Tfue & Zemie win Dr Disrespect’s $100K Fortnite Hot Shot Duo Drop event: Final Results

Brad Norton
Dr Disrespect Fortnite tournament graphic

Dr Disrespect just hosted his very own Fortnite Zero Build tournament with a staggering $100,000 up for grabs. While Tfue & Zemie closed out the win, we’ve got you covered with a full breakdown of the results from Doc’s Hot Shot Duo Drop event.

  • $100,000 prize pool.
  • Zero Build kill-race format.
  • Doc bows out of own event with Top 6 finish.

With Fortnite’s Zero Build mode captivating the masses once again, high-stakes tournaments have been keeping the scene’s biggest names busy. Multiple six-figure events are already in the books and most recently, none other than Dr Disrespect followed up with one of his own.

Despite criticizing some aspects of the new mode, Zero Build has been enough to draw Doc’s attention back to Fortnite. Now he can say he hosted one of the biggest events yet after putting $100K on the line. Here’s how it all played out.

Dr Disrespect’s $100K Fortnite Hot Shot Duo Drop: Final Placements (Top 8)

Placement Team Prize
1st Tfue & Zemie $40,000
2nd Typical Gamer & Ranger $25,000
Top 4 Maddynf & UpshallGames $13,000
Aydan & Prospering $8,000
Top 6 BonsaiBroz $5,000
Dr Disrespect & DWolf $5,000
Top 8 summit1g & HutchMF $2,000
JoeWo & DougisRaw $2,000

Dr Disrespect’s $100K Fortnite Hot Shot Duo Drop: Stream & Schedule

As you would expect from his very own event, Dr Disrespect streamed the competition on his YouTube channel. While he was also dropping in as a competitor, Doc’s stream served as the best way to keep on top of action throughout the day, especially since others were restricted from even so much as mentioning his name.

The first lobby got underway at 1PM PT on Friday, May 27. With a full double elimination bracket, Doc’s event ran throughout much of the afternoon.

Dr Disrespect’s $100K Fortnite Hot Shot Duo Drop: Format

Doc’s Hot Shot tournament honed in on the popular Zero Build mode. Thus, gun skill was key as Duos dropped in for each round of the competition.

Akin to his many Warzone events in recent years, the two-time set this Fortnite event to be a kill-race competition. As a result, teams were pushing the pace and looking for as many eliminations as possible to advance through a double-elimination bracket.

Fortnite Zero Build graphic
Fortnite’s Zero Build mode has been a huge hit since locking down as a permanent fixture.

16 Duos were locked in to compete in total, with all players invited directly by Doc himself. Below is a breakdown of the prizing split teams were fighting for on the day:

  • 1st place: $40,000
  • 2nd place: $25,000
  • 3rd place: $13,000
  • 4th place: $8,000
  • 5th/6th place: $5,000
  • 7th/8th place: $2,000

Dr Disrespect’s $100K Fortnite Hot Shot Duo Drop: Players & Teams

From popular Warzone streamers to Fortnite veterans, plenty of big names got involved in Doc’s event.

Below is a full look at everyone that competed in the Hot Shot tourney.

TimTheTatman & Ninja DrLupo & CouRage LEGIQN & Reverse2k summit1g & HutchMF
Tfue & Zemie Punz & FoolishGamers StoneMountain64 & ZLaner Maddynf & UpshallGames
Dr Disrespect & DWolf Trick2g & Horsey Electra & Vanessuh BonsaiBroz
Typical Gamer & Ranger Aydan & Prospering HeadshotChick & Thiefs JoeWo & DougisRaw


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Brad Norton is the Australian Managing Editor at Dexerto. He graduated from Swinburne University with a Bachelor’s degree in journalism and has been working full-time in the field for the past six years at the likes of Gamurs Group and now Dexerto. He loves all things single-player gaming (with Uncharted a personal favorite) but has a history on the competitive side having previously run Oceanic esports org Mindfreak. You can contact Brad at