This summer was rife with great Battle Royale competitions, and we have covered most of them, thanks to our FFA stages.
If you happened to have missed some of them, here are the detailed results of the main tournaments that were played over the summer:
Fortnite World Cup 2019
First off, the Fortnite World Cup was held early August with 4 separate competitions:
Not to spoil the results, but let’s say they were not exactly what we’d expect!
Catch up on the competition, and if the format is renewed, prepare for next year’s World Cup, and a chance to grab the lion’s share of the cash prize!
Organizers, create your own tournament with the same rules as the World Cup thanks to our Fortnite Guide for Organizers!
PUBG Nations Cup
First off, the Nations Cup for PUBG, where country teams fought off in an extended 15-games match (click for detailed results) to determine the best country of all:
In the end, Russia took the title, closely followed by South Korea, with Canada seizing the last podium place.
A tense and intense competition, which saw many epic moments and comebacks! If you wish to create your own, follow our PUBG Guide for Organizers!
Apex EXP Invitational
Part of the first Preseason of competitive Apex, this tournament pit invited teams against one another for a hefty cash prize, and renown going into the very first Apex Competitive Circuit.
Team SoloMid finally got out first after the 12 games (click for detailed results), but the other teams will have another chance to shine and dethrone them during the Preseason Invitational that’s to be held in Krakow mid-September.
Again, if you are a tournament organizer yourself, and would like to replicate the competition for your own community, we have the Apex Guide for Organizers!
See you on Toornament, be it to follow the next big Battle Royale tournament, or for your own!