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SEN Animal performed on Day 2 of qualifying at PAX West in Seattle, Washington, the site of the final week of 201
For the second straight day technical difficulties caused a delay of the action. But eventually everything was solved and there was a lot of exciting action.
Hundreds of Fortnite players went head-to-head hoping to qualify for the final on Monday. More than 30 places were on the line again on Saturday, with points available in several ways: three eliminations got one point; five killings led to a second point; and seven-plus kills resulted in a total of three points. In the meantime, a top-10 finish led to a point, a runner-up or second placed home two points and a win for Royale took three points.
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Day 2 saw Sentinel's captain SEN Animal secure first place after scoring seven points and 14 eliminations. (Attention: NSFW language.)
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Ghost Aydan (18 eliminations) and Envy LeNain (13) also scored seven points, but SEN Animal won the tiebreaker on placements.
Early It seemed like Ghost Aydan, who plays with a controller, would be the player to beat. By dropping off at Tiilted Towers, he came early with seven eliminations in the first game and eight in the second.
However, it was SEN Animal – late in the game because of his removal from Ghost Aydan – who was the last player in Game 2.
If you want to see more of the action on Saturday, you can watch Fortnite's stream .
With three points for the win Royale and one for three eliminations SEN Animal finished with his Game 2 performance practically a place in the final from. But he would not email in the last two games.
SEN Animal went into Game 4 for a 10-piece to place an exclamation mark in its qualifying round. That helped him end the day with the second-best eliminations, and thanks to his victory in Game 2 Royale, he was the best dog on Saturday.
A total of 33 players came into the qualification until Saturday. Ghost Bizzle (six eliminations, three points) and Liquid Poach (four eliminations, two points) were among those who made it to the final on Monday when a $ 225,000 grand prize is due.
The last day of qualifying will take place on Sunday and can be visited on the official Fortnite Creek.