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TSM Myth blasts “toxic” fans after they accuse Gotaga of cheating in Friday Fortnite

Published: 29/Jun/2019 16:34 Updated: 29/Jun/2019 16:49

by Marcus Banks

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Team SoloMid’s Fortnite captain Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani hit out at his own viewers after they accused popular streamer Corentin ‘Gotaga’ Houssein of cheating during Friday Fortnite.

The popular tournament, created by Daniel ‘KEEMSTAR’ Keem, pits two duos against each other in a race for eliminations, with teams usually consisting of one professional player and one content creator.

This week’s tournament was won by top EU duo Kyle ‘Mongraal’ Jackson and Dmitri ‘Mitr0’ Van de Vrie, defeating French duo Solary Airwaks and Gotaga in the grand final.

TEAM ATLANTISMongraal and Mitr0, who qualified for the world cup, came out on top in Friday Fortnite.
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Earlier in the tournament, the second place team had knocked out Myth and his teammate Jake ‘Poach’ Brumleve, and his viewers were to quick to accuse Gotaga of sabotage.

They highlighted a clip in which the 25-year-old was emoting during an engagement where Myth was eventually eliminated by a trap, suggesting he may have caused the death – which is against Friday Fortnite rules.

Some viewers believed that Gotaga’s character may have blocked the Myth from dodging the enemy trap, but the TSM player was not impressed with their claims.

The TSM member slammed his viewers for being “toxic” after reviewing the footage in question. 

“You guys are reaching so hard,” he said. “Leave them alone – you are so toxic. I just died to the trap, I was stupid. Don’t be 50 IQ when we lose. Say GG and carry on. You guys are literally toxic.”

Ultimately, their loss against the French team did not see them exit the tournament as they dropped into the losers bracket.

However, they were unable to navigate a tricky encounter against impressive controller duo, Ghost Gaming’s Issa ‘Issa’ Rahim and Liam ‘Kamo’ Fillery, to have a chance at winning some prize money.

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IWNL wins Fortnite Streamer Bowl 2: results & recap

Published: 17/Jan/2021 1:13

by Bill Cooney

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Fortnite hosted it’s Streamer Bowl II on January 16 through Twitch Rivals, and we’ve got the full rundown along with the final top 10 standings from the event.

The Streamer Bowl II cup took place from 4 PM to 7 PM EST on January 16, and featured hundreds of regular players, along with a ton of well-known streamers like Ninja and Bugha to name two of the biggest names.

There were even a few NFL stars in the mix, including Tampa Bay Bucs Wideout Mike Evans, Carolina Panthers Running Back Christian McCaffrey, and Arizona Cardinals Quarterback Kyler Murray to name a few.

It was a tough battle at the top of the bracket, but eventually, a winner was proclaimed, so let’s take a look at who came out as the winner of Streamer Bowl II.

Fortnite Streamer Bowl II results & final standings

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IWNL managed to grab first place after just 9 rounds.

Coming in first with 3 wins out of 9 total matches played, Fortnite esports player IWNL was eventually crowned the champion with 129 points. But, fellow Fortnite comp player Nevify was actually tied with the same amount of points, but fewer average elims, and total matches played at just 8.

Below are the top 10 placements of the Fortnite Streamer Bowl II on Twitch Rivals:

Place Player Points Total Matches (wins) Avg. Elims Avg. Place
1 IWNL 129 9 (3) 5.44 29.00
2 Nevify 129 8 (3) 3.88 13.25
3 DnSpecFN 120 10 (2) 4.60 23.00
4 crazyggs 120 8 (2) 4.38 14.13
5 32wanted 115 10 (2) 4.20 36.60
6 zadic on 90fps 112 10 (2) 4.20 35.90
7 prevalesrr 112 8 (1) 5.00 30.38
8 darbzy 112 8 (1) 4.88 18.13
9 CommittedG 112 9 (1) 4.78 24.11
10 Drizzy 112 10 (1) 4.70 32.20

Fortnite Streamer Bowl II rules

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Participants could only drop into 10 different matches for their total score.

The Rules for Streamer Bowl II were fairly straightforward if you’ve watched or participated in any competitive Fortnite events before. Players had 10 matches to drop into Solos games and attempt to increase their score as much as possible.

Five points were awarded per Victory Royale, with three for reaching the top two and one point from there. Kills also were worth a point each, which was of course the main focus for all of our top 10 finishers.