When your parents brag about you playing game so much, show them this post, they might change their mind. This 16 year old gamer shocked the world by winning 3 million dollars in a Fortnite Tournament this past weekend, it's not strange for people who are in the esport community, the price pool can go up to hundred of millions and it's up to those prodigies to keep surprising us. Let's read about this world breaking story.
If your parents ever scolded you for continuously playing PUBG and Fortnite for hours, show them this!
In a historic feat, a 16-year old gamer just won $3 million (approximately Rs 20.64 crores) after winning a Fortnite World Championship this past weekend.
Just earlier this month, we came across a remarkable story of a 13-year-old streaming Fortnite for 10 hours per day to collect money for his dad's cancer treatment. And the Fortnite player who's spreading climate change awareness on his livestreams. And now this!
Kyle Giersdorf, who goes by the name of Bugha online, won among 40 million players across 40 nations who participated in the event. He was victorious in the solo event which was held at Arthur Ashe stadium in New York City. In the final round, he battled against 100 other solo contestants. The tournament also had a duo section which had 50 duo teams in the finale. The duo tournament was won by Aqua and Nyhrox.
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In a report by CNN, Giersdorf said, "Words can't really explain it. I'm so happy," He further added, "Everything I've done in the grind has all paid off and it's just insane."
To the uninitiated, Fortnite is a popular battle-royale survival game on PC as well as iOS. While the game theme is similar to PUBG, the game is free to play on PC. The game comes with in-game purchases for adding some aesthetic tweaks to your character, but apart from that, the game is entirely free to play. The game stands to compete against Apex Legends, by EA, which is another battle-royale themed game which is free to play.
When compared to PUBG, there are considerable differences in the way the game looks and feels. For starters, the game looks more cartoonish as opposed to a serious setup on PUBG, with bright colours instead of a dystopian warzone as seen on PUBG. It also brings in Minecraft-like options to build your fort or bunker by collecting materials to combat against opponents.
Developed by Epic Games, Fortnite's free-to-play nature has attracted quite a bunch of players on PC, as well as iOS. Various game streamers have actually earned a fortune playing Fortnite, including the famous Ninja who won Rs 70 Crore in 2018 by just broadcasting his Fortnite gameplay online.
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