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Fortnite Season 5 FNCS Finals results

The Fortnite Season 5 FNCS results are in. Take a look at all of the winners in EU, NA-East, NA-West, and more.



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The Fortnite Season 5 FNCS results are in. Take a look at all of the winners in each of the major regions.

As another season ends, the so does the seasonal Fortnite Champion Series event. We some some repeats, upsets, and big-name grinders finally break through and take home the win.

Ahead, we’ll give you a breakdown of all of the major regions as well as the FNCS Finals results for EU, NA-East, NA-West, Asia, and OCE.

Fortnite Season 5 FNCS EU results

Guild Esports, who boasted their assembly of the “EU God Squad” prior to the Season 5 FNCS, may have had the best showing of any org in any of the major regions. Four of the team’s players made it into the top ten and three of the four were on trios that landed in the top two.

In the end, it was the trio of Hen, Jannis, and Oogway who ran away with the competition, scoring a full 40 points more than the second-place team of Flikk, Anas, and Th0masHD. Surprisingly, the Trio of IDrop, MrSavage, and TaySon made it to 8th place after only completing 11 of the 12 games.

Here’s a look at the top-ten in the EU FNCS finals.

TeamPointsPrizeWinsAvg. KillsAvg. Place
 1GUILD Hen 75, WAVE JannisZ, oogway 74311$300,00035.507.17
 2GUILD Flikk, GUILD Аnas, Gamma Th0masHD271$210,00016.009.67
 3Wave Vadeal, BL Noahreyli ӝ, rezon ay лол260$135,00025.5813.17
4MCES Andilex, Grizi Snayzy, xsweeze.mces247$120,00014.258.08
5TrainH Umplify, TrainH Matsoe, NRG benjуfishу227$105,00014.4210.75
6BL Setty, Gamma Kami, GXR teeq194$90,00013.1714.58
7GLORIOUS Snasty, Heretics Miro., Flamеs Swаg192$75,00003.7511.75
8apeks IDrop 7, GUILD TаySon, 100T MrSavage191$60,00004.9111.55
9Lootboy mexe, Michаel ツ, VEROХ187$45,00003.9212.17
10Wave Kikoo, LootBoy Slender, XIV Moshyoh170$30,00013.5014.92

Fortnite Season 5 FNCS NA-East results

The trio of Slackes, Acorn, and Jahq edged-out first in the NA-East region, scoring four points more than Commandment, Edgey, and FaZe Clan’s newest member, Cented.

NA-East was hotly contested, with the first and fourth-place teams only separated by nine points. The perceived all-star trio of Clix, Bugha, and Bizzle rounded out the top-five with 254 points.

Here’s how the top 10 looked once the NA-East finals had ended.

TeamPointsPrizeWinsAvg. KillsAvg. Place
 1LG Slackes, 1P Acornski, G2 Jаhq303$150,00015.926.83
 2Cоmmandment, FaZe Cented, NRG Edgey299$105,00015.679.50
 3BBG Bucke, BBG Khanasty, G2 MackWood296$69,000 15.589.00
4ENDL8SS DEYYRUTO, XTRA Mero7, ENDLESS Reverse291$60,00016.589.92
5NRG СІіх, SEN BUGHA 父, FаZe Bizzle254$54,00034.179.58
6FS Degen, FS Ajerss, skqugha203$45,00014.0811.83
7BBG Kreozard, XTRA Illest, C9 Avery200$39,000 13.5813.33
8NRG ZAYT, TrainH saffy, Liquid ЅТRETCН178$30,00013.6716.08
9noob teyo, Chimpま, Tabnae171$24,00003.9212.92
10PURE OSP7, bully bully 39, Fryst C9169$15,00004.1715.83

Fortnite Season 5 FNCS NA-West results

EpikWhale, Arkham, and Rehx continue to dominate the NW-West region with their second-straight FNCS trios victory. They scored 302 points in their 12 games – 48 points more than Kenshi, Snacky, and Christ in second place.

Here’s how the top 10 looked at the end of the NA-West FNCS finals.

TeamPointsPrizeWinsAvg. KillsAvg. Place
 1100T Arkhram., 100T rehx, NRG EpikWhale302$75,00025.087.50
 2tsg kenshi, tsg snacky, pure chriѕ254$48,00024.1710.17
 3XTRA Quinn, Jucy ., TSG dylannx7237$30,00014.7510.50
4ast chicken, slct avail, Kytrex225$24,00024.2510.33
5alexgοnzsoccer85, clg versace p, wavyjaᴄob201$21,00005.3312.83
6pure spideyy, NorCal Blizy7, 5G nate.191$18,00023.2512.42
7TRNL Poppins 34, TRNL exе, Kyle Poppins 34175$15,00003.7513.42
8CLARIX jagveer7, Balanced Mojo7, ZH22 Solution175$12,00003.7516.75
9TRNL Criizux., norcal alithy, NorCal Frap.173$9,00013.5013.25
10XTRA Reet7, 4DRStorm., Akella Maken1726,00003.9213.92

