Following the six intense aggressive matches on the iconic Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York City, the Fortnite community has lastly topped its first-ever Solos World Cup champion.
Bugha completed atop the leaderboard with 59 points, an astonishing 26 points above CLG’s Psalm, who completed with 33 points. The highest-three was rounded off by NRG’s Epikwhale with 32 points. The competitors used a format that awarded points to gamers for each elimination and placements in every match.
Bugha’s road to turning into the World Cup champion began in match one, the place he received the Victory Royale and kicked off what ended up being a wire-to-wire victory. The win, coupled with his nine eliminations, gave him a strong 19-point haul to kick things off.
13-year-old Argentinian participant KING set an enormous impression as nicely through the first match, making some aggressive pushes for eliminations to get second place.
A really intense endgame between FaZe Clan’s Dubs and LeStream Esport’s Skite led to the way in which of the Frenchman, who received the Victory Royale despite simply having eight health points when the match completed.
The win was sufficient to push Skite into sixth place. However, game one standouts Bugha and KING did enough to keep their places atop the leaderboard.
Not letting his narrow second-place finish within the previous match faze him (no pun intended), Dubs regained shortly to get a powerful Victory Royale in game three.