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Launch Fortnite

Once in the Fortnite Lobby, head to the Discovery game selection screen.

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Top 10 Fortnite Players in the World (All-Time)

Top 10 Fortnite Players In The World

Fortnite burst onto the scene of gaming in 2017 as the newest Battle Royale game to take the world of gaming by storm. Since its release 3 years ago, Fortnite has blossomed into one of the biggest Esports in the world and gives out more money annually than any other competitive video game in existence. Fortnite eSports players have risen to record levels of fame, wealth, and status. The Top 10 highest paid Fortnite players alone have a combined total earnings of over $3.5 million dollars. The highest Twitch streaming channels in 2020 are Fortnite channels and it’s not really close.

In this article, we will take a look at the most successful Fortnite pros of all-time, and the reasons why they are at the top. I will weigh their overall Earnings in Fortnite, as well as their performance in major tournaments such as the Fortnite World Cup in 2019. So, without any further delay, let’s look at our list for the Top 10 Fortnite players in the world of all-time.

RankNameGamer IDEarningsTournament Victories
#1Kyle GiersdorfBugha$3,069,9004
#2Williams AubinZayt$1,117,00010
#3David WangAqua$1,890,8408
#4Benjy FishBenjyfishy$494,6008
#5Turner TenneyTfue$588,8006
#6Shane CottonEpikWhale$1,327,8009
#7Rocco MoralesSaf$1,061,50010
#8Kyle JacksonMongraal$603,5007
#9Martin AndersenMr. Savage$218,9003
#10Tim MillerBizzle$623,2003

The Top Ten

1. Bugha

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Image Credit: Epic Games

At the top of the list, it feels like there is only one option for the king of competitive Fortnite. Since its inception in 2017, there has not been a bigger tournament in all of Esports than the Fortnite World Cup in the summer of 2019. It had the most participants and the largest prize pool to that point in the history of Esports. And the person that dominated the tournament was Bugha.

Bugha began the World Cup qualifiers at the top and finished at the top when the World Cup was over. In the first week of qualifiers, Bugha was the top performer and was the first person to qualify for the world cup from North America. In the next 9 weeks of qualifiers, Bugha continued to compete and qualify repeatedly for solos for the World Cup.

At the actual World Cup, Bugha continued his dominance in the most competitive Fortnite lobby ever. In the first game of the solo competition, he won convincingly with the most kills in the game, giving him a comfortable lead against the rest of the field. From there, Bugha never let go of the lead finishing consistently at in the top 10 for the majority of the games to win the solos World Cup comfortably. For that tournament, Bugha won $3 million in total, making him the winningest Fortnite player in history.

Since then, Bugha has remained as one of the top competitors in the NA East region. He has qualified and competed in every major FNCS tournament and finished in the top 10 for duos FNCS as well as the Winter Royale 2019 competition. It will take a massive run by one other player to unseat Bugha as the best Fortnite player of all time.

2. Zayt


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The other half of the dynamic duo just edges out his partner for 6 on the list. Zayt is the peanut butter to Saf’s jelly. They are both superstars on their own but are a powerhouse and stronger together. Zayt is peanut butter because he has been more successful on his own, just like peanut butter is just ahead of jelly. Zayt runs the scene of competitive Fortnite in North America, organizing practice and events for the other players in NA East. Zayt is one of the smartest minds and best leaders in Fortnite and has been very successful because of it.

At the World Cup, Saf and Zayt were in first place in duos up until the last game, where they were killed early and fell in the leaderboards. They ended up finishing 4th overall, winning just under $1 million. As a Solo, Zayt went to the World Cup as well, and finished 36th.

