The Duos tournament for week five of the Fortnite Fall Skirmish competition series has come to an end for both the European and North American regions.
The Team Liquid pro player Duo of ’72Hrs’ and ‘Chap’ were victors of the NA tournament, while Gentside Esports’ ‘Blaxou’ and ‘Madzen’ took home the crown in the EU half of things.
Both Duos took home $67,500 for taking first place, and a whopping 610 points for the Bush Bandits, since all four players were part of the same Club.
In order to better understand this recap, look over the details of the six-match Duos format used for this week, called ‘Royale Flush.’
Victory Royale: +3 Points2nd-3rd Place: +2 Points4th-5thth Place: +1 Point–8+ Eliminations: +3 Points6-7 Eliminations: +2 Points4-5 Eliminations: +1 Point
Team Liquid’s 72Hrs and Chap are two of the most dominant Fortnite players in the world, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that they dominated the NA field by earning 11 points, five more than the second place team.
They were followed by FaZe Clan pro players ‘Tennp0’ and ‘Jaomock,’ who got 7 points to secure $47,500 and 215 points for the Fort Knights. The pair got a Victory Royale in the first match, with three eliminations.
The top-three for the NA region was rounded off by free agent competitive players ‘An2ny’ and ‘Emad,’ who took home $36,250 and 165 points for the Rift Raiders.
The pair were also in a four way tie with Chap and 72Hrs, Team EnVy’s LeNain and Scatch, and SSG’s Colton and Ghost Gaming’s Thwifo for the $25,000 bonus for getting most eliminations in a single match.
Here are the top-20 finishers of the NA tournament. The full final placements for all 50 NA Duos teams can be seen on the Fall Skirmish event page here.
Blaxou and Madzen, who are both part of the the French org Gentside Esports’ Fortnite pro team, captured 13 points to take first place in the competition, including a massive 11 elimination performance in the final match.
They were also one of the three teams that shared the most eliminations in a single match, which earned them a third of the $25,000 bonus.
Taking second place, with an 11 point tournament performance, were Team Kinguin’s ‘Taiovsky’ and ‘Hycel,’ who secured $47,500 and 215 points for the Fort Knights.
Rounding out the top-three for the EU region were competitive players ‘Sieba’ and ‘Boyer,’ the latter of which placed first in last week’s Solos tournament.
The pair, who also had 11 points but fell to third because of a tiebreaker, took home $36,250 and 165 points for the Dusty Dogs.
The following standings reflect all points earned by Club members following the week five competitive tournament, including week four’s ‘ATK Grand Prix’ Trials event.