From Epic Games:Celebrate the grand conclusion of the second Fortnite Champion Series by watching an approved Twitch channel to unlock an FNCS Chapter 2 – Season 1 Spray and Banner. To ensure you are eligible for these one-time items, simply make sure your Twitch account and Epic account are linked. Then tune in to the FNCS Finals on an approved Twitch channel on Friday December 6 or Saturday December 7 to earn the Banner, or on Sunday December 8 to earn the Spray.MORE: Which Fortnite squads are playing in each Heat of the FNCS Finals?The approved Twitch streamers for the NA East region include: doctorfootball, KariyuTV, tbarnes, hanssenna, akaviper, akalinktv, tabzG, Hekkisx, sleezbear, strodles, aircool, punisher, exceedog, gandhifn, Agholor, marcsfn, nutiffy, reverse2k, conjurz, Ceice, luckylukieluke, degenfn, nounzyfn, tcrom, iampandushfn, dankline, pourings, oddn, destroy, wizebtw, connersfn, mulv, jlovetv, trapkilled, spirok, techmatter, whos_teo, seird, josegxbo, bbgdiddy, Tossily, ohreckz and RubyfiedTV. You can visit Epic Games for a list of approved streamers from every region.But if you enjoy an overall view (like what Epic Games used to do) then you’ll want to tune in to PracticeServer’s live stream.MORE: FNCS schedule, prize pool and everything else you need to know The Fortnite Champion Series starts Friday night (for the NA East region) and lasts through the weekend, but Epic Games will reportedly not be live-streaming the event.This is a curious decision by Epic Games considering it has live-streamed almost every competitive event in the past, but there are plenty of other ways to watch the FNCS. For starters, several streamers participating in the event will be streaming their own gameplay, and you can even win rewards by watching them. FNCS live stream on TwitchThe video above will go live once the events start.You’ll be able to watch the top Fortnite gamers compete in the FNCS starting Friday night and almost the entirety of Saturday leading up to the Grand Finals on Sunday.