After the World Cup, Zayt continued his dominance over North America in the world of Fortnite. In any major competition, it felt like a guarantee that Zayt’s name was going to be near the top of the leaderboards. It felt inevitable. In trios, Zayt finished in 4th alongside Saf and Zyfa. In Squads, he joined forces with Commandment, Highsky, and Saf, all strong individual players. They finished 4th again. In duos, it was the same story with the same people. Zayt and Saf worked together during Chapter 2: Season 2 and won the FNCS duo finals, proving that they are the best duo in North America. In the next FNCS, Zayt finished in the top 10 again at 9, making him one of the only players in the world to finish in the top 10 for all 4 FNCS tournaments that have been held since the World Cup.

Zayt is Mr. Consistency and runs competitive Fortnite in NA East, so he gets the nod as the second-best Fortnite players to walk on this earth.

3. Aqua

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Aqua comes in at number 3 on the list and is the top European pro on the list. Aqua is the most consistent player in the European region, which is considered the hardest region to sustain success at the highest level. Despite the intense competition, Aqua has managed to excel, despite the talent of the players he is facing.

At the world cup, Aqua was the leading force in his duo that managed to make an insane comeback, winning the final two games, to secure the victory in the Duo World Cup, along with Nyrox. This instantly made him the second-highest earner in Fortnite history, behind Bugha, after winning $1.5 million.

Since the World Cup, Aqua remained as one of the top players in Fortnite, regardless of region. In FNCS trios, Aqua won the championship once again, along with Tschinken and Stompy. In Squads, Aqua walked away with another massive paycheck, placing in the top 10 in terms of squads in Europe. In duos, Aqua showed once again that he is one of the best of the best. Along with Stompy, he finished 4th in Europe in FNCS Duos. He followed up these strong performances with yet another one in FNCS Solos, finishing in 3rd across all of Europe.

4. Benjyfishy


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Bejnyfishy is the third European pro on this list and the second British player on the list as well. Benjy grew into fame alongside Mr. Savage as the world’s most lovable duo competing on the road to the World Cup. Benjy was a fan-favorite because he was very passionate about Fortnite and used the competitive side of the game to support his family, which is insanely mature for a 16-year-old who acquired hundreds of thousands in a short amount of time.

At the World Cup, Benjy continued to steal the hearts of fans with his chubby smile and great gameplay. He finished 14th in duos and 25th as a solo, showing he is one of the most talented players in the world. He became an instant legend within the competitive Fortnite community and is widely regarded as one of the best.

In the FNCS competitions, Benjy backed up his play with consistent placements in Europe. In trios, he teamed up with two of Europe’s best, Mongraal and Mitr0, and finished 10th. In squads, Benjy led his squad to the 2nd placement in Europe, along with Mongraal, Nayte, and Wolfiez. In duos and solos, Benjy did not finish in the top 10 but did reach the finals place within the top 50 players in Europe. Going forward, Benjy needs to continue winning events and playing consistently to stay as one of the top 5 players in the world.

5. Tfue

Tfue was once the king of competitive Fortnite and remains the face of Fortnite in terms of streaming. Tfue has the largest fanbase in all of Fortnite, consistently averaging 30K viewers daily while playing competitive Fortnite.

In 2018 in to the early parts of 2019, Tfue was widely considered the best Fortnite player in the world. He won many solo and duo tournaments during the summer of 2018, such as the Summer and Fall Skirmishes. Going into the World Cup qualifiers in the spring of 2019, Tfue had the most earnings in Fortnite and was the most popular person in the entire world of gaming.

Since that point, Tfue has not had the same amount of success as he did in the early part of his Fortnite career. He qualified for World Cup as a solo player but did not finish well at the World Cup, finishing 67th. He has experienced some success in the FNCS series since the World Cup but is not one of the absolute best players in the world. In Squads, he finished 7th overall but did not finish in the top 15 for any of the other FNCS competitions since the World Cup.

He is still the most popular player in the world of Fortnite but has not sustained the level of success he experienced in the first year of Fortnite. We will see if he can turn it around before he falls out of the top 10.

