Fans have a chance to thousands from Whataburger by playing Fortnite.

Check Out the Custom Whataburger Fortnite Map Below

Well Whataburger is going virtual in Fortnite. Fans can download this custom map using the code 6619-8313-5969. The map is called Breakfast in Bedwars and fans will be competing on this map in a few weeks for a chance to win thousands of dollars. The map is officially open until July 14th for fans to know the play field before an official qualifier goes down on July 15th. The final competition will be held on July 22nd.

How Do You Enter the Tournament?

Anyone who is at least 13 years old and a citizen or permanent resident of one of the fifty United States, the District of Columbia, or Puerto Rico is eligible to participate.

To earn a captain spot in the Qualifier, make sure to play the Breakfast in Bedwars map and tweet your best clips on the map using #BreakfastinBedwars. Your clips can be skillful, funny, or unique in any way that features the map.

Best Clips Will Be Shown on ErenaGG X Page

How Much Money Do Winners Get?

All participants in the Main Event will take home a share of the $25,000 prize pool with the winning team earning $10,000!

  • 1st: $10,000
  • 2nd: $4,500
  • 3rd: $3,000
  • 4th: $1,800
  • 5th-6th: $900
  • 7th-8th: $750
  • 9th-16th: $300

We will see in just under two weeks who has the best Fortnite team for the Whataburger map. If you're not interested in competing in the tournament, you can still download the map for fun using the code 6619-8313-5969. You can read more about the tournament here.

Ranking Texas Rangers New Food for 2024

Yesterday it was announced that Whatabuger will be at Globe Life Field this season. That news got all the headlines, but the home of the World Series champions will have a lot more in store for 2024. So here is what I am most excited to try at a game this year. Note all photos taken from Texas Rangers X page.

Gallery Credit: Stryker

Can You Pronounce ALL These Texas Towns Correctly?

Texas is home to 970 cities, 228 towns, and 23 villages if you can believe it. Some of them are harder to pronounce than others and even some Texans that have lived here their whole lives may be doing some of these wrong. So let's make sure you don't look like an idiot on your next road trip through our great state.

Gallery Credit: Stryker