Ninja’s record-breaking Fortnite Duos winning streak finally ends

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Fortnite players Tyler ‘Ninja‘ Blevins and Malachi ‘Reverse2k’ Greiner set a world record for most consecutive duo games won in a row, but that streak has finally come to an end.

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Winning games is already hard enough to do in Fortnite, but it’s even tougher to go on a long winning streak.

Ninja and Reverse2k made it look easy as they set the world record for most duo wins in a row with 43, but they kept on going after that and fans wondered if the two would ever lose again.

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They won another eight games in a row, but the winning streak ended at 51 victories in a row, which is impressive no matter how you slice it.

Of course, all good things must come to an end but the two players have cemented themselves in Fortnite history and this record will be a hard one to beat.

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It’s important to note that this record was accomplished in regular lobbies, but with the implementation of skill-based matchmaking, it’s a lot harder than it would have been even a month ago.

Lobbies will now match you up with players that are at your skill level so while Ninja and Reverse weren’t destroying pros, the players they did face weren’t slouches either.

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TSMTSM signed Reverse2k.
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The two players first began playing together during the Fortnite World Cup qualifiers, competing as a team.

They weren’t able to secure a spot in the tournament together, but they did come within a few points of getting a place several times. Reverse was able to qualify as a solo, but it would have been sweeter to do so with Ninja.

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Rising to prominence by playing with Ninja and competing in the World Cup, Reverse was able to join Team SoloMid’s star-studded Fortnite roster.

One thing’s for certain – the future is bright for the two players if they keep this up.

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