The highly anticipated solo portion of Fortnite’s FNCS All-Star Showdown has featured some high-octane action, and winners worldwide have been crowned and awarded their share of the massive $3m total prize pool.
The FNCS All-Star Showdown featured the most consistent players from each over the last few FNCS’s, and they duked it out in a series of mini-games and was ultimately capped off with a solo event with a staggering prize pool.
This is the first major solo event in quite some time, and there were some notable winners and top placers in each region!
All-Star Showdown results
There was an ample amount of anticipation leading up to this solo event among fans, as this was the first time since 2020 where we got to witness a major solo event. Largely due to the fact that all FNCS events for 2021 and the foreseeable future are going to be trios.
Now, with the event wrapping up around the world, we are going to run over the top 10 final placements in each region, along with the prize money they earned during this event.
LETS FUCKING GOOOOOO IM THE FKING BEST pic.twitter.com/SZxY8D71ea
— volx (@volxfn) June 26, 2021
For the most part, the competition was close but Volx was able to catch an early victory royale, and quickly established himself atop the leaderboard and three consecutive top-five finishes solidified his spot atop the Oceanic standings.
|3rd||Lord of Stealthy||$11,000|
Asia was the second region to cap off its competition, and it featured the same prize pool as Oceanic. However, unlike Oceanic, the competition went all the way down to the wire, with the first and second place finishers only being separated by eight points.
|1st||Runa King 7||$20,000|
|6th||OWM Stork 1||$6,000|
1ST PLACE SOLO ALL-STAR FINALS ($150,000) pic.twitter.com/67koOHzpIF
— GUILD TaySon (@taysonFN) June 26, 2021
Regarded as the best region in the world, there was incredible action to witness over in Europe, and Tayson came out on top with a magnificent performance in the last match.
|1st||GUILD TaySon 7||$150,000|
The Middle East concluded their portion of the solo event, with a close finish once again, which seems to be the theme worldwide during this solo competition.
North America East
🏆 1st 🏆 PLACE SOLO ALL STAR ($75,000) pic.twitter.com/0zuUa3zKA5
— PaMstou (@PaMstou) June 27, 2021
A region filled with top-notch talent, North America East did not disappoint us yet again. The top ten finishers were filled with house hold names in competitive Fortnite, and similarly to other regions during the day, the standings were ultimately decided in the final game.
|6th||FаZe Dubs ϟ||$27,000|
|10th||TSM FTX Comadon||$11,000|
With the top of the leaderboard separated by only two points, Brazi has quietly become one of the world’s best regions for competitive Fortnite.
|3rd||SRN Phzin Ӝ||$22,500|
|7th||fazer ay ӝ||$11,000|
North America West
THEY DONT KNOW ME BROOOO 35k 💰💰💰 pic.twitter.com/BxhKjeVfJ4
— Riversan (@riversan) June 27, 2021
The last region to host their event, this was one of the few times where Rhex, EpikWhale, or Arkham were not at the top of the leaderboard. Instead, it was former Team Liquid player, Riversan who had a bounce-back event to get his name solidified as the solo champion.
That wraps up the action for the Fortnite FNCS All-Star Showdown solo competition, we will have to wait and see when the next round of FNCS occurs sometime next month!