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02 Dec 11:50

The #StreamerRoyale grand finale, powered by #Sparkfox and #Redragon, kicked off this past weekend as the eight qualified teams went head-to-head in five custom arena games. The finale saw loads to play for as over R15,000 in cash was up for grabs and the title of the #StreamerRoyale champions was on the line. 

The #StreamerRoyale Results

Before we outline the results, let's go through the scoring.

The #StreamerRoyale was played in five separate custom arena matches, where points were accumulated based on position and eliminations, as follows: 

  • Victory Royale: 15 Points
  • 2nd: 12 Points
  • 3rd - 4th: 9 Points
  • 5th - 6th: 6 Points
  • 7th - 8th: 3 Points

Each Elimination: 1 Point

Round 1 

The first round saw Team Clouds take the Victory Royale and 12 eliminations, earning them a total of 27 points. As a result, they took the all-important early lead as they attempted to separate themselves from the rest of the pack. 

First Round Results, based on total score:

Total Points

Round 2

The second round saw Team Hutchie fight back, with 10 eliminations and the Victory Royale. Suspekt Zero and his team, unfortunately, took the biggest drop in performance as they finished in 7th place, with just one elimination to show for their efforts. Team Clouds, however, managed to stay narrowly in the overall lead, thanks to their second-place finish with six eliminations. Team Vinx was keeping to their strategy of survival as they scored low on eliminations but remained in a good overall position by claiming 4th place in their first two games.  

Second-round results, based on total score:

Total Points

Round 3

The third round saw a resurgence from Team Suspekt Zero as they achieved a second-place finish. Team Hutchie was also pleased with themselves, as they pulled off their second Victory Royale in a row and took over the top position in the overall leaderboard. Team Clouds, however, was hot on their heels as they rallied with six eliminations and a third-place finish. Team Dianne managed to accumulate 10 points in round three which saw them leapfrog Team Grant Hinds at the bottom of the table. 

Third-round results, based on total score:

Total Points

Round 4

The fourth round saw a similar story to that of round three, with Team Hutchie picking up another Victory Royale but additionally managing to get their highest round score of 28 points (13 eliminations). Team Clouds got a much needed second place but were not able to find some crucial eliminations, which would have supported their chase for the top spot. Team Samplayze also managed to get a great round in with five eliminations to show for their efforts. 

Fourth-round results, based on total score:

Total Points

Round 5

In the fifth and final round, we saw some madness unfold as Team Hutchie fell out of the competition early in fifth place, only getting three eliminations. Team Clouds now had an opportunity, a light at the end of the tunnel, as they trudged forward eliminating players all over the map. As Team Clouds racked up the kills, spectators waited with bated breath as Team Clouds claimed 16 eliminations (the highest of a single match in the tournament) and the Victory Royale! 

Thanks to the result, Team Clouds managed to tie for the first place with a total of 106 points, but they lost out overall due to Team Hutchie having more Victory Royales (three to two).  

Fifth-round results, based on total score:

Total Points

 

The winner's circle 

A massive congratulations go out to our four winning teams, who win their share of R15,000 in cash prizes, courtesy of Sparkfox and Redragon. 

  • 1st - Team Hutchie: R8,000
  • 2nd - Team Clouds: R4,000
  • 3rd - Team Suspekt Zero: R2,000
  • 4th - Team DonsPlays: R1,000

A big thank you has to be given out to all the participants, spectators and streamers. We had an absolute blast hosting the #StreamerRoyale and we are looking forward to more Fortnite action in 2020! 

Then a very special thanks need to be given to Sparkfox and Redragon for powering the event, without which this wouldn't be possible. 

All powered by Sparkfox and Redragon 

A big shoutout has to go over to Sparkfox and Redragon for powering the Fortnite #StreamerRoyale! 

For those that aren't aware, Sparkfox is industry leaders in providing peripherals, specializing in PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. 

Check our Sparkfox and their product rage here.

 

Redragon caters to the gamer that wants to expand on their peripherals and accessories. Their product range includes Keyboards, Mice, Gaming Chairs and Chassis. We also had some of their chairs available for you to try, if you joined us at rAge 2019. 

Check out what Redragon has to offer here

If you have any additional comments, questions or queries please contact us via our social media or email us at admin@acgl.co.za.

DISCUSSION

Team dianne has more points than team vinx???
She does indeed. Thanks for the feedback - fixed.