6. EpikWhale

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EpikWhale comes in at number 6 on the list and is the only player from the North American West region to be in the top 10. All-time, EpikWhale ranks 5th in terms of career earnings from Fortnite. He experienced the most success at the World Cup, where he finished 3rd as a solo and 12th as a duo. EpikWhale has been dominant in what is considered a weak region in NA West, but still wins enough to be considered one of the best.

In the FNCS tournaments, EpikWhale continued the success that he experienced at the World Cup. In trios, EpikWhale was a part of the team that finished in 4th. The next season, he finished in 4th again in the FNCS squads finals, along with Edgey, Cented, and Rehx. He remained partnered with Rehx for FNCS duos, where they took home the crown as the best duo in NA West. In solos, EpikWhale had his “worst” finish, where he still finished within the top 10 at 6th in the West. He has earned over $1.5 million from tournaments in Fortnite, and the majority of it was won at the World Cup or since then in major tournaments.

7. Saf

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Saf is one of the most successful players in North America and is a part of the best duo in the world for Fortnite. Along with his partner, Zayt, they have finished as a top 5 duo in every major duo tournament since World Cup qualifiers at the beginning of 2019.

Saf is one of the best mechanical players in the world, with perfect building and editing skills. He can outbuild and kill anyone in the world at any given time, making him dangerous in any position during a game. Saf is also one of the most consistent players in the world. He has been a top competitor since 2018 and won FNCS duos with Zayt just over a month ago.

Saf has over $1 million in earnings from Fortnite in 2 and a half years, putting him 11th all-time in earnings in Fortnite. In Squads, Trios, and Duos, Saf was a part of a team that finished within the top 5 in each FNCS tournament, proving he is one of the best team players in Fortnite.

8. Mongraal


Image Credit: Mongraal’s Twitter

Tfue is the king of content in North America, and the same can be said about Mongraal in Europe. He is the face of competitive Fortnite for Europe because of his immense popularity and success as a pro player. Mongraal became popular in the end of 2018 into 2019 because his Twitch streams became very popular. Mongraal would stream himself playing the game nonstop and showed the world his improvement in the land of Fortnite every day.

When Mongraal began rising into fame, he was just 14 and showed that people that age could not only compete, but be the best player in the world. Mongraal quickly amassed a large following after winning many major tournaments and cash cups in Europe and carried that success over into the World Cup. Mongraal qualified multiple times as both a solo and a duo for the World Cup. At the World Cup, Mongraal continued his dominance and finished 13th as a solo and 6th as a duo.

After the World Cup, Mongraal began to stream less as he focused on becoming the best player in the world. In that time, Mongraal has competed in every major tournament in Europe for Fortnite. In every team FNCS, Mongraal did not finish worse than 10th, and his worst placement was in solo FNCS, where he took 26th. Mongraal’s sustained success at the highest level has not been matched by many, and that is the reason why he is 8th on this list today.

9. Mr. Savage


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Mr. Savage burst onto the scene in Fortnite towards the end of 2018 into the beginning of 2019. Mr. Savage is a 15-year-old pro player from Norway, forming one of the most popular duos in the World with Benjyfishy. They dominated European World Cup qualifiers and gained millions of followers in the process. Mr. Savage qualified for both solos and duos for the World Cup, showing that he is one of the best in the world.

He did not have the best showing at the World Cup but still walked away with hundreds of thousands in cash and a massive following. Savage is still a top competitor in Europe and streams to around 20K viewers daily. In FNCS trios, Savage was apart of a team that finished in the top 10 and added another player for squads where they finished in the top 5 for FNCS.

The last LAN event for Fortnite, Dreamhack Anaheim 2019, was won by Mr. Savage as one of the last events for Chapter 2: Season 1 of Fortnite. He carried that success over to FNCS Duos and Solos, where he finished 12th and 15th respectively.

10. Bizzle

Bizzle is an OG competitive Fortnite player and has been one of the World’s best since they began competing in the summer of 2018. Since then, Bizzle has been one of the most consistent and successful pro players in North America. He has shown that he can dominate as a solo, or work perfectly well within a team mode such as trios or squads.

