The Fortnite world record for solo eliminations has been broken yet again. This time, it’s a player from the Asian region that has set the bar for all opponents to aim for.
The world record of 32 kills, set by diddytheboy on October 29, was so impressive that we believed it would stand for a number of weeks, but Japanese player ‘Rizart’ clearly had other ideas.
The Fortnite phenom managed to rack up a staggering 34 kills in just one game and was quick to share his accomplishment on Twitter and YouTube.
According to Rizart’s bio on Twitter, he represents a professional Fortnite team called ‘Crazy Racoon’. He also has almost 73,000 subscribers on YouTube - a number that is sure to rise if he continues to break records in such emphatic fashion.
The full video of Rizart’s accomplishment can be found below. As you can probably imagine, it’s pretty action-packed and begins with a number of kills in the ever-popular Tilted Towers.
While players from North America and Europe tend to get the most publicity in Fortnite, we’ve seen a number of world records smashed by players from the APAC region in recent weeks.
As the competitive Fortnite scene continues to grow, it will be interesting to see whether any of the top players from the region will be able to compete with the world’s best at international tournaments.
You can keep up-to-date with all of the current world records for PC, console and mobile by visiting our hub here.
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