Fortnite Fall Skirmish Week 5 'Royale Flush' tournament - streams, live scores, players, format, and more - Dexerto

Fortnite Fall Skirmish Week 5 ‘Royale Flush’ tournament – streams, live scores, players, format, and more

Published: 19/Oct/2018 1:11 Updated: 19/Oct/2018 20:44

by Albert Petrosyan


The fifth week of the Fortnite Fall Skirmish competition is set to kick off on October 19, with the European tournament taking place at 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET / 5 PM BST, and the NA half of the event starting at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET / 9 PM BST.

The Fall Skirmish is a series of Fortnite competitions that takes place over the course of six weeks, with $10 million set to be awarded in total. Competitors include popular content creators, pro players, and special Epic Games invitees.


Last week’s Solos ‘Big Bonus’ event was won by FaZe Clan’s Tfue on the NA side, with ‘Boyer’ taking home the EU crown.

Official Stream

Each week’s tournament is live-streamed by Epic on the official Fortnite Twitch channel, which we have included below.


Additionally, many of the players also stream game-play on their own channels, some of which have been included in the ‘Additional Stream’ section at the bottom of this page. 

Watch live video from Fortnite on

Week 5 Competitive Format: Royale Flush

This week’s tournament features a scoring system called ‘Royale Flush,’ a six-match Duos format that prioritizes both eliminations and match placements.


The Duo that finishes with the most points after six matches wins.

Victory Royale: +3 Points
2nd-3rd Place: +2 Points
4th-5thth Place: +1 Point

8+ Eliminations: +3 Points
6-7 Eliminations: +2 Points
4-5 Eliminations: +1 Point

Participating Players

50 players from each region have been invited to play in this week’s tournament, and they’ve also been given the opportunity to pick their own Duos partner.


Because the full list of players is not officially revealed until the tournaments begin, we have provided an unofficial list below, courtesy of esports statistician ‘DonnySC.’

Fortnite Fall Skirmish Week 5 Duos (Updating)


Live Scores and Standings

The live scores and standings for both the EU and NA tournaments will be provided on the Fall Skirmish main event page, with Epic updating them after each match.

Fortnite Fall Skirmish Week Five Live Scores and Standings

Prizes and Club Points

The top 10 placing Duos of each region’s tournament will be awarded with a cash prize based on the breakdown shown below.

Additionally, a $25,000 bonus will be awarded to the team that has the most elimination in a single match from any of the six total matches. A further $10,000 will be awarded to all Duos that completes a Royale Flush (Victory Royale & 8+ eliminations) 

The top 10 teams will also earn points for their respective Clubs.

Week 5 Trial Event – Trap Ball (Not Streamed)

In addition to the main competitive tournament, each week of the Fall Skirmish also features special Trials, which are played during the week and are open to all members of each Club.

The Week Five Trial event is called ‘Trap Ball’ and players from each Club will compete against each other in the Spiky Stadiums found in the Playground LTM.

The top performers of this Trial will be awarded a cash prize and valuable points for their team. 

Current Club Standings

The following standings are up-to-date and reflect all calculated points after the week four Trials event. With only two weeks of the Skirmish remaining, Clubs will have to try harder than ever to finish high up in the standings and earn a larger share of the $4 million Club prize pool 

Additional Streams

The streams of some of the competitors of this week’s Skirmish will be added in this section once the tournaments begin.

Watch live video from Ninja on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from Tfue on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from NICKMERCS on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from POACH on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from KingRichard on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from Chap on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from KittyPlays on www.twitch.tvWatch live video from Vivid on


HenryG explains Cloud9’s CSGO player salaries after $400k floppy deal

Published: 7/Oct/2020 19:11

by Calum Patterson


Cloud9 have now confirmed that Ricky ‘floppy’ Kemery is the fourth player of their self-proclaimed CS:GO “colossus” roster, in a deal worth over $400,000, bringing their total to around $4 million in player contracts, with another two players still to go.

Floppy joined Cloud9 from ATK in January, and is now transitioning to the new ‘colossus’ roster alongside ALEX, mezii, and woxic.


The colossus began with the signing of ALEX from Vitality, whose deal is worth $1.65 million. He was joined by fellow brit Mezii on a $426,000 deal. Then, woxic was added from mousesports, in another deal surpassing the $1m mark, at $1,365,000.

This latest deal for floppy takes the total value of this 4-man squad to $3.87 million, and with two players to go (GM Henry  ‘HenryG’ Greer has plans for a six-player roster), is set to surpass the $4 million mark.


Since HenryG’s move from casting into a management role at C9, he has aimed to shake-up the traditionally opaque nature of esports transfer dealings.

In each of the four signings, Greer has confirmed the length of the player’s contract, and it’s total value over that period. All four players announced so far have been signed to three-year deals.

After the floppy announcement, Greer clarified on Twitter that despite the lower total value of deals for floppy and Mezii (compared to ALEX and woxic), each player’s deal is negotiated on an individual basis.


“Ricky has received a pay increase from his previous contract and that will be reviewed each year of his stay,” he concludes.

Presumably, salaries could increase based on performance metrics or other value added to the brand by the player, or as thanks for loyalty to the team.

After he was confirmed as the GM of Cloud9, Greer told Dexerto: “My plans for this team are certainly ambitious. I wouldn’t be involved in any sort of General Manager role unless I had absolute full control of the roster and direction we plan to head.

HenryG casting CS:GO at DreamHack event
HenryG is now at the helm of Cloud9’s CS:GO venture.

“C9 have entrusted me with their entire CS:GO dynasty and, honestly, I think that’s one of the boldest moves any org has made in a long time.”

HenryG and Cloud9’s new approach to player deals could very well set off a new trend in CS:GO and esports generally, though for now, they remain on solitary ground.