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Fortnite: Results for the first week of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational

Fortnite: Results for the first week of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational

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The first week of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational has ended. And with that ending, we brought you the results of the seven competitive regions. The games were very intense, even with the reduction from 600 to 300 players. Despite some server errors and queuing times, players were able to show their skills. In each region, 300 players will move on to the second week, so they will be looking to earn more money. In this new format, players will add up scores in two days, and the result of this will determine where they will compete next weekend.

Each region had its exceptional performances captured in individual streams and in the official Fortnite broadcast. Thanks to KinchAnalytics on Twitter, it provided fans and players with a resource for accumulated scores. Let’s take a look at how each leaderboard was divided at the top across the seven regions.

Europe

As on the first day, Benjyfishy had a great pace and took first place in week one of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational. Adding 452 points in the two days of competition. 77 eliminations, leaving him as a favorite for the second week. This performance shows that Benjyfishy has the potential to win the entire competition.

Team Atlantis’ Letshe came in second after finishing behind benjyfishy on the first day. Team Liquid’s mitr0 competed with the name not assumed. He finally managed to take third place overall and first place on the second day, with 208 points. The three players impressed and moved on to the second week with 297 others.

Fortnite: Results for the first week of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational

European results for the first weekend of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational. (Image: KinchAnalytics)

East North America

The performance of the SoloMid team dropped sharply on the second day, however, the score from the first day helped him. Accumulating 407 points in the two days combined. His performance on the first day included three consecutive Victory Royales. Even gaining just 99 points on the second day, Commandment made up for it on the first day.

Team Liquid’s Stretch climbed the table a lot on the second day, with an impressive 239 points. Along with the 120 on the first day, they earned him second place. With that consistency, he managed to hold third place in the first week. Some other notable names in the top 40 include Illest, Clix, Innocent, Bugha, Av and RogueShark.

Fortnite: Results for the first week of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational

East North America results for the first weekend of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational. (Image: KinchAnalytics)

West North America

Wavyjacob broke 200 points on the second day and took first place in the first week. The excellent controlling player didn’t even need a Victory Royale to reach 406 points. However, 73 eliminations made a big difference for him on the scoreboard. Wavyjacob continues to appear more and more in western NA. It will be on the rise as we approach the grand finals.

Daddy powur held second place with 390 points. He won two Victory Royales over two days of play and remained consistent the entire time. NRG’s EpikWhalerr closed in third place, with a very consistent performance similar to Daddy and Wavy. The top 40 features other notable names like 100T rehx, Thomuss, 100T Arkhram and many others.

Fortnite: Results for the first week of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational

West North America results for the first weekend of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational. (Image: KinchAnalytics)

Oceania

RepulseGod added 151 points on his first day, totaling 244 at the end of the second, enough to be in first place. He can be considered the best solo player in oceania. This victory will give a lot of confidence to the rest of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational. RBK finished the second day with 236 points, placing him in second position.

Fortnite: Results for the first week of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational

Oceania results for the first weekend of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational. (Image: KinchAnalytics)

Brazil

The first day had Vanish Thome leading, but Frosty got 289 points on the second day and took him to the first place. He won four Victory Royales and an impressive 74 kills. Leleo reached third place overall. Here’s how the top 40 stood out in Brazil.

Fortnite: Results for the first week of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational

Brazil results for the first weekend of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational. (Image: KinchAnalytics)

Asia

Ess made a great performance with 189 points each day and won first place in the Asian region. Consistency is crucial to getting a good result, he showed that. Beating NSR leader EpikKogalerr on the first day by just four points. CR Rurplayerrr closed third, but still managed to make some money after the first week.

Fortnite: Results for the first week of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational

Asia results for the first weekend of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational. (Image: KinchAnalytics)

Middle East

SAQR Njby almost reached 400 points in two days, but ended up settling for 394 and winning. Njby’s 227 point effort on the second day won him week one of the FNCS Invitational. Following the ASMR Xx73q closely, he saw similar numbers, as Njby reversed overnight. The top 300 will compete in the second week of Invitational.

Fortnite: Results for the first week of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational

Middle East results for the first weekend of the Fortnite Champion Series Invitational. (Image: KinchAnalytics)

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Fortnite: Competition with Superpowers Dislike Players

Fortnite: Competition with Superpowers Dislike Players

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The new season of Fortnite, which added skins, weapons and Marvel-themed items, has been a lot of fun for those who play battle royale outside the competitive landscape. And it has been a full plate for content creators. But the update has been the subject of constant complaints from professional players. American Bugha, one of the biggest names in electronic sports and last year’s World Cup winner, expressed his indignation on a social network.

Bugha refers to items that simulate superpowers used by Marvel heroes and villains. Among the new superpowered weapons available in the game, at least two of them are competitive so far. Two powers of Doctor Doom, a glove that casts lightning without stopping and a ball of energy that destroys buildings.

Fortnite: Competition with Superpowers Dislike Players

Doctor Doom statue in Fortnite. (Image: Epic Games)

Other Complaints

For Brazilians Mojak and Spitflow, these new powers should not be in competition.

