Fortnite: How to find out which email address is linked to your account

Learn which email address is linked to your Fortnite account.

by Jason Coles
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The internet has made a lot of things much easier than they used to be. You can also basically log in to everything automatically now, which can make figuring out which email you signed up to anything with, including Fortnite a real challenge.

Sometimes you’ll need to migrate over to a new PC or a different platform, especially with the release of the PS5 and Xbox Series X. So, learning where your email address is for Fortnite can really help, particularly as Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 7 has just kicked off.

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So, here’s how to discover which email you’ve signed up with in Fortnite.

How to find your Fortnite/Epic Games email if you’re logged in

This is the easier path, so hopefully, you’ll already be signed in and just wanting to double-check which email you used to set up the account originally.

Head to the top right of the screen and select the Settings icon, then choose Support, and you should be sent to the Epic website. If you’re on PC, you can always just head there yourself.

Then, select My Account in the top right of the screen, and scroll down within Personal Info to see your Contact and Address Information. Your email address will be here.


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How to find your Fortnite/Epic Games email if you’re not logged in

This is the trickier of the methods. If you don’t know your email address, then you can’t log in to your account to find your email address… obviously.

Luckily, there are a couple of things you can still try.


First, head to the Epic Games website and go to log in. You might suddenly remember which account is linked to your Epic account, in which case you could use your Xbox, PlayStation, or Nintendo IDs to log in.

If that doesn’t jog your memory though, click the Forgot Your Password option, and just enter the email addresses you may have used. You’ll get an email address to the ones that have accounts and can then use those to sign in.

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Jason Coles