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TSM Fortnite pro wins $100,000 ESL Katowice Royale Solos tournament – recap, highlights, final placements

Published: 1/Mar/2019 19:32 Updated: 1/Mar/2019 21:12

by Albert Petrosyan

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The first half of the ESL Katowice Royale Fortnite event has come to a close with Team SoloMid pro player Vinny ‘Vinny1x’ Gilgan taking home first place.

Vinny’s 319 points were good enough to secure the top spot on the leaderboard, just three points higher than the 316 that Team Atlantis’ Max ‘Magin’ Merrien got to earn second.

The top three was rounded off by Team Solary superstar Huynh ‘Kinstaar’ Duong Huynh, who finished with 269 points. 

If you are not familiar with the format used at ESL Katowice Royale, make sure to brush up on the scoring system below before continuing on with the rest of the recap. 

Total Matches: 7
Each Elimination
: 5 Points

Victory Royale: 65 Points
2nd Place: 58 Points
3rd Place: 56 Points
4th Place: 54 Points
5th Place: 52 Points

. . .

50th Place: 1 Point

Having just won the Solos tournament at the Secret Skirmish, it came no surprise that Ghost Gaming’s Bizzle snatched the Victory Royale in the first match of the day.

However, that was not good enough to grab the top spot, as LeStream Esport pro player Skite grabbed an early lead with an impressive 93 points.

Kinstaar’s bid to eventually finish third was spurred on by his tremendous Victory Royale in game two, which helped him grab first place with 141 points. 

Bizzle held onto second place after the second match, with round one leader Skite dropping down all the way to sixth. 

The third match saw GamersOrigin pro Julez grab the Victory Royale to grab second place, but Kinstaar’s impressive display of eliminations and placement helped him retain the top spot with 163 points. 

Things began to get serious as the halfway mark of the tournament was passed, and it was at this point when eventual champion Vinny1x put on an impressive showing to bring his points total to 201, good for first place.

He did not get the Victory Royale in match four, however, as the game was won by South Korean pro player AimHero_o, who also had four eliminations.

Match five saw Bizzle put on an impressive showing to climb to the top spot at 233 points. With the Victory Royale having gone to pro player Skram, there was a massive shakeup at the top of the leaderboard that saw a lot of new names in the top five. 

With the tournament having very much reached its business end, Magin and Vinny1x did just enough to solidify their presence in the top three, while the Victory Royale itself went to LeStream pro TheVic.

With still all to play for in the seventh and final match, Team Sentinel’s Animal grabbed the Victory Royale to secure his position in the top 10, while Kinstaar outperformed Bizzle just enough to replace him as the final player in the top three. 

With the Solos tournament now having reached its end, here are the full final standings, including total points earned and prize claim. 

Placement Player Name Points Prize
1. Vinny1x 319 points $20,000
2. Atlantis Magin 316 points $16,000
3. Solary Kinstaar 269 points $12,000
4. Ghost Bizzle 255 points $8,000
5. LeStream Skite 248 points $6,000
6. SEN Animal 244 points $6,000
7. NRG Zayt 244 points $4,000
8. Skram 237 points $4,000
9. INTZ Histtory 224 points $4,000
10. Forward Ares 223 points $4,000
11. itemm 223 points $2,000
12. LeStream TheVic 220 points $2,000
13. LeStream Blaxou 219 points $2,000
14. DV1 Hoopek 208 points $2,000
15. AGO Zeek 205 points $2,000
16. Atlantis Mitr0 205 points $2,000
17. Faze FunkBomb 205 points $1,000
18. Beehive 205 points $1,000
19. Liquid Vivid 196 points $1,000
20. LeStream Vato 185 points $1,000
21. Fnatic Motor 185 points
22. TSM ZexRow 185 points
23. Liquid 72HRS 180 points
24. LDLC Seth 179 points
25. SinOoh 179 points
26. GO JuleZ 178 points
27. Ghost Kamo 178 points
28. CP JarkoS 177 points
29. LDLC Madzen 175 points
30. Domentos 165 points
31. Villex 160 points
32. Alliance Tommo 157 points
33. RNG x2 Jordan 157 points
34. G2 RazZzero0o 155 points
35. WE_Zero7_CN 155 points
36. Ghost Aydan 154 points
37. smeef 152 points
38. VP Jamside 150 points
39. Svennoss 149 points
40. Bloodx 145 points
41. Ghost DMO 142 points
42. Ghost Issa 141 points
43. E11 Boyerxd 138 points
44. Solary Nikof 137 points
45. Zyppaan 136 points
46. E11 Tschinken 130 points
47. TOP Aimhero_o 129 points
48. AGO Povity 126 points
49. Tuckz 121 points
50. K1nzell 120 points
51. Pr0vokd 115 points
52. Faze Nate 111 points
53. G2 x8 111 points
54. Fwexy 109 points
55. Secret Milan 107 points
56. Forward Noward 106 points
57. Navi Alpha 99 points
58. TOP FaxFox 99 points
59. Solary Airwaks 99 points
60. Unique Mirwana 98 points
61. GO M11Z 96 points
62. RNG x2 Jesse 95 points
63. Navi Bowman 92 points
64. DV1 Nero 88 points
65. Ghost Saf 85 points
66. Giants xlsma 80 points
67. SEN Aspect 77 points
68. Prism Teeqzy 77 points
69. E11 Crippa 74 points
70. CR Crazy Llama 74 points
71. Liquid Chaplo 74 points
72. Meta Envy 73 points
73. Heretics Ryux 71 points
74. Solary Hunter 71 points
75. VP 7ssk7 69 points
76. DV1 Sk1x 66 points
77. Andeeza 64 points
78. Atlantis kejseR 64 points
79. Vitality Keolys 63 points
80. Coffeh 63 points
81. Fnatic Jarl 62 points
82. E11 Stompy 53 points
83. Windwalker 52 points
84. WE_Lil Jay_CN 51 points
85. Unique Inclyde 48 points
86. Liquid Poach 39 points
87. TSM Cloud 39 points
88. Sak0ner 39 points
89. DV1 Taiovrsky 35 points
90. Atlantis Khuna 34 points
91. Vitality Maxalibur 27 points
92. TSM Myth 25 points
93. MarkiLokuras 19 points
94. INTZ Faah 15 points
95. Giants LOLiTO 10 points
96. Prism Mushway 10 points
97. Fnatic Eryc 5 points
98. Fnatic Pow3r 5 points
99. CR RizArt 2 points
100. Viallinen 0 points

