FaZe Cizzorz and co. win $3 million Creative Finals at Fortnite World Cup - recap and final placements - Dexerto

FaZe Cizzorz and co. win $3 million Creative Finals at Fortnite World Cup – recap and final placements

Published: 26/Jul/2019 21:28 Updated: 26/Jul/2019 23:12

by Albert Petrosyan


The first-ever Creative Finals of the Fortnite World Cup have come to an end, with FaZe Clan’s Cizzorz and his Fish Fam team finishing in first place.

Day one of the Fortnite World Cup kicked off on July 26 with the Creative Finals – a $3 million competition featuring the best Creative players in the world.

There were eight teams of four players – a prominent figure from the Fortnite community as the captain, and three players who qualified via the Creative Trials that were held over the past few months leading up to the World Cup. 

Epic GamesAll of the teams and players that competed in the Creative Finals at the Fortnite World Cup.

The tournament was split into four unique games, called sets, each one consisting of three individual matches. Based on their performances, teams were awarded prize money after each match, and the squad that performed the best over the three matches was awarded with a silver llama.

The final game, called Golden Games, handed out a golden llama to the best team, which had greater value than its silver counterparts. The team with the most llamas at the end of the tournament placed first overall and earned a $1 million prize. 

The four game sets for the Creative Finals.

Set 1 – Sky Station Showdown

Epic GamesRules and format for the Sky Station Showdown.

The first game set was called Skystation Showdown, which required players to try and hold onto the capture points to earn score. 

The first team to reach 1,000 points or have the highest score when the time expired was deemed the winner.

After three matches of play, Funky Fighters earned first place, $100,000 in prize money, and the first silver llama of the Creative Finals. 

Placement Team Prizes
1st Funky Fighters $100,000
2nd Llama Record Co. $85,000
3rd Raven’s Revenge $75,000
4th Cuddle Crew $55,000
5th Lil Whip Warriors $55,000
6th Fish Fam $50,000
7th Sunshine Soldiers $50,000
8th Chicken Champions $40,000

Set 2 – Junkyard Juke

Epic GamesRules and format for Junkyard Juke.

The premise of Junkyard Juke was to dodge the defenders and sprint to the center of the map to score points. Each of the three matches featured four rounds of play, with two of the teams being guards and six of the teams being props. 

Chicken Champions lived up to their namesake in this game, taking first place and $130,000 in prizes, while also securing the ever-crucial silver llama.

Placement Team Prizes
1st Chicken Champions $110,000
2nd Lil Whip Warriors $110,000
3rd Llama Record Co. $95,000
4th Funky Fighters $65,000
5th Cuddle Crew $40,000
6th Raven’s Revenge $30,000
7th Fish Fam $30,000
8th Sunshine Soldiers $30,000

Set 3 – World Run

Epic GamesRules and format for World Run.

The third set of games, called World Run, was essentially a giant race to the finish, as players had to travel through checkpoints and pick up as many coins as possible.

The team that managed to pick up all 30 coins in the least amount of time was crowned champions of the match, with three total matches played for the set. 

There was actually a tie in this set, as Fish Fam and Raven’s Revenge finished neck-and-neck after the three matches, each team earning $110,000.

However, it was determined that Fish Fam would receive the coveted silver llama for this game, creating a three-way tie going into set four. 

Placement Team Prizes
1st Fish Fam $130,000
2nd Raven’s Revenge $80,000
3rd Sunshine Soldiers $75,000
4th Funky Fighters $65,000
5th Cuddle Crew $5,000
6th Llama Record Co. $40,000
7th Lil Whip Warriors $40,000
8th Chicken Champions $30,000

Set 4 – Golden Games

Golden Games, the fourth and final set of the Creative Finals, was a bit more important than the other three because it awarded a golden llama to the best team, which had more value than the silver llamas given out during the previous three sets. 

Each match was modeled after the other three sets, but with a twist, as a certain aspect of the rules or format were altered to throw the players into a loop. 

As expected, the matches were all an intense affair, and it was Fish Fam who managed to come out on top after the three rounds, earning back-to-back sets and the golden llama. 

Placement Team Prize Money
1st Fish Fam $110,000
2nd Funky Fighters $95,000
3rd Raven’s Revenge $80,000
4th Lil Whip Warriors $65,000
5th Sunshine Soldiers $50,000
6th Chicken Champions $40,000
7th Cuddle Crew $40,000
8th Llama Record Co. $30,000

Final placements for Fortnite World Cup Creative Finals

With all four sets of games completed and the scores tallied up, here are the final placements for the first ever Creative Finals at the Fortnite World Cup, along with the prize money that each team got to take home. 

Epic GamesFinal placements and prize split for Fortnite World Cup Creative Finals.

Remember, this is only the first half of day one of the proceedings, and is followed by the Celebrity Pro-Am, which you can watch live by visiting our dedicated Fortnite World Cup viewing hub.

The Duos and Solos finals, which will have a collective prize pool of $30 million, will be played on July 27 and 28 respectively. 


Fortnite Crew explained: Battle Pass skin packs, V-Bucks, price & more

Published: 24/Nov/2020 16:40 Updated: 24/Nov/2020 16:51

by Tanner Pierce


Starting with Chapter 2 Season 5, Fortnite will have a brand new subscription service titled Fortnite Crew, which aims to bring a slew of different features that players love, wrapped up into one nice little package. Here’s everything you need to know. 

Season 4 of Fortnite is rapidly coming to an end. The Marvel-themed season has been around for a few months now and in December it will be replaced by Season 5. While we don’t know the full extent of the new season, we do know that it’s set to introduce a brand new service called Fortnite Crew.

This subscription-based model, which is a first for Fortnite, is set to introduce a brand new way to get the battle pass each season, while at the same time earning some free goodies to sink your teeth into. But how does it work, how much does it cost, and what does it include? Here’s the breakdown.

Fortnite Crew contents

The most attractive inclusion in this new subscription service is that of the battle pass. Each month, you’ll get the premium version of the battle pass at no extra cost to you, so long as you’re subscribed to Fortnite Crew.

Beyond that, however, you’ll also receive a number of different items beyond the premium battle pass. You’ll also receive 1000 v-bucks and an exclusive Fortnite Crew Pack, which in-and-of-itself includes a skin and a “matching accessory”.

Fortnite Crew cost

According to Epic, the Fortnite Crew subscription service will cost players $11.99 a month. This price makes the service an objectively good deal, as a normal battle pass costs 950 V-bucks, which costs around $8.

So for a few extra bucks from the standard price of a battle pass, you’re getting 1000 extra V-bucks, an exclusive skin pack, and the battle pass itself.

How to subscribe to Fortnite Crew

Epic Games
Players will be able to purchase the Fortnite Crew subscription from the Item Shop when it launches in December.

Subscribing to Fortnite Crew is, apparently, quick and easy. All you have to do is click the icons found in the Fortnite Item Shop or on the battle pass screen, meaning it doesn’t seem like players will have to jump through a bunch of hoops in order to get access to the service.

In addition, Epic Games also confirmed that fans will be able to cancel their subscription at any time. Presumably, fans will be able to keep all of the items they unlocked through the service up until that point, considering they would have already paid for that month.