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The FNCS 2023: Major 1 has come and gone, leaving Fortnite fans with unforgettable moments and performances to remember. The world's best players gathered to compete for glory and a spot in the Global Championship. With jaw-dropping plays, intense battles, and plenty of surprises, the tournament showcased the skill and talent of the most skilled Fortnite players in the world.

In this article, we'll look at the winners from each region and the players who qualified for the Grand Finals. From Europe to North America, Brazil to Asia, and Oceania to the Middle East, the best Fortnite players worldwide have earned their spots in the Upper Bracket, where they will compete for a chance at the championship.

With anticipation and excitement building up for the Global Championship, Fortnite fans look forward to seeing their favorite players battle it out on the grand stage. So let's dive into the winners and players who earned their spots in the Grand Finals and get ready to witness the best Fortnite players in the world go head-to-head for the championship.


Europe's top Fortnite players clashed in a thrilling two-day event, and the competition was intense. The first day saw German players JannisZ and Rezon emerge victorious, followed by the Asian duo SwizzY and Shamokiy. To everyone's surprise, G13RAS and charyy, two previously unknown Polish players, took third place.

The second day of the tournament was equally exciting, with Merstach and Tayson dominating the competition, followed closely by Malibuca and Th0masHD, with just 19 points between them. The final standings show that Merstach and Tayson narrowly clinched the top spot by a single point, securing their ticket to Copenhagen alongside the runner-up duo.

It was an impressive display of skill and determination from all the players involved, with each duo pushing themselves to the limit to achieve victory. It is no coincidence that this is the fifth FNCS won by Tayson, which in addition to celebrating the qualification in Copenhagen, also qualifies for the achievement of 1,000,000 euros won online on Fortnite. Whether you are a die-hard Fortnite fan or simply appreciate the thrill of high-stakes competition, this event was to be noticed. With such a talented group of players competing, it is clear that the future of Fortnite esports is bright.


The Fortnite competition in North America was nothing short of intense, with the first day showcasing a closely fought battle for supremacy. Acorn and Cold emerged as the victors, with Ajerss and Khanada not far behind in second place.

Day two of the tournament saw the competition reach new heights, with Eomzo and Rise taking first place, followed by Bylah and npen in second. However, Acorn and Cold ultimately finished first in the North America East standings, securing their place in Copenhagen with an impressive performance.

Other regions

The Fortnite competitive scene was alive and well in regions across the globe, with impressive performances from top duos in each area. In North America West, Thorik and Boltz emerged as the winners of the final tournament before the server merge, edging out their competition by a narrow margin of four points.

Meanwhile, in Oceania, Suns, and Anon secured a commanding victory with an 11-point lead over their closest rivals. In Brazil, the dynamic duo of Kitoz and Phzin once again showed their dominance, with Phzin securing the fifth FNCS win of his career.

Asia, there were many formidable duos in Asia, but Pepoclip and zagou ultimately secured their spot in Copenhagen with an impressive 72-point lead over second place. And in the Middle East, QnDx and Rapit emerged victorious, showcasing their skills and teamwork to come out on top.

Overall, the level of competition on display in each region was a testament to the passion and dedication of Fortnite players worldwide. With so much talent on display, it's clear that the future of the game is in good hands. Whether you're a fan of Fortnite esports or simply appreciate the thrill of high-stakes competition, there was plenty to enjoy in these regional tournaments.

Author Bio

Andrea Memoli

Zenko is an Esports manager specializing in Fortnite, he has worked with two of the best organizations in Europe (Become Legends) and NA (Fusion Esports).


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