down as part of E3 2018 and it has everything to do with Fortnite: Battle Royale.

Originally announced in May, developer Epic Games is hosting a Fortnite: Battle Royale pro-am competition that mixes pro players with various kinds of celebrities to compete in a battle royale experience for charity.

How Does the Match Work?

There are 50 teams of two, which means that the competition will happen in a localized instance of the “Duos” match type in Fortnite: Battle Royale. From the looks of it, this competition will take place in a single match, which means that as soon as both players are eliminated, then so are their chances at victory.

Anyone who knows this game also knows how unpredictable it is, so hopefully, the teams prepared. Match lengths vary, but the entire competition could potentially last more than 20 minutes.

As far as anyone knows, there are no other rules or conditions in place, but it’s entirely possible that Epic Games set this specific match up in some unique way.

What Do the Winners Get?

Whichever team wins the competition will get a Golden Pick Axe trophy, which is pretty cool, but the $3 million in prize money donated to the charity of their choice is even cooler.

Who’s Competing?

Here’s a complete list of every pairing in the competition:

  • Ninja & Marshmello
  • Myth & Paul George
  • Pokimane & Desiigner
  • Markiplier & Joel McHale
  • Gotaga & Demetrious Johnson
  • Ali-A & Pete Wentz
  • Willyrex & Prince Royce
  • XpertThief & Janina Gavankar
  • Nadeshot & Tyron Woodley
  • One_Shot_Gurl & Jack Falahee
  • King Richard & JT Brown
  • StoneMountain64 & Jordan Fisher
  • Berkcan & Ryan Cartwright
  • Darkness429 & Marcus Scribner
  • Orkun & Jordyn Jones
  • CDNThe3rd & Xavier Woods
  • Lachlan & Robbie Amell
  • Muselk & Liam McIntyre
  • LOLiTO FDEZ & Ron Funches
  • Jeriicho & Dillon Francis
  • Cizzorz & Reggie Jackson
  • NoahJ456 & Madilyn Bailey
  • Skyyart & Nathan Kress
  • SypherPK & Tarik Cohen
  • Izak Live & Drezo
  • Elrubius & PartyNextDoor
  • SSSniperWolf & Terrence Ross
  • TimtheTatMan & Mack Wilds
  • Valkyrae & Murda Beatz
  • Summit1G & Kenneth Faried
  • Vikkstar123 & Ty Dolla $ign
  • NickMercs & Andre Drummond
  • Lirik & Rahul Kohli
  • GoldGlove & Witt Lowry
  • LoserFruit & The Backpack Kid
  • TBNRFrags & Lil Yachty
  • KittyPlays & Chandler Riggs
  • TryMacs & Echo Kellum
  • Nadanial & NickKim
  • DreadZTV1 & ARTV
  • Kinstarr & Sean O’Malley
  • Friz & Geoffrey Arend
  • Typical Gamer & Vince Staples
  • HandOfBlood & Jon Heder
  • YT2Tap & Jawnha
  • Samara Redway & Cyrus Spencer
  • FemSteph & Franz Drameh
  • Nanaka & Tenchim
  • Bokyeom & Acau
  • Patriota & Kyla Drew
The 'Fortnite' pro-am competition at E3 will be on Tuesday.
The 'Fortnite' pro-am competition at E3 will be on Tuesday.

What Time Does It Start?

The official word is that the event starts at 3:30 p.m. local time, which means 6:30 p.m. Eastern time

However, the unofficial word is that the pre-show starts at 6 p.m. with formal competition beginning at 7 p.m., so feel free to tune in early if you want to enjoy some pre-competition chatter.

TV set in 'Fortnite: Battle Royale'.
Where can you watch the 'Fortnite' pro-am competition? Not on this TV.

Where Can You Watch?