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Who has the most Arena points in Fortnite?

Epic Games recently introduced the Fortnite Hype leaderboard to keep track of who is the best competitive Arena payer. Of course, that’s prompted many users to wonder who has the most Arena points in Fortnite? Here’s the lowdown on the best competitive player, according to the Arean playlists’ Hype leaderboard.

Which player has the most Hype in Fortnite?

Who has the most Arena points in Fortnite?

Fortnite players earn Hype by competing in Arena playlist games, with the top earners ranking highest on the coveted competitive leaderboard. Gaining Hype allows users to progress through the Fortnite Arena divisions and leagues; these can grant players access to exclusive events and rewards.

Wrzeszczyk.exe has the most Arena points in Fortnite. With 5827 Hype at the time of writing, Wrzeszczyk.exe is the top-ranking player on the Fortnite Hype leaderboard for competitive Arena playlists.

The Polish Twitch streamer has quite a sizable lead over his closest competitors right now. Naturally, the Fortnite Arena rankings can change over time, so keep an eye on Epic Games’ official Hype leaderboard.

As previously mentioned, gaining Hype in Fortnite can be a way for players to earn participation in tournaments. These can offer cash prizes, so climbing the Arean leaderboard is a worthwhile pursuit. Users need to progress through the Fortnite Arena leagues if they want to earn a spot on the Hype leaderboard.

Fortnite Arena divisions and leagues requirements

    •  Open League
      • Division I: 0 — 249 Hype
      • Division II: 250 — 499 Hype
      • Division III: 500 — 999 Hype
      • Division IV: 1,000 — 1,499 Hype
    • Contender League
      • Division I: 1,500 — 2,499 Hype
      • Division II: 2,500 — 3,999 Hype
      • Division III: 4,000 — 5,999 Hype
    • Champion League
      • Division I: 6,000 — 11,999 Hype
      • Division II: 12,000 — 15,999 Hype
      • Division III: 16,000+ Hype

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