“In a championship, for example, if you use mythical powers you can easily make a trio focus. A trio becomes focus when several other opponents start shooting at the same building. With infinite ammo or a stronger energy ball , the walls are destroyed more quickly “.

“A trio with stronger items than everyone else gains an advantage over that. Example is Doctor Doom’s gauntlet that unleashes” bullets “endlessly”

Therefore, it is common in competitions that several players struggle to dominate this point in search of weapons. With 100 players in a match, only one will be able to use the items.

Other powers were only in casual play. Like a powerful Iron Man beam, and blows with Wolverine’s claws. Something that, for the professional player Blackoutz, should also happen with the weapons of Doctor Destino.

Complaints are not exclusive to superpowers

Professional dissatisfaction with weapons or unbalanced items goes beyond the new superpowers. The dance grenade, for example, returned to the game this season and is practically a negative unanimity between them. With that, Epic Games decided to take the dance grenades out of Fortnite’s competitive mode. The latest update has been subject to constant complaints from professional players as mentioned above.

Fortnite: Competition with Superpowers Dislike Players

The dance grenade is one of the most criticized items in Fortnite. (Image: Epic Games)

“The item does things that don’t have counterplay or the counterplay isn’t enough,” explained Blackoutz. “The grenade makes the opponent dance for a few seconds, preventing him from firing and countering the blow – leaving him completely vulnerable to opponents.”

“Both deal 200 damage, which, in my view, does not guarantee a fair fight. This hinders the championships, as the players no longer depend on their ability, but on luck”

Recurring issue

The complaints have not started this season. In the last two, mythical weapons dominated the discussions. These items were found only in bosses located at specific points on the map. And who dominated those points, ended up finishing the season winning the main tournaments.

In season 2, the Brazilian Frosty won the FNCS Invitational with the mythical scar and grappler – considered the most unbalanced items of the time. The following season, another victory for those who conquered the ground with the best weapons: the Argentine K1ng dominated Toca do Gato and won with the grenade launcher.

Despite the duo’s undeniable talent, many opponents questioned whether the results would be the same if these mythical weapons were out of the championships.

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League of Legends: Details of Patch Notes 10.19

League of Legends: Details of Patch Notes 10.19

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League of Legends (LoL) receives champion Samira. The game had the official Patch Notes 10.19 released by Riot Games. The update is of great importance to the esports scene, as it will be used in the 2020 LoL World Championship. The highlight was the confirmation of the newest shooter Samira. It is scheduled for release on September 21, 2020 along with its secondary PsyOps skin. As well as the already video standards demonstrating the operation of each one of them in LoL. Next, check out more details about the new champion.

League of Legends: Details of Patch Notes 10.19

Samira is new to this Patch Notes 10.19 in League of Legends. (Image: Riot Games)

Samira’s skills

So far, Samira’s skills had been shown quite superficially in her official trailer. With the skills summary, you can now get a better sense of your potential in Summoner’s Rift. Below, check out the passive and skills that the new shooter has:

Passive – Audacious Boost

Sequential and unrepeated skills increase Samira’s Style score by one letter, ranging from ‘E’ to ‘S’. Each Style score grants her additional Movement Speed. Samira can deal damage from a distance with his pistols or melee with his sword. The sword deals additional magic damage. In addition, the champion can toss enemies whose movements have been weakened by her allies into the air, prolonging the displacement effect.

Natural Talent (Q)

Samira fires directly with his pistols at a distant enemy. Opponents within melee range take a sword strike instead of a shot.

Sharp Maelstrom (W)

Samira spins the sword around her, dealing damage twice to nearby enemies, in addition to destroying opposing projectiles that are within the area and that enter the area during the skill.

Indomitable Momentum (E)

Samira advances and cuts through enemies (and allies) dealing magic damage and gaining additional Attack Speed for a period. Eliminating enemy champions resets the cooldown of the ability.

Infernal Trigger (R)

Samira fires a volley of shots, hitting all surrounding enemies ten times over the duration. Each shot deals Physical Damage, applies Life Theft and can cause Critical Strike. She can only cast the ability if her Style score is ‘S’ (maximum).

Samira PsyOps

Riot Games says the new PsyOps-themed skins will be released in this update. While Kayle, Zed, Pyke and Viktor received their PsyOps skins this Thursday (17th). Along with the LeBlanc Championship skin, Samira wins the skin on its launch, on September 21, this being its secondary skin. It is a military style outfit with several futuristic and technological elements. The other champions who already own their PsyOps outfits are Ezreal, Sona, Shen, Vi and Master Yi.