Fortnite Season 5 FNCS Asia results

TeamPointsPrizeWinsAvg. KillsAvg. Place
 1CR Qjac7, CR NAETRETCH, cr аlice277$36,00005.8310.00
 2FCS Fram ncr, ALBA まるお, HikakinOfficiаl270$24,00034.588.42
 3ごっとらびっと, alba L4ex, FCS Monster218$15,00024.0815.67
4CRRRRRRRRRRRRRIZ, Rid WildHawk ゆ機, Rid Rimr Knight216$12,00014.8314.42
5T1 SinOoh 666, T1 Envy7, SVN Asudfishy.209$10,50014.7515.25
6ncr rainy, NSR みや, cr yuseAcacia201$9,00003.7510.17
7ぼっと 化, stork 笑, KUREN 覇$197$7,50004.1712.67
8しゅんしゃんだ, LBR りる, LBR やま185$6,00013.7515.25
9GW_Lettuce, CREssway, GW Hamuppii177$4,50013.3311.67
10CE 2SLAROI, CE DaFa1zzy, CE jozyaWRLD174$3,00004.4010.30

Fortnite Season 5 FNCS OCE results

TeamPointsPrizeWinsAvg. KillsAvg. Place
 1РWR Мuz, PWR looter, speedy at pub325$22,50015.926.50
 2Agent SorifGoms, spg bercanvolx, syncyfishy295$15,00035.178.33
 3GLM x2Suns, tp twitch tuii, MADE Korq269$9,00024.009.00
4Agent Raptah, ATL Prhzy, PRDX Oatley239$6,30024.9211.42
5Fresh, rеl, GLM Newbatoon231$5,40004.008.50
6noob jynx, wavyalecc, PWR worthy228$4,50023.839.08
7FURY Remi, pace〆, sprаz224$3,90013.259.67
8basil 74, Forbidden Vortex, Jace 75220$3,30014.0011.17
9Mako Pumpkin, CLR hardworker, sunzw1k3213$2,70004.7510.58
10HVT Breso, HVT Kulture, HVT LunR203$1,80003.9210.75

Image/Stats Credit: Epic Games, Fortnite Tracker


Fortnite’s Esports revenue explains why there hasn’t been another World Cup

Epic Games overestimated how much money Fortnite Esports would make which could explain why there hasn’t been a second World Cup.



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Epic Games overestimated how much revenue Fortnite would make from Esports in 2019 by $154 million. This miscalculation could explain why there has only been one Fortnite World Cup.

In 2019, Epic Games dove headfirst into Fortnite’s competitive Esports scene. Following a $100 million prize pool for the year 2018, Epic put up another $100 million in 2019. This insane amount of prize money dwarfed other competitive games in comparison.

2019 was also the year of Fortnite’s first-ever World Cup. The Fortnite World Cup took place from July 26 – 28 in New York City and boasted $30 million in total prizes. One hundred of the best solo players from around the world, and 50 duo teams, competed for a massive amount of money.

Epic Games falls short of revenue goals

While the amount of money up for grabs seems quite impressive, it didn’t net Epic Games with the desired results. During the trial of Epic Games vs Apple, documents were shared that outlined the revenues that Fortnite generated from 2018 to 2019. Epic Games planned to make $4.59 billion during the 2018-2019 fiscal year but actually earned $4.2 billion instead.

The documents stated that Epic Games had anticipated making $154 million more from Fortnite’s Esports scene than it was actually able to generate. While Epic Games is raking in billions of dollars a year, it’s unlikely that it will pour money into something that isn’t as profitable.

This major discrepancy in earnings could explain why there hasn’t been another Fortnite World Cup. After $100 million was awarded in 2019, 2020 saw a massive dip in prize money. The pool for the entire year was only $17 million.

Epic Games stated at the beginning of this year that it would be pledging $20 million in prize money for Fortnite’s 2021 competitive scene. This is $10 million less than the total prize pool for the Fortnite World Cup. Epic also stated that it had no plans for an in-person World Cup event this year.

The lack of prize money has been apparent over the past year as competitive Fortnite players have taken to social media to express their concerns. In 2019, the FNCS qualifier prize pool was $1 million a week for three months. Now, players are competing for a $3 million prize pool over the course of an entire season of FNCS.

The Fortnite World Cup may return in some capacity, but players shouldn’t expect a massive $30 million prize pool. The worldwide pandemic could be to blame for the lack of in-person tournaments, but that doesn’t mean it’s the sole reason there haven’t been any. Epic Games might be focusing on the more profitable aspects of Fortnite to endure the game’s longevity.