Just a reminder that this was the first of two tournaments to be played at ESL Katowice Royale, with a $400,000 Duos tournament still to come on March 2-3. For more information about that tournament, including confirmed duos, format, prize breakdown, and more, visit out ESL Katowice Royale hub.

Make sure to also follow us on Twitter @Dexerto as we will be providing coverage of the event as it takes place, with a full recap to follow its conclusion. 

League of Legends

LIVE: LCS Lock In 2021 Day 1: 100 Thieves, Liquid start on top

Published: 15/Jan/2021 23:00 Updated: 16/Jan/2021 0:48

by Andrew Amos

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The LCS has kicked off 2021 not with the Spring Split, but with a new tournament called Lock In. Similar to the KeSPA Cup or Demacia Cup, NA’s top teams will duke it out in a pre-season event right before the main season. Here’s what you need to know.


  • 100 Thieves smash TSM to open up their 2021 campaign at LCS Lock In.
  • Liquid do the same against CLG to sit atop Group A.
  • Cloud9 and Evil Geniuses kick off Group B next at 5pm PT / 8pm ET.

LCS Lock In: Stream

The LCS Lock In tournament is the 2021 starter for League of Legends in North America. All 10 LCS teams will take part in the two-week competition that gives fans a taster of the year to come.

They’re not playing for pittance either. The winning team will take home $150,000 USD, and a lot of confidence heading into the start of Spring 2021 in February.

LCS Lock In 2021: Teams & groups

As we mentioned earlier, all 10 of the LCS teams will be taking part in the Lock In tournament. Some teams may choose to field their academy rosters instead of their main rosters, but with $150,000 on the line, there’ll definitely be some teams gunning for the flag.

Among them, Summer 2020 champions TSM would be favorites. Having made a number of moves in the off-season, only keeping jungler Mingyi ‘Spica’ Lu, the new squad will have a hard task in front of them. Team Liquid, CLG, and Cloud9 also made some big moves in the off-season to catch back up.

The 10 teams will be split into groups of two, with the top four from each group making it to the single-elimination playoffs.

Group A Group B
TSM FlyQuest
100 Thieves Cloud9
CLG Dignitas
Golden Guardians Evil Geniuses
Team Liquid Immortals

LCS Lock In 2021: Schedule

Groups Day 1: Friday, January 15

Group Match PT ET GMT
Group A 100 Thieves 1 – 0 TSM 3pm 6pm 11pm
CLG 0 – 1 Liquid 4pm 7pm 12am (Jan 16)
Group B Cloud9 vs Evil Geniuses 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 16)
Dignitas vs FlyQuest 6pm 9pm 2am (Jan 16)
Group A Golden Guardians vs CLG 7pm 10pm 3am (Jan 16)

Groups Day 2: Saturday, January 16

Group Match PT ET GMT
Group B Immortals vs Evil Geniuses 1pm 4pm 9pm
Group A Golden Guardians vs TSM 2pm 5pm 10pm
Group B Cloud9 vs FlyQuest 3pm 6pm 11pm
Immortals vs Dignitas 4pm 7pm 12am (Jan 17)
Group A CLG vs 100 Thieves 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 17)

Groups Day 3: Sunday, January 17

Group Match PT ET GMT
Group B Immortals vs Cloud9 1pm 4pm 9pm
Group A Liquid vs 100 Thieves 2pm 5pm 10pm
Group B Dignitas vs Evil Geniuses 3pm 6pm 11pm
Group A CLG vs TSM 4pm 7pm 12am (Jan 18)
Golden Guardians vs Liquid 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 18)

Groups Day 4: Friday, January 22

Group Match PT ET GMT
Group B Dignitas vs Cloud9 3pm 6pm 11pm
Group A Golden Guardians vs 100 Thieves 4pm 7pm 12am (Jan 23)
Group B Evil Geniuses vs FlyQuest 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 23)
Group A Liquid vs TSM 6pm 9pm 2am (Jan 23)
Group B Immortals vs FlyQuest 7pm 10pm 3am (Jan 23)

Quarterfinals Day 1: Saturday, January 23

Match PT ET GMT
TBD vs TBD 1pm 4pm 9pm
TBD vs TBD 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 24)

Quarterfinals Day 2: Sunday, January 24

Match PT ET GMT
TBD vs TBD 1pm 4pm 9pm
TBD vs TBD 5pm 8pm 1am (Jan 24)

Semifinals Day 1: Friday, January 29

Match PT ET GMT
TBD vs TBD 3pm 6pm 11pm

Semifinals Day 2: Saturday, January 30

Match PT ET GMT
TBD vs TBD 1pm 4pm 9pm

Grand Finals: Sunday, January 31

Match PT ET GMT
TBD vs TBD 1pm 4pm 9pm