The “Fortnite” World Cup is over and after numerous qualifying rounds, 16-year-old Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf prevailed in the final in New York.
The road to the Fortnite World Cup began on April 13, 2019, with ten weekly online open qualifying rounds. By June 16, there were a total of $ 1,000,000 for the participants, who were split among the players depending on their placement.
The top 100 solo players and the 50 best duos from around the world came together after the qualifying rounds in New York and fought in the final for the win and a total of $ 30,000,000 in prize money from July 26-28.
Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf prevailed
In the individual competition, the native of Pennsylvania Kyle played in the first place. The 16-year-old esports professional and streamer goes home as a lucky millionaire because he earned prize money of 3,000,000 US dollars.
Already the first game in the final went well for him and he was able to fight his way to the top without much difficulty. Overall, he came to 59 points ahead of the second-placed “Psalm”, who can look forward to a prize of 1,800,000 US dollars.
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