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Fortnite: the best free agents from the competitive

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Skill sets are essential for any professional Fortnite player. The mix of construction mechanics, purpose and understanding of the game contributes to some excellent competitors. One of the biggest names in the competition include Benjy “benjyfishy” Fish, Kyle “Mongraal” Jackson and Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf. These three players, from different organizations are some of the most recognized names in Fortnite. This is due to various reasons, skills, presence on social media and also their achievements within the game. However, there are several players within the game who are very talented, but without representation like that of these players. Their skills are similar, but they have never seen a sponsorship to represent them.

While organizational support in Fortnite is questionable. There are players whose name would elevate the instant an e-sports brand would take them on board. With that said, we decided to take a look at the best free Fortnite agents on the market as they are today.

Rocco “Saf” Morales

Rocco “Saf” Morales is the newest member of the competitive entered the Fortnite free agent market. This competitor from several NA East tournaments has compiled a career for himself since the launch of Fortnite in 2017. Saf has spent nearly two years at Ghost Gaming after joining August 2018 and recently split from the organization. earlier this month. He started competing alongside NRG member Williams “Zayt” Aubin at the start of Fortnite, and the two have remained consistent for the past two years.

Rocco “Saf” Morales and Williams “Zayt” Aubin at NA East. (Image: @GhostSaf)

Saf and Zayt's duo took second at WSOE 3, first at ESL Katowice Royale 2019 and qualified three times for the Fortnite World Cup, where they finished fourth. These two are undoubtedly the best duo in Fortnite's three-year history, considering their online and offline achievements. Saf also achieved a stable career as a solo player, with a second place in the Secret Skirmish and several high finals in Solo Cash Cup tournaments. Saf won well over $ 1 million in tournament winnings, making him one of the most sought-after free agents in Fortnite.

Wavy “wavyjacob” Jacob

Despite the below average payouts, NA West players are always at a high level. Even though they are exceptional players, they do not compare to eastern NA and Europe. However, when a player wins as much as wavyjacob, he starts to separate from the group. This player is always at the top of NA West rankings in online tournaments. He prides himself on his ability to accumulate countless eliminations apparently effortlessly.

Wavy “wavyjacob” Jacob is one of the best players in NA. (Image: @ wavyjacob1)

Since November 2019, wavyjacob has won four Solo Cash Cup wins. He also found success with his partner and control partner Thomuss. Wavjacob and Thomuss dominated the NA West Winter Royale in 2019 with victories on days one and two, followed by a third place on the third day. Controller players are often volatile due to Epic Games' potential to nerf the entry. Still, wavyjacob is among the absolute best in a controller and has yet to find an organization in more than a year of competitions in Fortnite.


Scoped is a player who recently entered the scene after a relatively smooth competitive history of Fortnite. Back in Season X, Scoped started a series of hits in Solo Cash Cups with several finals in the top ten in Fortnite Chapter 2. He soon became the new partner of Turner “Tfue” Tenney and started a significant increase in popularity and results. Scoped has won two Solo Cash Cups in the last month and continues to appear in pairs with Tfue.

The scoped has more than $ 33,000 in earnings in Fortnite tournaments. (Image: @Scopedlol)

With each tournament that passes, Scoped continues to separate itself from its control counterparts and should be a good option for any organization. Especially with its recent rise in social media. The scoped has more than $ 33,000 in earnings at Fortnite tournaments.

Brazilian, 23 years old, I follow eSports since 2010 with a good experience in Counter Strike Global Offensive, Fortnite, League of Legends and Valorant with articles and news published in the electronic sports scene.