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Tfue wins another Fall Skirmish Fortnite tournament

This is his second win of the Fall Skirmish.

Joe Russo Oct 13, 2018 6:28 am

One of the most popular Fortnite: Battle Royale players in the world has proven to be one of the top performers in the Fall Skirmish series.

Turner “Tfue” Tenney has won his second Skirmish tournament in the past three weeks, claiming victory in Friday’s “Big Bonus” Solo competition. Tfue was victorious two weeks ago in the Fall Skirmish, winning more than $40,000 in the process.

Image via Epic Games
Image via Epic Games
Image via Epic Games

With this win, Tfue claimed the $37,500 grand prize. Fellow high-profile pro players Noah “Vivid” Wright and Jake “Poach” Brumleve finished out the top three, with the Liquid duo earning more than $25,000 individually.

The “Big Bonus” format followed a similar style that past tournaments featured. Players earned three points for Victory Royales or seven-kill games, while they could also accrue points for top-10 finishes and at least three eliminations in a single game. Players would receive a cash and point bonus, however, if they were able to eliminate more than seven players in a single game.

Related: How to watch the Fortnite Fall Skirmish series

In the European side of the competition, Adam “Boyerxd” Boyer finished atop the leaderboard to earn the cash grand prize and 170 points that will go toward his Club’s total.

The standings among the Skirmish Clubs, which were introduced at the beginning of the Fall Skirmish, have changed a bit. The Fort Knights, who were in the lead last week, have since been usurped by Bush Bandits. The Lucky Llamas have also escaped last place, pushing Rift Raiders into the fifth spot.


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