The Celebrity Pro-Am competition at the Fortnite World Championship ended on July 26th. The team Solary Pro Karim & # 39; Airwaks & # 39; Benghalia and the popular DJ RL Grime took first place for the second time in a row.
As with the previous two Pro-Am competitions, the World Cup featured some of the largest content creators in the Fortnite community.
Along with these 50 Streamers and YouTubers there were 50 well-known athletes, musicians, actors, and other celebrities who have at least a slight interest in the popular Battle Royale title.
The format of the competition was simple: four games were played, with the duos scoring points according to the number of their eliminations and eliminations.
The $ 3 million total prize pool was split after the final placements, with all the money earned available to the players' charities.
The format and points system of the Fortnite World Cup Pro-Am.
This was the second time Airwak's and RL Grime's duo had taken home the championship title at a pro-am event. claimed victory in the same contest during the Summer Block Party in Los Angeles last month.
Below is a full summary and highlights for all four games, followed by final rankings and prize distribution.
Game 1 – SinoOoh steals the show
With all the players and their duos looking for a good start to the first match, it was Korean pro-Fortnite players Sino0h and Oh.King who took the cake early on.
Their Victory Royale and 13 finals, 12 of which came from the Korean pro, were good enough to give them a nice 23-point track.
Game 2 – Tfue and Cloak fall short.
The second The match was a good opportunity for Fortnite heavyweights Tfue and Cloak to score a ton of points, but both were overtaken by YouTuber Jacob and his actor duo Clare Grant.
all from the Polish Fortnite star, with Cloak and Tfue finishing second and third respectively.
Game 3 – Cloak again in second place
For the second consecutive game, Cloak was on the verge of finally catching the elusive Victory Royale and narrowly missed the second game in a row.
This time, it was YouTuber Jelty and Timber's Esports CEO Gaborever who took first place to finish their five eliminations for a 15-point distance.
Game 4 – Marksman and JT Brown Under Control
With everything still to do in the fourth and final game, the final was a crowded affair in which many teams were still alive.
The Victory Royale eventually went to Twitch streamer Marksman and JT Brown, who also scored 12 eliminations to move up to sixth for the final score.
Fortnite World Cup Pro-Am Final Score
With All In the four games in the book, the Fort Nite World Celebrity Pro-Am finals placements, along with the $ 3 million prize pool split into the $ 3 million prize pool Charity of their choice listed.
Remember, only the first of the three festivals is completed at the Fortnite World Cup. There will be a duo event on the 27th of July and a solos tournament on the 28th of July. The combined prize pool between the two competitions is an incredible $ 30 million.