Chipotle is offering Fortnite players a year-supply of burritos and $30,000

It must be a match made in heaven because Chipotle and Fortnite are at it again. 

The Fortnite Chipotle Challenger Series is back for its fourth iteration starting in November. The online gaming tournament will grant lucky winning teams a year of free burritos and three cash awards of $5,000, $15,000 and $30,000.

There will be a number of popular streamers including Bugha and Nick Eh 30 who will be at the Twitch event. But there are also a few caveats for those looking to join in on the fun. 

The competition is only available to PC gamers, however, there is a way for console players to participate. They’ll need a PC user to join their team as party leader and set everything up. All players must be 13 years old or older. 

The qualifiers are set to start on Nov. 24 and Dec. 3 with the Chipotle Challenger VI Finale on Dec. 8. According to Fortnite Intel, 1,000 teams of three will be chosen and the top four in each round of qualifiers will head to the finals. 

The finals are where things are expected to get a little crazy since players will compete against Fortnite streamers, pro players and celebrity fans (most of which have not been revealed yet). 

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