Going into the World Cup, Bizzle was one of the fan-favorites to take the solo competition home and ended up placing 23rd overall. He followed up his success in the summer of 2019 with a strong run in the most recent Fortnite tournaments. In the FNCS competitions, Bizzle has cemented himself as at least a top 10 player in North America. He finished 3rd in squads, and 12th in solos, making him one of the best performers in NA East.

Many other names were in consideration for this last spot. You could make an argument for a lot of different pro players for any of the 6-10 spots on this list, however, Bizzle has the longevity and recent success that gave him the nod over some great players like Chap, Dubs, Stretch, and Nyrox.

Source for Earnings: https://fortnite-esports.gamepedia.com/ and https://www.esportsearnings.com/games/534-fortnite/top-players

Fortnite FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Fornite?

Fortnite is a free-to-play battle royale video game, where 100 different players spawn onto the same island with no items. Players must find weapons and healing items for fighting and surviving. There is a storm that closes on the island, forcing players to move together and fight. The last player surviving wins the game.

How many Fortnite players are there?

Each game of Fortnite has 100 players in the lobby. Sometimes, the game will start with fewer players, but will not exceed 100 total. The total active player base for Fortnite is 300 million players internationally, according to the game’s developer, Epic Games.

Is Fortnite the biggest video game in the world?

Fortnite is the most downloaded game of the last three years since its release and is only second in sales in 2020 behind Call of Duty. The 300 million player base is the largest in the world, thanks in large part to the game being free to purchase.

Who makes Fortnite?

Fortnite’s game developer is Epic Games. Epic Games first released Fortnite in September of 2017 as a survival game called Save the World and added the battle royale game mode shortly after. Epic Games updates the game regularly and runs all competitive Fortnite tournaments.

Who is the best Fortnite player in 2020?

Since Fortnite is primarily played in online competitions, it is impossible to distinguish between top players from different regions of the world. They do not compete directly or against the same players, so it is too difficult to compare them. There is also no consensus best player in each region. Fortnite is a game based on randomly-generated loot and storm circles, so players can excel if the conditions of the specific game favor them.

How much can you win in competitive Fortnite?

The top earners in Fortnite are financially comfortable, that’s for sure. The total prize pool for all Fortnite events in 2019 was $30 million in total, the second-largest prize pool in Esports history. The top earner in Fortnite, Bugha, won the solo Fortnite World Cup in 2019 and has over $4million in career earnings.

What is the biggest prize in Fortnite Tournaments?

The largest Fortnite tournaments to date have all had prize pools in the millions. So far, the largest Fortnite Tournament ever was the 2019 World Cup, which gave out tens of millions in prize money. The Fortnite Championship Series, FNCS, is a tournament series that is played that offers millions in prizes. FNCS tournaments happen every few months, and the next scheduled FNCS is a solos tournament after the release of the new season on June 17th.

Can Fortnite mobile play with Xbox?

Fortnite Players can play with anyone else that has the game, regardless of gaming platform. People can play with other players on any device, as long as they are friends on Epic Games through Fortnite itself.

Can Fortnite run on windows?

Fortnite can run on any operating system for a computer. The specs of the computer matter as well, however, and people with Windows may not be able to run the game. To run the game on PC, the hardware of the computer must be able to run the game smoothly and have a secure WiFi connection.

Can Fortnite be played offline?

Unfortunately, Fortnite’s battle royale mode is entirely online only. You must have a gaming device with a strong WiFi connection to play Fortnite. The Survival mode of Fortnite, Save the World, can be played offline, but is not free to download like the Battle Royale Mode

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2017 online video game developed by Epic Games

Not to be confused with Fortnight.

