Epic Games placed solo mode as the main game mode in Chapter 2 Season 3 of Fortnite. The prize pool is around US$ 5 million in the six competitive regions. That weekend the players entered with the hope of qualifying for the second phase. This first phase would be exhausting, with players facing up to nine hours playing without interruption. Remember that the top 50 players from Europe, Brazil, NA East and NA West will reach stage two after session three. The top 25 competitors from Oceania, the Middle East and Oceania will do the same.
On the first day, Rezon continued his great phase in that solo FNCS. He won 21 eliminations and a Victory Royale in the six games of session three. Rezon ay’s 62 points secured a place in the next round towards the Grand Final. The player had won the Mongraal Cup in July, now he guarantees himself as one of the most solid players in Europe.
BL Henchman, also known as BL Hen, came in second with 47 points. He totaled 13 eliminations and a Victory Royale in the six games played. After finishing the second season’s Chapter 2 FNCS Invitational in tenth place, he will now dispute the title. Other notables in the top 2 include DreamHack Anaheim Champion, 50T MrSavage, DreamHack Online Champion teeq, NRG benjyfishy, FaZe Mongraal and many others.
On the second day NRG benjyfishy decided to show up. He continued an impressive sequence of solo placements with a victory in the second FNCS Qualifier. In the six games, benjy made 23 eliminations for a total of 38 points. As a result of his performance in the Grand Finals, Benjy secured his second stage in two qualifications in two days. It seems that the young competitor of NRG Esports discovered the goal this season.
Noahreyli OVA finished in second place with 54 points. Like benjyfishy, Noahreyli is having a solid season after coming in second in a Solo Cash Cup. Noahreyli has had 25 eliminations, the highest among players. Other notables for finishing in the top 50 include 100T MrSavage, teeq, MCES Andilex, FaZe Mongraal, Liquid mitr0 and ATL LeTsHe.
The PGOD player started too well. He collected 66 points in the first session of the FNCS Chapter 2 Season 3 Qualifier. The Peruvian had 20 eliminations and a Victory Royale after six matches. This is PGOD’s second impressive showing in solo competitions, ranking 17th at DreamHack Online Open last month. He was ahead of other big players, including BBG Bucke, who came right behind him.
TSM Khanada, 100T Ceice, NRG Edgey, NRG Clix, Liquid Cented, Liquid Riversan and FaZe Dubs were others to guarantee themselves in a good position on the first day. Players have three more heats to accumulate points in the series or finish in the top 50 to reach stage two.
On the second day, Liquid STRETCH and Bugha topped the leaderboard in eastern NA. However, STRETCH is standing out as the best solo player in its region. Last time, he won first place in the DreamHack Online Open. After doing very poorly on the first day, STRETCH moved up from 100th place in the semi-finals to first place in the Grand Finals. He accumulated 57 points with 16 eliminations.
Bugha, the Fortnite World Cup champion also made his first qualification on the second day only. He won 54 points in six games with 14 eliminations. Acorn, who was a FNCS finalist twice, finished third with 51 points for a Victory Royale.
At Na Wesst, Criizux on the first day reached 66 points, with 21 eliminations and a Victory Royale. Criizux now has consecutive solo performances, after being eighth in the DreamHack Online Open. He narrowly beat one of NA West’s best players at the NRG EpikWhale.
EpikWhale came soon after with 64 points, with a Victory Royale too. Some other notables that will move to the batteries include maken, Frapai, 4DRStorm and CLG Symetrical.
Middi, just 15, was well placed in western NA. His 68 point performance came from 20 eliminations and no Victory Royales. It was a much-needed display by young competitor XTRA Gaming, who did not finish in the top 50 on the first day.
XTRA Gaming member Kenshi finished just behind Middi in second place. With 63 points, he drew with Arkhram from 100Thieves. However, Kenshi’s Victory Royale lifted him over Arkhram on the leaderboard.
SNG King continues to dominate the Brazilian scene, winner of the Solo Cash Cup several times and four times finalist of the FNCS. He won 69 points in four games, with 17 eliminations and three wins.
LOUD leleo came right behind him with 67 points in the session. He had 23 eliminations. And on the second day, King dominated with 67 points. He was one of the highlights of the Fortnite World Cup. His performance produced 14 eliminations and 2 Victory Royales. The young Argentine will be a favorite as we get closer to the Grand Final. FA Nicks, a double eliminator from the Fortnite World Cup, took second place on the second day with 61 points.
On the first day Eshzzz and worthy competed for position on the leaderboard during the Grand Final. Eshzzz moved away with a third place in the final match. With 80 points in total, including 22 eliminations and a Victory Royale, he stood out. Worthy came close behind with 70 points.
On the second day, fifteen-year-old Australian player sunz took first place. In the Grand Final, he got 58 points, with 17 eliminations and no Victory Royales. Also on that list are Criser and Muffinman2104, who respectively finished second and third with 51 points. Looter, Sorif, Muz, worthy, volx, Jynx, Oatley and jahlyn have already qualified twice for stage two.
Finally, in Asia, T1 SinOoh won a one point victory on the first day. With a total of 57 points in six matches, managing a Victory Royale and ten eliminations. SinOoh will now appear on his fourth consecutive heat at the FNCS and will be looking for his first significant win later this month.
On the second day, CE jozya won his classification. After six games, jozya finished with 58 points in total. He won the opening game of session three and found himself in the winners’ circle. He will move on to stage two, along with second and third places, leyyner 44 and NSR Rainy.