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Fortnite designers create Icon Series skins for Tfue, NICKMERCS and more

by Eli Becht
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Fortnite fans have taken it upon themselves to create their own Icon Series skins for their favorite streamers after Epic Games announced the new initiative.

Epic Games got the ball rolling with streamer skins in Fortnite by introducing one for Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins. Ninja was one of the first streamers to shine a light on Fortnite, so it makes sense for him to be immortalized first.

This was followed up with a Pokimane and Jordan Fisher emote shortly after. There are also plans for Loserfruit and the Gregf to have special cosmetics in Fortnite.

Ninja Fortnite skin also has his Pon Pon dance
Epic Games
Ninja has an emote to go along with his skin.

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Epic Games won't just be limited to the creators they list but instead, they could go up and down the wide selection of Fortnite content creators when deciding what skin to add next.

In fact, some talented fans like The Final Hoss and many others have taken matters into their own hands and designed their very own skins for several streamers.

Pokimane emote fortnite
L: Epic Games R: Pokimane
Pokimane has her own emote in Fortnite.

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Everyone from Valkyrae, Myth, Tfue, NICKMERCS, are covered here, so Epic might already have some ideas for who's next thanks to these very elaborate concepts.

For example, Zenofy's creation of the 100 Thieves star Valkyrae has gained widespread attention, collecting over 3,000 likes on Twitter.

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Next, we have a look at a former 100 Thieves content creator that jumped ship to FaZe Clan in NICKMERCS. His design was created by The Final Hoss, who also whipped up a design for fellow streamer DrLupo.

If none of these streamers are your cup of tea, designers took a crack at some of the other big names like Myth, Hamlinz, Tfue, and Lachlan. No matter who you're a fan of, there's bound to be a design here that blows you away.

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Anyone of these would be excellent options for future skins and some of them are so good that it's hard to believe fans made them.

We don't yet know what plans the developers have outside of the names mentioned in their official announcement, but there's no denying that any of these players would be a bad choice to receive their own Fortnite skins.