Video game series

Genre(s)Survival, battle royale, sandbox
Developer(s)Epic Games
Platform(s)Windows, macOS,[b]Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, iOS,[b]Android[b]
First releaseFortnite: Save the World
July 25, 2017 (early access)

Fortnite is an online video game developed by Epic Games and released in 2017. It is available in three distinct game mode versions that otherwise share the same general gameplay and game engine: Fortnite: Save the World, a cooperative hybrid-tower defense-shooter-survival game for up to four players to fight off zombie-like creatures and defend objects with traps and fortifications they can build; Fortnite Battle Royale, a free-to-play battle royale game in which up to 100 players fight to be the last person standing; and Fortnite Creative, in which players are given complete freedom to create worlds and battle arenas. Save the World and Battle Royale were released in 2017 as early access titles, while Creative was released on December 6, 2018. While the Save the World and Creative versions have been successful for Epic Games, Fortnite Battle Royale in particular became an overwhelming success and a cultural phenomenon, drawing more than 125 million players in less than a year, earning hundreds of millions of dollars per month, and $9 billion in revenue in its first two years.

Save the World is available only for Windows, macOS,[b]PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, while Battle Royale and Creative were released for all those platforms, and also for Nintendo Switch, iOS,[b] and Android devices.[b] The game is expected to also launch with the release of the next-generation PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles.

Game modes

Fortnite is distributed as three different game modes, using the same engine; each has similar graphics, art assets, and game mechanics.

  • Fortnite: Save the World is a player-versus-environment cooperative game, with four players collaborating towards a common objective on various missions. The game is set after a fluke storm appears across Earth, causing 98% of the population to disappear, and the survivors to be attacked by zombie-like "husks". The players take the role of commanders of home base shelters, collecting resources, saving survivors, and defending equipment that helps to either collect data on the storm or to push back the storm. From missions, players are awarded a number of in-game items, which include hero characters, weapon and trap schematics, and survivors, all of which can be leveled up through gained experience to improve their attributes.
  • Fortnite Battle Royale is a player-versus-player game for up to 100 players, allowing one to play alone, in a duo, or in a squad (usually consisting of three or four players). Weaponless players airdrop from a "Battle Bus" that crosses the game's map. When they land, they must scavenge for weapons, items, resources, and even vehicles while trying to stay alive and to attack and eliminate other players. Over the course of a round, the safe area of the map shrinks down in size due to an incoming toxic storm; players outside that threshold take damage and can be eliminated if they fail to quickly evacuate. This forces remaining players into tighter spaces and encourages player encounters. The last player, duo, or squad remaining is the winner.
  • Fortnite Creative is a sandbox game mode, similar to Minecraft in that players are given complete freedom to spawn everything that is within the game on an island, and can create games such as battle arenas, race courses, platforming challenges, and more.

Players can use their pickaxe to knock down existing structures on the map to collect basic resources that are wood, brick, and metal. Subsequently, in all modes, the player can use these materials to build fortifications, such as walls, floors, and stairs. Such fortification pieces can be edited to add things like windows or doors. The materials used have different durability properties and can be updated to stronger variants using more materials of the same type. Within Save the World this enables players to create defensive fortifications around an objective or trap-filled tunnels to lure husks through. In Battle Royale, this provides the means to quickly traverse the map, protect oneself from enemy fire, or to delay an advancing foe. Players are encouraged to be very inventive in designing their fortifications in Creative.

While Battle Royale and Creative are free-to-play, Save the World is pay-to-play.[2]The games are monetized through the use of V-Bucks, in-game currency that can be purchased with real-world funds, but also earned through completing missions and other achievements in Save the World. V-Bucks in Save the World can be used to buy loot boxes, in the form of piñatas shaped like llamas, to gain a random selection of items. In Battle Royale, V-Bucks can be used to buy cosmetic items like character models or the like, or can also be used to purchase the game's battle pass, a tiered progression of customization rewards for gaining experience and completing certain objectives during the course of a Battle Royale season.[3][4]


