The next Celebrity Pro-Am event takes place at the Summer Block Party on June 16th. We’ve got a list of power rankings for all the revealed duos!

Fortnite news can get a little moody from time to time with reports of behind-the-scenes drama and payout scandals. So, every once in awhile, it’s good to just have a little fun.

With the next Pro-Am fast approaching, we thought we’d put together our own power rankings for the event. Let’s get right into it!

FortniteINTEL Pro-Am Power Rankings

Epic Games has revealed 88 players (44 duos) that will be attending the next Pro-Am event on June 16th. The field is packed with talent, but we’ve also got some newcomers to Fortnite in actors, musicians, and more.

Our Power Rankings go from Number 1 to Number 44 (not all duos are revealed yet), best chance of winning to the “worst”. All of this is in good fun and not meant as any type of “diss” towards one player or another.

TOP 10 Pro-Am Rankings

1. Tfue + Josh Hart

Is it even a competition for the champ?

Tfue might not be playing alongside his partner, Cloakzy, but this man could carry essentially anybody. The player has incredible talent in Fortnite and brings his A-game to every event. And Josh Hart is no slouch himself. He’ll surely bring his competitive mindset from the world IRL sports.

2. Cloakzy + Dillion Francis

Can Cloakzy show up Tfue? We say no.

If Tfue’s in the top spot, Cloakzy has to be second behind him. The duo shred through players on a daily basis and provide entertainment to hundred of thousands. Dillion Francis isn’t competitive player whatsoever (musician by trade) and could weigh Cloak down just enough.

3. Ghost Aydan + Robert Abisi

As you might noticed, we’re focused on the Fortnite players before their non-gaming teammates. Same goes for our third duo as Robert Abisi is a wildcard, but Aydan is most certainly not. Aydan reams pros in build fights and thrives in chaotic gameplay. He’ll make quick work of any inexperienced players.

4. Ninja + Marshawn Lynch

The King of Fortnite, Ninja, isn’t gonna let a crowd down. When it comes to LAN events, Ninja knows how to play with the hype turned to 1000. Mr. Lynch himself is also a hardcore gamer and has appeared in several video games in the past. They’ll be a power duo to watch for.

5. SypherPK + Reggie Jackson

The Pro-Am have heavy weight on players that can hold their own, even when their teammate is inexperienced. While many of the celebrities will train up a little bit before the event, the majority of victories will be up to the pros. SypherPK has proven time and time again that he has that “clutch factor” to win when the odds are against him.

6. Nickmercs + Kyle Van Noy

4Head…the MFAM will know.

Nickmercs is the most watched controller player in Fortnite and brings his passion for gaming to every event. He’ll surely have a lot of fun, but don’t expect Nickmercs to let loose at the Pro-Am. The brawny Fortnite pro will bring it all with the full weight of FaZe Clan behind him.

7. TimTheTatman + Jay Mewes

TimTheTatman may be “just” a casual in the eyes of professional Fortnite players, but this bearded man can pack a punch. The streamer has competed in several Friday Fortnites and has won many smaller Fortnite tournaments.

8. CourageJD + Brendon Urie

CourageJd recently joined 100 Thieves after Nickmerc’s departure from the org. The streamer will be playing under the org’s name for the first time in a major event. While he may a jovial character, he was a competitive passion and love of esports that could help him fly through the ranks.

9. DrLupo + Jordan Fisher

DrLupo is another caster and “casual” Fortnite player that is attending the Pro-Am. The player has performed well in several online tournaments and shares Courage’s passion for all things Fortnite. Will he be able to carry that fire to a higher placement?

10. Valkyrae + Justin Jones

Valkyrae holds her own against most Fortnite players and plays the game daily on her streams. With thousands of hours of experience and a skilled arm for shooters, we’d be surprised if she didn’t perform fairly well in the casual setting of a Pro-Am.


Rankings 11-44 for Pro-Am

11. Cizzorz + Meyers Leonard

12. SB Airwaks + RL Grime

13. Ewok + Kurt Benkurt

14. Nick Eh 30 + Joey Bosa

15. Pokimane + Martin Doherty

16. FearItSelf + Blake Martinez

17. Gotaga + Jordyn Jones

18. Muselk + JuJu Smith-Schuster

19. Loserfruit + Joel McHale

20. Lachlan + Cody Walker

21. AviveHD + Cray

22. Lazarbeam + Hannibal Buress

23. Typical Gamer + Jimmy O. Yang

24. ONE_Shot_GURL + Gallant

25. Hey Stan + Liam McIntyre

26. BuckeFPS + Kenneth Faried

27. Bell + Reina Washio

28. Vikkstar123 + Martin Starr

29. TBNRFrags + JT Brown

30. Samara Redway + Marisha Ray

31. Patriota + Kyla-Drew Simmons

32. Flakes Power + Douglas Costa

33. JacobYT + Connor Ball

34. Scarlet + Elly

35. Wildcat + Janina Gavankar

36. Truetriz + Murda Beatz

37. Kayuun + Nick Shanholtz

38. Acau + Chandler Riggs

39. RoyalistIQ + Xavier Woods

40. VP FiveSkill + Taven Bryan

41. Pipepunk + Wax Motif

42. Folagor + Bruce Brown

43. Markilokuras + Witt Lowry

44. Pow3r + Lee Nguyen

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