Fortnite has a feature called custom matchmaking, which was introduced some time ago. Without a custom matchmaking key, it is random who you are queued up with when you start a game of Battle Royale. Custom matchmaking is intended for streamers, content creators and competitive players. Streamers can use it to have fun with viewers, while competitive players can practice in the same game and server. In the beginning, custom matchmaking was only used for larger tournaments that were officially affiliated with EPIC Games and Fortnite. Then later, a select group of people from the support-a-creator program got access, and later more people from the support-a-creator program were accepted. Competitive players now entirely use custom keys for scrims and practice games.
Custom matchmaking in Fortnite Battle Royale allows you to play with a specific group of people through an invite process. Right now the feature is currently being tested, but we've compiled everything we know about this upcoming feature. Custom matchmaking is an upcoming feature that allows players to set up private matches where only players with an invite can join. The player who sets up a custom match will be given a key that can then be used to enter the match. Only players with the same key can play in the match.
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