Fortnite: Save the World

Main article: Fortnite: Save the World § Development

Fortnite began from an internal game jam at Epic Games following the publishing of Gears of War 3 around 2011. Though it was not initially one of the developed titles during the jam, the concept of merging the construction game genre, representing games like Minecraft and Terraria, and shooter games arose, leading to the foundation of Fortnite.[5][6] Development of Fortnite slowed due to several issues, including switching from the Unreal Engine 3 to Unreal Engine 4, a deeper role-playing game approach to extend the life of the game, and a switch of art style from a dark theme to a more cartoonish style. Further, Epic was looking to get into the games as a service model, and brought in Chinese publisher Tencent to help; Tencent took a large stake in Epic as part of this, leading to the departure of several executives, including Cliff Bleszinski, who had been a key part of Fortnite's development. Fortnite's approach was changed to be Epic's testbed for games as a service, and further slowed the development.[7][6][8]

Epic was able to prepare to release Fortnite as a paid early access title in July 2017, with plans to release it as free-to-play sometime in 2019 while gaining feedback from players to improve the game.[9][10][11][12] With the release of Fortnite Battle Royale, the player-versus-environment mode was distinguished as "Save the World". Ultimately, Epic opted to release Save the World as a premium title, bringing it out of early access on June 29, 2020.[13]

Fortnite Battle Royale

Main article: Fortnite Battle Royale § Development

Near the same time that Epic released Fortnite into early access, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds had become a worldwide phenomenon, having sold over 5 million copies three months from its March 2017 release, and drawing strong interest in the battle royale genre. Epic recognized that with the Fortnite base game, they could also do a battle royale mode, and rapidly developed their own version atop Fortnite in about two months.[14] By September 2017, Epic was ready to release this as a second mode from "Save the World" in the paid-for earlier access, but then later decided to release it as a free game, Fortnite Battle Royale, supported with microtransactions. This version quickly gained players, with over 10 million players during its first two weeks of release, and leading Epic to create separate teams to continue the Fortnite Battle Royale development apart from the Save the World version, outside of common engine elements and art assets.[15][16] This allowed Fortnite Battle Royale to expand to other platforms otherwise not supported by Save the World, including iOS and Android mobile devices and the Nintendo Switch.[17][18]

Fortnite Creative

Main article: Fortnite Creative § Development

A creative sandbox mode launched on December 6, 2018, synchronized with the start of season 7 of Fortnite Battle Royale. Each player has access to a private, persistent island on which they construct buildings and add and manipulate objects as desired. Players are able to invite friends to this island and participate in unofficial games such as race tracks or jumping courses.[19] Initially, only players who purchased the battle pass could receive their own island, whereas players who did not purchase it received access to the game mode for free on December 13.[20]


See also: Fortnite: Save the World § Reception, Fortnite Battle Royale § Reception and legacy, and Fortnite Creative § Reception

The FortnitePro-Am event at E3 2018

The Save the World mode achieved over one million players by August 2017, just prior to the release of Battle Royale.[21]

Fortnite Battle Royale became a significant financial success for Epic Games, leading them to separate the teams between Save the World and Battle Royale to provide better support for both modes. Within two weeks of release, over 10 million players had played the mode,[22] and by June 2018, just after the Nintendo Switch release, had reached 125 million players.[23] Revenue from Fortnite Battle Royale during the first half of 2018 had been estimated in the hundreds of millions of dollars per month,[24][25] with total 2018 revenue estimated at $2.4 billion by analysis firm SuperData Research.[26] Total revenue for Fortnite reached more than $9 billion by the end of 2019.[27]

Fortnite Battle Royale has also become a cultural phenomenon,[28] with several celebrities reporting they play the game, and athletes using Fortniteemotes as victory celebrations.[29] A notable streaming event in March 2018, with streamer Ninja playing Fortnite Battle Royale alongside Drake, Travis Scott, Kim DotCom, and Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster, broke viewership records for Twitch to date, and led to Epic arranging a Fortnite Battle Royalepro–am with 50 pairs of streamers and professional players matched with celebrities at E3 2018 in June 2018.[30][31][32] Epic Games has developed organized esports competitions around Fortnite Battle Royale, such as the inaugural US$30 millionFortnite World Cup tournament that took place in July 2019.[33][34]

