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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.