Do you still remember the Intel Cup in Fortnite? Yeah… A tournament which was held on June 27, 2020 at 6:00 PM EST was definitely still the players’ vibes. However, the Intel Cup was a Fortnite tournament which collaborated with Intel Corporation. Even though the tournament was over but a flashback to recognize about it is not wrong at all.
You probably didn’t follow the Intel Cup news because of any factors. But that’s not a big problem for you, remembering there would be the Fortnite data miners which gave you more information about this tournament. So, let’s find out more about the Intel Fortnite Cup!
Who’s the winner of the Intel Cup?
You may wonder who the winner of the Intel Cup which earned for the $4,200. Regardless the Intel Cup is Trios tournament, of course there would be three players in a team who won this tournament. Who were they?
Congratulations to Khanada, Bucke Dan Kreo as the Intel Cup winner!
TSM Khanada, BBG Kreo and Bucke generated 129 points over eight matches and won the Victory Royale. In total, these three NA Eastern phenomena made up 51 eliminations. Winners took home $ 4.2K USD, and three Intel NUC computers for their winning bid. Khanada, Kreo and Bucke proved themselves to be NA East’s best trio with their first tournament win.
How about Bugha, as the Fortnite World Cup winner?
World Cup Champion Fortnite Bugha along with teammates Avery and Jamper took second place in the Elite Cup. With 122 eyes, Bugha and the company barely managed to win. Bugha at first struggled to find troops, but the dynamics between Avery and Jamper seemed triumphant.
Assault Degen and Iciev team up with the E11 daxor on a third attempt. Chapter 2 – Season 2 FNCS champions Zayt and Saf with Liquid STRETCH take fourth place in the championship. UnknownxArmy joined Accuser and Mikey for seventh place.
Here’s the current Standings list:
|1||u noon Khanada||BuckeFPS||bgg the kre||129|
|2||Bugha||Jamper ψ||Avery ψ||122|
|3||Assault Degen||E11 daxor||Assault Iciev||112|
|4||NRG Zayt||Safaroonie -a-||Liquid STRETCH||107|
|5||Colazo||TabzG||Grandma eh 30||89|
|6||smqcked ψ||Playboi illest||casqer||85|
|8||Pure Ved||The Big Nani||lil baby ganzo||73|
Prize Pool Breakdown
Here’s the prize pool of the Intel Cup:
- 1st Place: $4200
- 2nd Place: $2000
- 3rd Place: $1200
- 4th Place: $800
- 5th Place: $600
- 6th Place: $450
- 7th Place: $300
- 8th Place: $200
- 9th Place: $150
- 10th Place: $100
With Bonus: 3 Intel NUC PCs
For the team with the Best Average placement throughout the event.
- Open Qualifier:
Top 132 teams advance to the splitted heats of 4.
- Day 2 (Intel Elite Cup Format)
Top 8 teams from each heats advance to the finals.
- Day 3 (Intel Elite Cup Format)
Top 8 advance to the Intel NUC Elite cup grand finals.
What did happen in the Intel Cup?
The drama happened to the Tfue team and Zayt team. In this case, Tfue, not guilty and Scoped make the executive decision to get involved in the clash at Catty Corner with Zayt, Saf and STRETCH. The first of the two trios won only nine eyes and could not be continued after two battles because the “typical rules” were in effect. Zayt cast a shadow on Tfue and the company with a post-match tweet.
As the competition starts to develop, Fortnite Chapter 2 – Season 3 is gearing up to be one of the better competition seasons in a while. Let’s hope the players stay motivated and Epic sticks to their problems. The best trio will develop over time.
About the Intel Fortnite Cup
The Intel Cup is Trios tournament which was held on June 27 at 6:00 PM EST. This event is the first trios cup for NA East which produced the attractive things to talk.
The competitive Fortnite premier Practice Server held the first-ever Intel NUC Elite Cup for the NA East and NA West trio. This tournament definitely presented some popular Fortnite players including Bugha as the Fortnite World Cup winner, UnknownxArmy, Tfue, Clix and many more. The practice Server also showed the Open Qualifiers, which will pit lesser known players against some of Fortnite’s best teams.
The Elite Cup scoring system is different from most tournaments in the past. This time, placement points started at the remaining 15 trios. A “special rule” also applies, which eliminates the trio of lowest scores after the first two games. Unsurprisingly, one of NA East’s top teams escaped with a win after eight intense matches.
More Recent Fortnite Tournament
Here’s the recent Fortnite tournament:
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|DreamHack Open November 2020||07.11.20 – 20.11.20|
|Twitch Rivals GlitchCon Super Team Showdown ft. Fortnite||152 756||381 344||4.11.20|
|Alaman FastCup Fortnite #6||86||123||13.11.20|
|Twitch Rivals: Road to GlitchCon ft. Fortnite||$35 461||69 405||313 245||06.11.20 – 07.11.20|
|Alaman #StayHome 3 Fortnite||86||451||23.10.20 – 01.11.20|
|Fortnite Champion Series: Chapter 2 Season 4||24.09.20 – 01.11.20|
|Fortnite Champion Series: Chapter 2 Season 4 Console/Mobile||24.09.20 – 01.11.20|
|Alaman FastCup Fortnite #5||$229||52||74||28.10.20|
|Alaman National Fortnite||$3 936||97||438||16.10.20 – 22.10.20|
|DreamHack Open October 2020: Europe||19.10.20 – 22.10.20|
|Box Fight Championship Season 2 Week 3||$5 000||67 992||131 922||21.10.20|
|DreamHack Open October 2020: NA East||12.10.20 – 15.10.20|
|Alaman FastCup Fortnite #4||$210||78||232||15.10.20|
|Box Fight Championship Season 2 Week 2||$5 000||59 142||168 172||14.10.20|
|DreamHack Open October 2020: NA West||05.10.20 – 08.10.20|
|Ninja Battles #6||$80 000||160 019||421 153||06.10.20|
|Platform Cash Cup – PC: Chapter 2 Season 4||14.09.20 – 05.10.20|
|Platform Cash Cup – Console: Chapter 2 Season 4||14.09.20 – 05.10.20|
|Ninja Battles #5||$80 000||131 197||373 313||03.10.20|
|Chipotle Challenger Series 2020||$50 000||125 414||353 827||01.10.20|
|Box Fight Championship Season 2 Week 1||$5 000||48 306||121 298||28.09.20 – 29.09.20|
|Ninja Battles #4||$80 000||157 622||449 764||21.09.20|