League of Legends: Details of Patch Notes 10.19

Samira PsyOps will be available at the champion’s launch. (Image: Riot Games)

All changes to Patch Notes 10.19

  • Ahri: Fox Fire (W) mana cost and cooldown reduced. Mana cost was fixed from 55 to 40 and the cooldown went from 10/9/8/7/6 to 9/8/7/6/5 seconds.
  • Akali: Base damage and multiplier of Five Point Strike (Q) ability power reduced. The ability now causes 30/55/80/105/130 (+0.6 ability power) and no longer 35/60/85/110/135 (+0.65 ability power).
  • Aphelios: Base attack damage growth increased from 2 to 2.4.
  • Azir: Surja’s (W) additional attack speed reduced from 20/30/40/50/60% to 15/25/35/45/55%.
  • Caitlyn: Base attack damage and reduced attack speed growth. Base damage went from 64 to 62 and the attack speed increased from 4% to 3.5%.
  • Irelia: Base damage to the dam and the perimeter of the Vanguard Blade (R) increased in the last levels – both went from 125/225/325 to 125/250/375.
  • Ivern: Sluggish Seed (E) increased from 40/45/50/55/60% to 50/55/60/65/70%.
  • Lucian: Base attack damage growth reduced from 2.75 to 2.3.
  • Senna: Chance of appearance of Specters of the Mist (passive) reduced in troop kills – 8.33% in troops that Senna kills (approximately once every 2 waves) to 4.166% in troops that Senna kills (approximately once every 4 waves).
  • Sivir: Lightfoot (passive) additional movement speed increased from 30 – 50 to 35 – 55 (levels 1 to 18).
  • Sylas: Usurpar (R) cooldown reduced at last levels. The skill has now gone from 100/80 / 60s to 100/70 / 40s.
  • Twisted Fate: Base movement speed reduced from 335 to 330.
  • Udyr: Phoenix Posture cone-shaped damage (R) increased from 50/95/140/185/230/275 (+0.6 ability power) to 60/110/160/210/260/310 ( +0.7 ability power).
  • Vayne: Increased Final Hour (R) attack damage increased from 25/40/55 to 35/50/65.

 

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League of Legends: 10 Players Who Will Be Missed at Worlds 2020

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League of Legends: 10 Players Who Will Be Missed at Worlds 2020

Faker, Uzi, Rookie and other big names in the League of Legends scene will not be present at Worlds 2020. This is the main event on the Riot Games calendar. The championship, which this year will take place in a bubble system due to the coronavirus pandemic. You will surely miss several names that ended up being left behind, either because they did not qualify, for retirement, bad time, among other cases.

Faker (T1)

After lifting the Worlds trophy for the last time in 2016, Faker will once again not compete in the world championship. The only time he was out was in 2018, one of T1’s darkest years. After the redesign, the team reached the semifinals of the event in 2019, but did not go beyond.

League of Legends: 10 Players Who Will Be Missed at Worlds 2020

Faker will once again not compete in the world championship of League of Legends. (Image: T1)

Teddy (T1)

Even with an unstable T1 year, Teddy is still one of the best snipers in the world and will be missed at Worlds of League of Legends.. Despite the team not having a good time, Faker’s teammate managed to make some good presentations during the last two stages of LCK, including one of the highlights of the 1st Split, when T1 lifted the trophy.

League of Legends: 10 Players Who Will Be Missed at Worlds 2020

Teddy is still one of the best snipers in the world and will be missed at Worlds of League of Legends. (Image: T1)

Doinb (FunPlus Phoenix)

Current champion of the world, the FunPlus Phoenix team failed to qualify for the Worlds in 2020 of League of Legends. Consequently, it will be a year without Doinb in the middle route. One of the highlights of last year, the player and his teammates had a lower than expected performance in the LPL this year and in the last Split they fell to V5 by 3 to 1 in the first bracket.

League of Legends: 10 Players Who Will Be Missed at Worlds 2020

FunPlus Phoenix team failed to qualify for the Worlds in 2020 of League of Legends. (Image: FunPlus Phoenix)

Rookie (Invictus Gaming)

Rookie is, without a doubt, one of the best players in the world. However, the year was not the best for Invictus Gaming. Although it was decisive at various times in the LPL, the medium was not able to “load” the team. Not being able to change the unstable scenario in time to get the spot for Worlds of League of Legends. The IG ended up eliminated after the 3-0 against LGD in the quarterfinals of the Chinese league and lost the chance to qualify.

League of Legends: 10 Players Who Will Be Missed at Worlds 2020

Rookie is, without a doubt, one of the best players in the world of League of Legends. (Image: Invictus Gaming)

TheShy (Invictus Gaming)

TheShy’s exotic choices on the top route will not be present at Worlds 2020. Like Rookie, the player failed to qualify and fell behind after a season of underperforming personal performance.

League of Legends: 10 Players Who Will Be Missed at Worlds 2020

Another great League of Legends player outside Worlds 2020. (Image: Invictus Gaming)

Uzi (Retired)

Uzi’s retirement was one of the most memorable moments of the League of Legends in 2020. The sniper arrived as one of the big names for the title in all editions of the tournament he played in, but unfortunately he couldn’t keep up until, in fact, lifting the trophy of the championship.

League of Legends: 10 Players Who Will Be Missed at Worlds 2020

Uzi’s retirement was one of the most memorable moments in the League of Legends in 2020. (Image: LPL)

Blaber (Cloud9)

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