Fortnite’s Qatar World Cup skins allow you to create players in Pride colors

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This year’s World Cup is a bit different, as we all understand, I think. Amid headlines about migrant workers’ working conditions, LGBTQ+ rights and criticism of the tournament from players and fans, it’s been interesting to see how brands – and video games – are taking note of Qatar 2022.

Fortnite has a history with football – and its governing bodies. Some of the most popular skins are based on football shirt designs, and the game’s meme-like dances were a staple of England’s 2018 World Cup squad. Last year, Epic Games officially licensed the likenesses of England’s Harry Kane and Germany’s Marco Reus for the belated year 2020 /en_US/fbevents.js’); fbq(‘init’, ‘560747571485047’); fbq(‘init’, ‘738979179819818’); fbq(‘track’, ‘PageView’); window.facebookPixelsDone = true; window.dispatchEvent(new event(‘BrockmanFacebookPixelsEnabled’)); } window.addEventListener(‘BrockmanTargetingCookiesAllowed’, appendFacebookPixels);


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