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Top 20 Highest Earning Fortnite Players – Updated April 26, 2021

Fortnite’s top 20 highest earning players haven’t changed much since the 2019 World Cup, but a few players have climbed up the ranks.



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The highest-earning Fortnite players are the same as they were in 2019.

After a rather uneventful year for Fortnite’s competitive scene in 2020, it’s no surprise that the top 20 highest-earning players look very similar to those of 2019. With no 2020 World Cup or millions of dollars worth of prize money up for grabs, there wasn’t a lot that could have affected the current standings.

2020 did see a lot of former Fortnite enthusiasts seemingly leave Fortnite for the foreseeable future. Tyler “Ninja” Blevins was at one time the most popular Fortnite streamer but has since left the game for other competitive shooters.

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Instead, the same top-ranking competitive players such as Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf and Kyle “Mongraal” Jackson have maintained their places on the 20 top highest-earning Fortnite players.

When looking at a player’s earnings this list will only gauge players on how much they have earned by playing Fortnite. While Bugha and other players have earned money through brand deals, merch sales, and partnerships, earnings are defined as what a player has won strictly by playing competitive Fortnite.

It’s also important to note that, while over half of the top 20 have earned over $1 million, none of the players have earned more than $300,000 since September 23, 2019. Others have earned as little as $20,000 over the past year and a half.

This chart was last updated on April 26, 2021.

Position Name Nationality Earnings
1st Bugha USA $3,159,595.05
2nd Aqua Austria $1,926,974.23
3rd psalm USA $1,873,138.80
4th Nyhrox Norway $1,537,945.69
5th EpikWhale USA $1,351,517.32
6th Wolfiez United Kingdom $1,337,778.07
7th Kreo Hong Kong $1,216,159.74
8th Rojo Netherlands $1,214,476.66
9th Zayt Canada $1,199,456.42
10th Saf USA $1,141,587.02
11th Ceice USA $1,112,055.47
12th kinG Argentina $1,021,000
13th Elevate Canada $991,583.20
14th Skite France $856,764.02
15th Mitr0 Netherlands $783,874.02
16th Crue Sweden $717,150
17th Mongraal United Kingdom $682,454.23
18th Bizzle USA $633,726.39
19th Arkham USA $609,916.68
20th Tfue USA $594,850

When comparing the list above to the highest-earning Fortnite players in 2019, the same 20 players are still on the list. Some players have moved up the ranks while others have maintained their position on the list. The biggest reason there haven’t been any new names added to the list is because of the lack of high-paying competitive events.

A large number of competitive Fortnite events were held in 2018 and 2019 including the Fall Skirmish Series, World Cup Finals, and Winter Royale. These events had multi-million dollar prize pools that rewarded first, second, and third-place winners with large cash prizes.

However, due to COVID-19’s impact on the world in 2020, Epic Games was unable to hold similar events. Competitive Fortnite took a back seat during the pandemic while crossover events and story-driven seasons kept players entertained.

With the pandemic still ensuing, Epic Games has stated it has no plans to conduct in-person tournaments throughout the course of 2021. FNCS tournaments are still taking place, but players won’t see the return of massive prize pools anytime soon.

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Epic to host official Fortnite scrims for EU players

After Epic banned traditional pro scrims in Fortnite, they announced the release of their own official Fortnite scrims for EU.



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Epic Games are set to roll-out official scrims for competitive players, starting with the EU region.

The competitive Fortnite community has taken a few blows to their favorite game modes in the recent past. Epic banned pay-to-play scrimmages and wagers, even contacting Clix directly and threatening a ban for hosting the latter.

While a lot of players participated in wagers, even more were sad to see pro scrimmages get the axe. Most Fortnite streamers at the pro level would routinely broadcast their games; practicing and creating content at the same time.

For a few weeks, the professional Fortnite community seemed lost, with little way to officially practice for upcoming events.

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On April 22, Epic released a blog post, announcing that they would be hosting the first-ever official Fortnite scrims for EU players. These would be divided into two groups: Open and Aura.

Aura would be the traditional “pro scrims” that would require an initiation. Only the top 500 teams would be eligible to compete.

The Open scrims, as the name suggests, would be open to anyone in Arena Division 3 or higher. The top performers in Open Scrims will be invited to Aura at the end of each week, and poor performers or inactive teams from Aura will be relegated to Open League.

This all seems like an interesting system and one that Epic sorely needs. In fact, one could argue that this system is better than the base Arena system that is considered to be “competitive” Fortnite.

These scrims are only open to EU players at first, but we assume that Epic will bring NA scrims to the game next. Until then, we’ll have to see how the EU pros like these new official Fortnite scrims.

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