As Epic Games staff returns from a two-week break, their focus will turn to the upcoming Fortnite trios tournament happening on July 13th and 14th.
This tournament is a big moment for Fortnite because it is the first real competition expanding past solos and duos. While there have been smaller competitions in those modes in the past, Epic events have focused on individual players or duos.
Now we have a chance to seem some real high-level team work in competitive Fortnite. Many of the best players have already signed on with their trios and the event promises to be filled with stars.
All the teams competing in the Fortnite Trios Tournament
Quick note: This list still can be updated with other players who announce they are playing. As of right now, this is all the teams competing that we know of. I may have missed some trio announcements so if you know a group playing who I didn’t mention, leave a comment below and I will add them to this list.
Tfue – Cloak – 72hrs
It’s the “we left FaZe on rocky terms boys.” They might be able to figure out a catchier name, but that is what unites this trio. All three once played for FaZe, Cloak and Tfue’s recent issues have been well-documented, but 72hrs was one of the first Fortnite players to depart the organization.
Their conversations in comms have to be interesting. On top of that, they are all amazing Fortnite players who could easily band together and win the thing.
Bizzle – Zayt – Saf
Two Ghost Gaming players and one NRG make up this powerful trio. Bizzle has a valid claim to be the best Fortnite player in the world as he tops Tfue for the highest earning Fortnite player by prize pool by just $9,000.
Zayt and Saf aren’t slouches either as they sit 12th and 13th on the list mostly thanks to their win at IEM Katowice pictured above. Picking the winning trio is like trying to catch a specific goldfish while blindfolded but these three will be a favorite headed in.
NICKMERCS – Nio Rooch – SypherPK
Few duos have played together as much as SypherPK and NICKMERCS. The two massive streamers just seem to click when they play Fortnite. They are hoping that chemistry and bringing in another controller player in Nio Rooch gives them a good shot in this tournament.
It will be a huge win for the controller gang if they can pull this one off, only SypherPK is using M+K.
Mongraal – BenjyFishy- MrSavageM
Few trios in the world feature as much recent success as these three. Each player qualified for both the solo and duo world cups, making them only one of two groups to do so.
MrSavageM and BenjyFishy dominated the World Cup qualifiers and they had enough points to qualify for the World Cup in three of the five duo weeks. That’s legitimately absurd.
They will add Mongraal, a top player in his own right and one ESPN nominated for an ESPY award, to an already amazing duo.
Stompy – Tschinken – Aqua
While the trio above them is absolutely nuts, there isn’t a better duo in the world than Stompy and Tschinken. In the five weeks of EU World Cup qualifiers for duos they finished third, first, first, second, second. Umm guys?
No other duo came anywhere near that remarkable level of success. Aqua is also a qualifier in duos and solos making this one of the top teams headed into the tournament.
If it wasn’t for Tschinken missing out on the solo qualifiers, this team would become the third trio featuring six World Cup qualifiers.
Aspect – Bugha – Animal
One of the first trios all competing under the same esports organization. These three will be hoping the Sentinel teamwork shines through in this event as other groups adjust to playing in a format they may not be as familiar with.
Dubs – Megga – Clix
The second group of six World Cup qualifiers! Dubs and Megga have been turning heads ever since Dubs was accused of cheating back in the first week of qualifiers. He wasn’t cheating, he’s just really good.
He went on to prove that in the coming weeks and him and Megga are a duo on the come up. They are joined by Clix, another double qualifier for the World Cup.
Chap – Cizlucky – Brush
This is an interesting trio. Only Chap is a really well known player in the scene and after a disappointing run in the World Cup qualifiers, he has ditched Poach and opted to go with a pair of TempoStorm players in this event.
Ceice – Elevate – Riversan
Two 100 Thieves players and Liquid’s newest recruit make up this trio. Ceice and Elevate’s biggest win together came at the World Showdown of Esports (WSOE) duos event over the past winter. They are all talented players capable of grabbing a win against the best of the best.
Khuna – Jarvis – Issa
The controller gang is back for this trio. Jarvis and Issa are two of the best controller players on the planet and they will look to represent their skill on the sticks at this event against the world’s best players.
