Fortnite has already taken over most of the world so, of course, why not take over E3 2018? It did just that with the Fortnite Pro Am by hiring out a freaking soccer stadium and pairing 50 of the world’s best Fortnite players up alongside some famous (and less-than-famous) faces. So, who won Fortnite Pro Am and which of the celebrities reached the top 10? Read on to find out!
Who Won Fortnite Pro Am? List of Competitors
The full list of the 100 competitors can be found on Epic’s Fortnite Pro Am site but the big names from the world of Fortnite were all there, rest assured. The likes of Ninja and Ali-A rocked up, as did Markiplier and Myth.
On the celeb side of things, the lineup was eclectic. Everyone from WWE Superstar Xavier Woods, UFC champ Tyron Woodley and comedian Joel McHale showed up. Heck, even Chandler Riggs AKA Carl from The Walking Dead took part.
Who Won Fortnite Pro Am? The Warm Ups
Three matches took place during the Fortnite Pro Am, with two of those being warmups before the main event. In the solo warmup game to kick things off, NoahJ took the Victory Royale, beating Kinstaar into second place. The duos warmup saw Kinstaar again reach the final two, but this time coming out on top alongside UFC fighter Sean O’Malley.
Who Won Fortnite Pro Am? The Final
Who else but Ninja, easily the most popular Fortnite player on the planet, took hope the spoils in the Fortnite Pro Am final by beating CourageJD and Denver Nuggets player Kenneth Faried.
Who Won Fortnite Pro Am? Prize Money and Leaderboards
Ninja and partner Marshmallo took home $1 million in prize money for the charity of their choosing. The remainder of the top 5 and how much they won for charity are as follows:
- CourageJD/Kenneth Faried ($500,000)
- KittyPlays/Chandler Riggs ($250,000)
- StoneMountain64/Jordan Fisher ($100,000)
- Ali-A/Pete Wentz ($80,000)