See also: Fortnite Battle Royale § Parental concerns

There has also been growing concern over Fortnite Battle Royale's draw toward young children, emphasized with the release of the mobile client. Parents and teachers had expressed concern that students are being distracted and drawn away from school work due to playing Fortnite.[35] Concerns have also been raised about the impact that playing a game involving repeated depictions of gun violence may have on young children.[36][37]


In 2017, the game was nominated for "Best Co-op Game" by PC Gamer,[38] and for "Best Spectator Game" by IGN.[39] In 2018, the game won the award for Best Ongoing Game by PC Gamer[40] and IGN,[41] the latter of which nominated it for "Best Nintendo Switch Game", "Best Mobile Game", and "Best Action Game".[42][43][44]


  1. ^Gearbox Software published retail copies of Fortnite: Save the World for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 when the game was first released in July 2017, but after the introduction of Battle Royale, no further retail publication was made.[1]
  2. ^ abcdefThe iOS and Android clients of Fortnite Battle Royale were removed by Apple and Google respectively on August 13, 2020 as Epic had changed how one could buy V-bucks with the client, leading Epic to file a lawsuit against Apple. The macOS client of both Battle Royale and Save the World, while downloadable, will not be able to be updated as well. See Epic Games v. Apple. The game remained playable if one had already downloaded it. On Android, while it is no longer available on Google Play, it remains available via the Samsung Galaxy Store on Samsung Galaxy devices as well as directly from the Epic Games App on all other Android devices.


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Fortnite: Top 5 players with the most wins

The Victory Royale screen in Fortnite is one of the best feelings in all of gaming. Players can dance in the face of those spectating with one of Fortnite's silly emotes. It's a celebration that, arguably, can't be topped.

For some players, that Victory Royale screen is a common occurrence. There are players with thousands of wins on Fortnite. This goes across solos, duos, and squads. It is an amazing feat to get just one victory, but several thousand is an entirely different story.

5 players with the most Fortnite wins

#5 – Silent

Silent is a competitive Fortnite player who also features in streams. He likes to play with viewers and interact with those watching as well. No doubt, he has carried some viewers to the Victory Royale. He is a self-proclaimed Arena mode grinder, and he dominates the Fortnite realm with nearly 7,000 total wins.

#4 – R1xbox

R1xbox currently has the second most total wins in Fortnite. He has gotten that precious Victory Royale screen over 11,000 times. More than half of those wins were secured all by himself in the Solo mode of the battle royale. It's an incredible feat to say the least, and there's no doubt that he'll be looking to add to that win count.

#3 – SypherPK

SypherPK is one streamer who absolutely blew up when he started playing Fortnite. He still streams and uploads videos to his YouTube regularly. Lately, he has turned his focus to entertaining rather than winning. Several of his uploads involve made up challenges with him, simply just having fun. With almost 6,000 total wins, he still sits within the top 50 all time.

#2 – Ship

Ship is the top Fortnite winner of all time and it's not even close. His total win count has almost reached 20,000. While he does not hold the spot for most Duo wins, he runs away with the top prize in both Solo and Squads modes. With just over 54,000 YouTube subscribers, it is crazy to think that he isn't as popular as some of the other players. His win tally is almost equal to the second and third place winners' totals combined.

#1 – Ninja

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Of course Ninja is first on this list. While he doesn't have the most wins, his total is incredible. Ninja is one of the most popular streamers around, if not the most popular. He boasts over 7,600 wins. Considering that he exited Fortnite for some time, where he went on to play other games moving from one streaming platform to another, his total is actually even more astounding. All of that took place, and he is still within the top 20 on the all time win charts.

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