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Unexpected Winners Of Fortnite Winter Royale




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The Fortnite Winter Royale has just finished this Sunday and has given us new rising stars. This was a 3-day tournament duo competition with a prize pool of $15 million. It went from 20 to 22nd December.

Fortnite Winter Royale was a direct follow-up of the massive Fortnite World Cup that took place at the end of the July. A big prize surely motivated a lot of players to join and save up some money for the holidays. Although we had some favorites, it turns out that none of them climbed to the top.


Fortnite Winter Royale

Only the best duos could participate in the Winter Royale

Fortnite Winter Royale featured the best players from 7 regions: NA West, NA East, Europe, Asia, Brazil, Oceania, and the Middle East. They all had the ability to win the same amount of money for the first place – $9000. Although the event went for 3 days, it was comprised of 3 separate tournaments, so we have multiple winners in every region.


NA East Winter Royale Was The Most Popular

Many fans were focused on the NA East region, which had plenty of popular Fortnite players such ash Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf, Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney, and a massive Twitch star Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins. However, thanks to the fierce competition, no one of them managed to secure the first place.

Instead, the first day was won by FaZe Diggy and Marz, who scored 146 points. However, as it is usually the case, they couldn’t secure their spot on Day 2, when Kreo and Buck dominated everyone. Innocents and Ajerss managed to win on the 3rd day after finishing 2nd on the Friday. Each of them took the prize of $9000.


Winners of Fortnite Winter Royale Day 1


In the meantime, Saevid and Scolly dominated the first day of the European event with a 22 point advantage. PodaSai and Orkh from the MCES won on the second day, after a close race against Ditrxx and Rezon Ay. Lastly, Virsuh and Prizmhy dominated on the third day.

Fortnite Winter Royale Day 2: Europe

MCES managed to secure first place on Day 2 Winter Royale in Europe

NA West event was completely dominated by Thomuss_ & wavyjacob duo, who won the first two days in a row, which is really hard to accomplish. Maken1x and Frapai II secured their $ 9000 on the last day.

Remaining Winners


Day 1 KBR and Roboto

Day 2 C9 Nicks and Master

Day 3 Nothing and Clipnode



Day 1 Goboz and Worthy

Day 2 Link and Slaya

Day 3 Kquid and Caryion


Middle East

Day 1 Souriano and Snow

Day 2 POWER Rv and POWER Nm7

Day 3 POWER Yonx and POWER FHD



Day 1 Favs and Slays

Day 2 No.1 and WR.Rialy4k

Day 3 CR RizArt and CR Ruri 82


If you are interested in seeing the more in-depth list, you can find it here.

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When he is not climbing ranks in League of Legends or battling the Nameless King in Dark Souls 3, Marko writes about everything gaming related. He lives in Zagreb and is an ambitious Netflix addict.


Ninja gets skin on Fortnite in new update




Tyler “Ninja” Blevins will have his own skin in Fortnite. The streamer made the announcement on Wednesday morning (15) on a broadcast on his Mixer channel. The item is part of the Icon Series, which already has the Marshmello and Major Lazer skins. According to the player, the news comes to the game on Thursday (16), along with the 11.4 update, the first of 2020 at Epic Games Battle Royale. Nevertheless, the skin is only available for three days, leaving the game catalog as early as the 19th.

Ninja gets skin on Fortnite in new update

Skin will be available in update 11.4, which will be released this Thursday (16). (Image: Epic Games)

The character’s look was praised by the streamer. The skin features spiky hair, a blue jacket and hood, and black pants. “(The skin) looks like me,” commented Ninja during the broadcast. Other news involving the player has also come to Battle Royale: an emote, a blingback and a pick are available to the player who purchases the item. You can even vary between four skin customizations.

The title developer plans to release more such items, bringing real-world personalities into the game. Loserfruit and TheGrefg, for example, are also confirmed by Epic Games.

Fortnite Update 11.4 also features a new weapon side rank feature. In non-competitive matches, the player may “set aside” the assault rifle as a heavy assault rifle, which returns in this patch. Now it will also be possible to upgrade the rarity of weapons early in the game. New items have also been added, such as the Flint-Knock pistol and the Shockwave and Impulse grenades.

Funds are already nearing the end of Fortnite’s first season, Chapter 2, which began in October last year. The next one is scheduled to start in February, and should bring news such as map changes, battle pass and new item releases.

How to get Ninja skin in Fortnite?

Ninja’s skin will be in store for a limited time, however, and availability will cease once it is removed. The skin will be removed three days later, on January 19.

Ninja’s partnership is part of a new Icons series in which Epic Games collaborates with musicians, artists, movies, fashion and more to bring themed experiences to Fortnite. Past collaborations included Marshmello and Major Lazer. Epic has also confirmed that YouTube creators Loserfruit and The Grefg are future collaborations of the Icons series.

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Most anticipated games of 2020: The Last of Us Part II




Talking about the most anticipated games of 2020 and not quoting The Last of Us Part II doesn’t really match. The sequel produced by Naughty Dog is one of the most anticipated titles for those who played the first The Last of Us in 2013 – and I dare say, maybe even for those who didn’t play it either.

It seems that Naughty Dog will use its best weapon, that is, an emotionally drawn narrative and attention-grabbing multidimensional characters to deliver the desired sequence. After all, everything the producer has presented about the game so far focuses on these aspects.