Did I miss anybody? That’s just 30 players so more people will have to be announced. Let me know what other announcements I may have missed and I will add them into the post.
How to compete in the $1M Fortnite Marvel Super Cup
Fortnite and Marvel are ending the competitive season with the $1m Fortnite Super Cup.
The Marvel takeover of Fortnite Season 4 has extended to competitive play through the Marvel knockout Super Series tournaments that have been taking place over the course of the past few months. Epic have been offering players free superhero skins by placing highly in the Daredevil, Ghost Rider, Black Widow, and upcoming Venom Cups.
As announced at the begging of all of this, free skins are not the end-game for Fortnite (no pun intended). All of the action will culminate in an epic $1,000,000 Duos tournament to end the season.
The Super Cup will be the first Marvel Cup to offer a cash prize to winners in each region. It will take place on November 21 and will give players a chance to implement what they’ve learned from the previous Cups and put it into action.
Format and Prizes
The Super Cup will be in the Duos playlist but there will be a few tweaks to the gameplay. First, this won’t be a Marvel Knockout game mode like the last few cups have been. Epic have also announced that eliminate players will now drop 20 materials to a cap of 200 – lower than the traditional 500 competitive cap. As you can probably expect, there will also be an uptick in superpowers available in this cup.
There was talk of previous Marvel Knockout performances playing a role in player eligibility, but the tournament seems to be open to everyone who wants to compete. Here’s a look at the scoring system for each match:
Victory Royale: 55 Points
2nd: 49 Points
3rd: 46 Points
4th: 43 Points
5th: 40 Points
6th: 37 Points
7th: 35 Points
8th: 33 Points
9th: 31 Points
10th: 29 Points
11th: 27 Points
12th: 25 Points
13th: 23 Points
14th: 21 Points
15th: 19 Points
16th: 17 Points
17th: 15 Points
18th: 13 Points
19th: 11 Points
20th: 9 Points
21st: 7 Points
22nd: 5 Points
23rd: 4 Points
24th: 3 Points
25th: 2 Points
26th-45th: 1 Point
Each Elimination: 5 Points
As usual, the distribution of prizes will depend on your region, with the larger regions receiving a bigger portion of the $1,000,000. Here’s how all of the prizes will be distributed in each region.
Event Prizes – Europe
Event Prizes – NA East
Event Prizes – NA West
Event Prizes – Brazil
Event Prizes – Asia
Event Prizes – OCE
Event Prizes – Middle East
If you’d rather spectate the event, you can always watch the official Fortnite Twitch or YouTube streams. The broadcast will begin at 1pm EST on November 21 with the European region. NA-East will kick off at 5pm. It looks like these are the only two regions that will be covered on the official broadcast.
Do you think you have what it takes to win the Super Cup? Give it a shot by competing in the Venom Cup this week and Super Cup next week. Good luck!
DreamHack Open ft. Fortnite November Results
OVA Noahreyli and Wave Vadeal take home first place in the European region of the DreamHack Open ft. Fortnite Duos tournament.
DreamHack Open featuring Fortnite returned for November, bringing their first Duos tournament to close-out the year. The DreamHack format had, traditionally, been Solos up until this point, with a deviation now that Fortnite supports Arena Duos and Duos tournaments.
The European region was the first to complete its stage of the tournament, with NA-East competing this past weekend.. Ahead, we’ll give you the results for EU and NA-East, with an update when the final region finishes their tournament.
DreamHack Open European results
The European region was the first to compete for their share of the $250,000 monthly prize pool with Vandeal and Noahreyli taking home first place. The duo dominated the competition without winning a single game – finishing almost 50 points above TT9 KURA 74 and Grizi BadSnipR in second.
The fan-favorite duo of MrSavage and Benjyfishy barely landed in third place with 303 points. There was a stark drop-off in points after that, with Setty and Teep scoring 262 points with two wins and an average of 3 kills per game.
