Ninja did not qualify for the Fortnite World Cup
Streamer Tyler Ninja Blevins did not qualify for the Fortnite World Cup single tournament, but he can still compete for participation in the duets championship. The last pair qualification will be held June 20-21.
Ninja did not hit the top of the rankings for the last week, which means that he lost his last chance to compete in the World Championships in solo mode. At the moment, the organizers have not yet announced the full list of participants in the solo tournament – they check accounts, calculate rating points and clarify player personal data.
Among the Fortnite World Cup participants are Turner Tfue Tenney, Timothy Bizzle Miller, Williams Zayt Obin and other representatives of FaZe Clan, 100 Thieves, Ghost Gaming, Team Liquid, NRG Esports and Gambit Esports. The qualification for the doubles tournament also passed two players Virtus.pro.
For ten weeks, Epic Games held qualifiers for the Fortnite World Cup in single and double modes. The total prize pool of almost every qualification amounted to a million dollars, and was doubled in the last two qualifying rounds. Another $ 30 million organizers will play July 26-28 at the LAN-finals in New York.