Today begins the Fortnite World Cup Solos Final, with yesterday's Fortnite World Cup Duos winner and the previous day's Fortnite World Cup Pro-Am and Creative finals breathtaking. We have everything you need to see the Fortnite World Cup. However, if you are looking for live updates directly from the event in New York City, read on to what to do with the Fortnite World Cup Solofinal winners. Tables and more.
The Fortnite World Cup Solos Finals will start live at WorldCup.Fortnite.com at 1:00 pm (CET) and 6:00 pm (CET). The Solos finals have some big names, including Tfue, Benjyfishy, Funk, Domentos, Vivid, Ceice, Bizzle and many more. Aqua, one of the two winners of yesterday's duo finals, also qualified for the solo finals. So could he win both events? No doubt he would be the best player in the world.
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In the first game, the circular zone was around Loot Lake and Neo Tilted, which meant that most players were not far away to flee the storm. Numerous players have reported killings such as Vivid, Zayt, MrSavage and others early on, as Neo Tilted and the surrounding hills were quickly covered with construction material.
Players began to fall left and right as King solidly built seven kills before eventually falling to EpikWhale. Bugha defeated Rhux and Pslam in succession to face Kreo in a 1-1 duel. However, since Kreo had a height advantage, Bugha used a shockwave grenade to get over him. Then a few targeted shotgun shells picked him out to score nine goals. This win gives Bugha a nine point lead in game two.
Game 1: Bugha
In match two and All eyes were on Bugha directed to see if he had his Top form but he died for Sozmann in the early stages of the game. The attention changed to King, because despite the 21st place in the first game seven kills on it and managed again to come with another five kills and the 20th place finish. To list so many kills with an aggressive style of play means that he is now just one point behind Bugha.
In the final stages of the second game, the circle ended between the snow-capped mountains, causing several players within Ballers to swing back and forth, everyone's game. Commandment, a 14-year-old TSM player, was one of them, and he managed to take third place. Skite against Dubs was their last encounter, and as Skite managed to hold up as the security zone moved, and quickly climbed the cliff, he left Dubs for dust and won the second match. However, the win only brought him to sixth place, so he still has to take on a few more kills if he wants to emerge victorious at the end of the day.
Game 2: Skite
Within seconds of starting the third game, King died for Crue, which meant he had not collected a single point. Commandment, the young star in third place, also died early for UnknownxArmy, which has opened the game up tremendously for other players to perform in the first places and gain a foothold. Bugha reached the top 10, but with only one kill he went to Peterpan, while Skite died in Riversan in the top 5. The final battle consisted of Riversan vs. Dubs of FaZe Clan, and Dubs was able to win, though Riversan and had an RPG.
Game 3: Dubs
Although Bugha has won the first game, he holds onto his top spot Like players like Skite, Dubs, Peterpan and King all show consistently good performances. At the beginning of the fourth game Skite Commandment switched off, while Dubs and King also sat early on the board. Tfue managed to get his first win and point in the game, but eventually fell to Mongraal before he could get another placement point. This was followed by Mongraal with four kills on Benjyfishy, Nayte, Bugha and Takumuramm, but when faced with a 1 against 1 against Psalm, he could not end it when Psalm shot into the ass and shot Mongraal in the back.
Game 4: Psalm
Bugha has a lead of eight points in the last two games, which means that he is undoubtedly the favorite; As long as he can collect some kills and get a few placement points, that should be $ 3 million. At the start of the game, Tfue and Dubs died almost simultaneously for Aqua and Stompy. Nayte fell to Clix while Aqua died at Tchub.
While none of the killings progressed in the fifth game, Bugha made it into the top five, meaning that he and his three killings received an additional eight points for expanding his lead. The last three went to Pzuhs, Kreo and Pika, and after Pzuhs had defeated Pika, Kreo drew an ordinary flintlock and shot Pzuhs directly in the chest to throw him into the storm and win the game.
Game 5: Kreo
This story develops as the day progresses.