Here’s a look at the top ten in the European region of the DreamHack November Duos tournament:
|1st||OVA Noahreyli & Wave Vadeal||352||$24,000|
|2nd||Grizi BadSnipR & TT9 KURA 74||304||$14,000|
|3rd||100T MrSavage & NRG benjyfishy||303||$11,500|
|4th||GXR teeq & Spectrum Setty||262||$9,600|
|5th||GXR Milan & chapix 74||249||$7,850|
|6th||Gamma Kami & OTW packo||239||$5,800|
|7th||slide zeykoo wk & Spectrum Kyzen||205||$4,700|
|8th||Gamma Merjin & jaspaay||204||$4,100|
|9th||Grizi Snayzy & R0babzr||197||$3,600|
|10th||sаеvіd & Βrowner||195||$3,100|
DreamHack Open NA-East results
Team XSET took home the NA-East region as established pros Knight and Shark walked away with first place and $15,000 – not bad for a few days of Fortnite. Acorn and Jaq finished ten points behind in second with 329 points.
Bugha is making his case for being one of the most consistent finishers in all of Fortnite. We tend to see him at or near the top of the heap in every tournament in which he participates. DreamHack November was no different, as he and Avery finished in third – 14 points above Furious and Calc in fourth.
The fan-favorite duo of Clix and Bizzle had a disappointing week with a 25th-place finish. They’ll both look to pick it up in the next DreamHack of FNCS event. Here’s a look at how the top-ten looked when the event had ended:
|1st||XSET Knight, XSET Shark||338||$15,000|
|2nd||OP Acоrn, jаhq||329||$9,000|
|3rd||bughа, C9 Avery||285||$7,250|
|4th||Furiouѕ., BBG YUNGCALC||271||$5,850|
|5th||V0IL, OA Rocaine||266||$4,900|
|6th||SEN Turkeyspect, Xoonies||264||$3,700|
|7th||Outc4st fr4t, Vanish Bank||257||$2,900|
|9th||vnsh glace, Trаshу||244||$2,250|
|10th||skqttles, C9. Chap||242||$1,900|
This week will feature the NA-West region, and we should see some of the biggest duos battling it out for the same prize pool that you can see, above. We’ll be back with coverage of North America next Sunday.
Until then, players can scratch their competitive itch by watching the DreamHack qualifiers or competing in this week’s presumed Marvel Knockout Super Series – which has yet to be officially announced. Have fun!
How to register for the Fortnite Chipotle Challenger Series
The Chipotle Challenger Series returns to Fortnite, giving players a chance to compete against the biggest names in the game.
Chipotle is capping-off its 2020 tournament season with yet another Chipotle Challenger Series featuring Fortnite. This time, players like you will have a chance to make a name for themselves by competing against some of the best players in the world.
The trios tournament is set to kick off on November 24 and will run until the Grand Finals on December 8. It’s locked to PC, but that doesn’t mean that console players can’t compete. They’ll just need a PC user to play with them and queue-up as the party leader.
You can register for the event on Chipotle’s smash.gg page here. All players must be at least 13 years old and must enable two-factor authentication before competing in the event.
Format & Schedule
As we said, the qualifiers will kick off at the end of the month on November 24. This will continue on December 1 and the Grand finals will take place on December 8 – closing the Chipotle Challenger Series for the year.
- November 24: 3pm PST/6pm EST and 6pm PST/9pm EST
- December 1st: 3pm PST/6pm EST and 6pm PST/9pm EST
Chipotle Challenger Series VI Finale
- December 8: 12pm PST/3pm EST
The qualifiers will work like a lot of the other Open Qualifier tournaments have in the past. 1,000 trios will be chosen and the top four in each qualifiers will advance to the finals.
Once in the finals, you’ll battle it out against Fortnite streamers, pros, and celebrity fans. The roster of talent has yet to be confirmed, but we’ll update this post when we find have more official news.
The prizes will be the same as they were for the last Chipotle Fortnite tournament. The top three teams will earn free burritos for the year along with a cash prize of $30,000, $15,000, and $5,000.
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Good luck to everyone who plans on participating in the Open Qualifiers. This is a chance for some unknown pros to make a name for themselves on the biggest stage in Fortnite. All you need to do is register.
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