The official Fortnite channel made a bit of a blunder while hosting Fortnite World Cup Champion Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf.

In late July, Bugha solidified himself as one of the top professional Fortnite Battle Royale players in the world after winning $3 million at the Fortnite World Cup.

His win wasn’t even close. The 16-year-old dominated the rest of the Solos Finals competition by finishing the tournament with a total of 59 points – 26 more than the second-place finisher.

Ever since his victory, Bugha has become especially popular on Twitch with hordes of viewers wanting to watch his top-tier gameplay. However, even though he is a Fortnite World Cup Champion, Bugha has still been critical of the popular Battle Royale title.

While streaming Fortnite on August 20, the World Cup Champion got bored with playing scrims and decided to switch over to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to play a bit of a fresh title.

Yet, due to his popularity, the official Fortnite Twitch channel has his stream set to auto-host, which accidentally showed Bugha playing a completely different game.

Via Reddit
Via Reddit

While this is obviously a bit of an embarrassing blunder for Epic Games and Fortnite, it’s certainly not the worst thing that has ever happened to the studio.

With the BRUTEs running rampant in Season 10, Epic Games has a lot on their plate to deal with to bring the community back to where it used to be in terms of player enjoyment.

Even top players that benefit from playing the game to make a substantial chunk of money believe changes need to be made, although, Epic Games shows no signs of taking the BRUTEs out anytime soon.

What do you think will happen to the Fortnite competitive scene if the BRUTEs stay in the game? Let us know in the comments below!

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