This time, the deuteragonist of the first game, Ellie, is the one that gets the most prominence. And her personal journey for revenge will possibly help her discover more about her own origins – or so the community has been speculating for months.

Most anticipated games of 2020: The Last of Us Part II

The Last of Us Part II is one of the most anticipated titles for 2020. (Image: Naughty Dog)

Of course Joel, the protagonist of the first game, is also back, but the spotlight seems to rest on the young woman in the sequence. And in addition to a very emotional and cinematic storyline, The Last of Us Part II will feature new gameplay.

It will be possible to jump between small spans, dodge threats and even block some attacks. Crawling to escape the enemy’s field of view is also new. Ellie will also be able to focus on three different types of skills (Survival, Manufacturing and Stealth) and listening, the mechanics of the first game, is back in continuation.

The young woman will primarily use a bow and arrow, but may use heavier knives and firearms as well. And besides, there will be new enemies.

So far, we know that Jackson County in Wyoming and Hillcrest in Seattle are among the settings of The Last of Us Part II. However, the question remains: will we ride in various areas and cross the United States, as in the first game?

Most anticipated games of 2020: The Last of Us Part II

Ellie can also focus on three different types of skills (Survival, Manufacturing, and Stealth). (Image: Naughty Dog)

So far, only Ellie’s purpose has been publicized, and it’s basically a revenge that will unleash an unbridled trail of blood of violence – something that will even force Joel to try to help her, for better or for worse.

However, what or who exactly causes this uncontrollable thirst for revenge on Ellie? What about your relationship with Joel after the end of the first The Last of Us? Are they on good terms?

What will Ellie discover by chasing the group of fanatics known as the Seraphites? There are a lot of questions and, it seems, the game will stir the players’ emotions again.

What do I look forward to most in The Last of Us Part II? Multifaceted and captivating characters (either positively or negatively); social, political and even environmental issues; and a narrative full of conflicts and reflections along the way.

At the same time, other than a replay of the first game, Naughty Dog seems to be whimsically experimenting with new mechanics, enemies and locations – and who knows what else the producer is hiding up its sleeve…?

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What to expect from Xbox in 2020?




If you need to recognize something about Microsoft in recent years, it’s that they worked hard. The current generation of consoles has been dominated by the PlayStation 4, which has taken advantage of the public’s rejection of the initial Xbox One concept and has emerged as the market leader, selling over 100 million units in about 6 years.

There are no official Xbox One sales figures, but the console is thought to have roughly half of its main rival’s sales – not necessarily a bad figure, but still below its predecessor, the Xbox 360.

But it must be admitted that, in a difficult situation, Microsoft’s gaming division, which was now headed by Phil Spencer, did not stand still, making several decisions not only reactive to what Sony was doing, but making its own. proposals and concepts to expand and revitalize the brand.

In the console area itself, Microsoft has reiterated and improved Xbox One with several new versions, including a significantly more powerful Xbox One X. For example, unlike the management of their predecessor, Don Mattrick, Spencer and their team worked to implement a backward compatible system for Xbox One, capable of running not only Xbox 360 games and the original Xbox.

Xbox has also firmly embraced the policy of offering services to its consumers, with its big asset being the Xbox Game Pass, which allows subscribers to access a revolving catalog full of great games (most recently including GTA V), plus discounts for anyone who wants to. buy the game before it is removed from the program.

What to expect from Xbox in 2020?

Microsoft promises news for this year 2020. (Image: Microsoft)

Game Pass also serves as a showcase for its main titles, making its great exclusive available to the program’s subscribers. And considering the company’s major studio acquisitions in recent years, including Playground Games (Forza Horizon), Ninja Theory (Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice) and Obsidian Entertainment (The Outer Worlds), this showcase should only get more flashy going forward.

Microsoft also seems to want to “decentralize” the Xbox public association as just a console: for a few years now, Microsoft has come back to value the PC market. Game Pass has its own desktop version, and exclusives like Gears 5 and Halo: Reach (part of the Master Chief Collection) are in its catalog.

More than that, in some cases, Xbox has made occasional alliances with potential rivals to expand its brand, such as selling its games on Steam and even porting titles like Ori and the Blind Forest and Cuphead for the Nintendo Switch.

It wasn’t a perfect way – Scalebound’s cancellation still hurts many people’s hearts – but Microsoft has prepared significant ground for the future. And by 2020, there is a chance to make a big splash in the competition.

The power of the new console is still officially unknown, but the trailer above gives us an idea of ​​what can be done with a platform compatible graphics engine, and they are downright impressive. Microsoft has also indicated that it will be backwards compatible with generations past its release, and it seems that it will even run more than one game at a time.

The Xbox Series X arrives in late 2020, and will have as its flagship product Halo Infinite, whose mission is to revitalize the franchise after the warm reception of Halo 4 and Halo 5. But the game will also be available for Xbox One. and for PC, stressing that the name “Xbox” is not limited to one machine.

In addition, a classic franchise, Flight Simulator, will also return in style for all three platforms.

It is expected that Microsoft is hiding some cards up its sleeve, which should be revealed (expected) during E3 2020, but at this point, considering all the work of the games division, it is quite possible to imagine that Xbox end the year in a promising way.

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