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How to watch today’s Fortnite event at the Agency online, since it’s already at capacity

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If you aren’t already in a game, you’ll have to watch the event online

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Fortnite’s next big in-game event is happening soon (though it’s already reached capacity, so you’ll need to watch it online if you aren’t in a game). An ominous countdown in the Fortnite lobby, in Midas’ room in the battle pass menu, and above the central Agency building on the map is marking the time until 2:05PM ET. Hopefully, when the countdown reaches zero, Epic Games will treat players to another in-game spectacle on par with the rocket launch, the destruction of beloved landmark Tilted Towers, or the black hole event.

Epic hasn’t said much about what’s to come, but mysterious hatches have appeared in the water around the Agency and a large pulsing orb can be seen in Midas’ room. It seems likely the hatches and the orb will be part of the event in some way, but in a game that has transported players to interdimensional realms, anything is possible.

If you want watch the event online, here’s what you need to know.

When is the Fortnite event?

The Fortnite event at the Agency takes place today, June 15th, at 2:05PM ET.

How do I watch the Fortnite event in-game?

Today’s event has already reached capacity, according to Epic. That means you won’t be able to experience it in-game if you haven’t already gotten into an event match.

Where can I watch the Fortnite event online?

Since the event is full, you might need to catch the event streaming online if you want to experience it live. Epic typically doesn’t stream its events, but many popular Fortnite streamers are broadcasting today’s event on their channels. Here’s a few you can check out:

Streamers and other content creators usually post a replay of the event shortly after it’s completed, so you should be able to find one on YouTube after the event if you can’t catch it live.

Update June 15th, 1:50PM ET: Made updates to reflect that the event has reached capacity.