The third DreamHack Open featuring Fortnite event is over and the best players from Europe, NA West and East have now reaped their rewards after all the intense competitive action.
After over a week of Fortnite-filled action, DreamHack September Open ft. Fortnite has concluded. From September 12-20, we got to see the best players in the world clash it out for a share of the $250,000 prize pool.
With thousands of players condensing into a couple of hundred by the finals, we got to see rising stars and fan favorites throughout the regional tournaments.
NA West DreamHack Open standings
1ST ???? LETSGOOOOOOO (4000$)
F/A BTW pic.twitter.com/RMOm0kw2oS
— Alliege (@AIliege) September 14, 2020
In NA West, Alliege took the crown with a 300-point haul, with the remaining top-five players falling short by around 5-20 points of one another. Each player fought hard as the gaps between them were dangerously narrow the whole way through
Players who fought aggressively and chased eliminates were rewarded more than those that played defensively, and the tight nature of the final standings shows how stacked the region really is.
Alliege performed marvelously, claiming the champion title and pocketing $4,000 thousand in prize pool earnings. Nach came second at 287 points and received $2,000, while 100 Thieves’ Arkhram placed third with 281 points and an earning of $1,800.
NA East DreamHack Open standings
Ggs 1st Place pic.twitter.com/okUmOq1eXi
— Marz (@Marz_OW) September 19, 2020
On the other side of North America, Marzz_Ow topples his opponents over and wins DreamHack Open’s NA East regional tournament. With a 290-point total, Marzz_Ow barely beat out reigning Solos World Cup champion Bugha, who finished just four points behind.
Much like NA West, this regional tournament was also intense as most players scored near each other, with only a couple of points separating the top-five. The champion was able to claim his throne through tactical yet aggressive gameplay, which earned him many eliminations and even a Victory Royale.
Marzz_Ow pocketed $10,000, Bugha earned $5,000 in second place, while hen placed third and won $4,700.
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European DreamHack Open standings
2X DREAMHACK WINNER LETS GOO ($16.000) pic.twitter.com/lyLERKkg1c
— teeq (@teeqFN) September 20, 2020
In Europe, teeq won the regional tournament with 260 points and claims his second DreamHack Open champion title.
He performed exceptionally, but so did his top five rivals. However, teeq separate himself by securing the highest average elimination score at a whopping 3.33, while everyone was around one to two, proving how incredible he played during the European regional tournament.
The winner received a share of $16,000 in prize pool earnings, while znappy took $8,000 and Verox $7,400.
September DreamHack Open format
This September tournament’s format was Solos, splint into three stages: Heat stage, Grand Final qualifiers, and Grand Finals. Open to everyone, players had to earn points by playing 10 matches during the Heat stage’s three-hour period.
This format was present in the qualifying stage, but the only difference was that only 100 out of the 1500 players could proceed to the Grand Finals. The winner of each regional tournament’s Grand Final stage was decided through six matches.