The second solo qualifier from the Oceanic region has secured their spot in the Fortnite World Cup Finals in July.
The Fortnite World Cup is getting closer and closer each week, as players continue to secure their spots in both the solo and duo competitions we will keep you updated as much as possible. Leading up to the World Cup in July, Epic Games will be hosting $1 million weekly tournaments, where a certain amount of each players from each region secure their spot for the final event in New York.
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As of the time of writing this article, there had been 19 solo players that have qualified for the $30 million World Cup in July. In Week 2, we saw many duo teams qualify for that portion of that event. In Week 3, the first player to qualify was Cat Taking Walls, from the Oceanic region. Back in the Week 1 qualifier session, Cat finished 4th overall with 65 points, 12 behind the first place finisher Slaya, enough to take home $1750 USD.
As for his qualifying session that sent him to New York, Taking Walls only secured one win out of his ten total matches. Typically we see the first place finisher have 2 or 3 wins, however when you have games with 12, and 14 kills along with a top 2 finish in both there are plenty of points to go around.
For the rest of the Oceanic region, all solo players hoping to qualify will have to wait another 2 weeks. There will only be 3 more solo spots handed out to the Oceania region in total, so players will have to play smart if they want that trip to New York and a chance to compete in the $30 million tournament.
The rest of the Week 3 Solo tournament OCE region was:
- Cat Taking Walls
- JAM Zoreh
Who do you think will qualify in two weeks for the solo portion in the Oceanic region? Let us know below!