Fortnite is one of the most, if not the most popular, battle royale games out there available for free for a massive gaming community. The game holds public tournaments that players can enter, granted their Career Rank is 50 or above. When you queue into different public tournaments, there are times when you are unable to join the game because of some unforeseen errors.
One such error is the ‘“Failed to query for tournament rules.” It stops players from entering the game—usually whenever there is a long queue. And sometimes players are hit with it out of nowhere.
To help such players out, we have prepared a handy guide that talks about how players can fix the “Failed to query for tournament rules” error in Fortnite.
How to Fix the “Failed to query for tournament rules” Error
While there is no official fix to the “Failed to query for tournament rules” error, you can try out a workaround that has worked for many players to resolve the error.
To fix the “Failed to query for tournament rules” error, quit the game and wait for a few minutes, post that, open the game once again, select the Tournament in which you queued earlier, enter the queue once again.
The waiting and restarting game is the only thing you can do right now to fix the “Failed to query for tournament rules” error.
Fortnite is a free-to-play battle royale game currently available on PS4, PS5, Nintendo Switch, Android, iOS, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PC, and Classic Mac OS.