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The FNCS 2024 has finally commenced, providing Fortnite fans with unforgettable moments and outstanding performances. The world's best players are vying for a chance to qualify for the finals of Major 1, where, beyond monetary rewards, they can secure a spot in the FNCS Global Championship scheduled for the end of the year. If you're unfamiliar with the details, read this article where we explain everything.


The first qualifier in Europe featured Vico and Pinq, with the latter representing the Arab organisation Onyx Ravens. They took the top spot with 3 wins from 6 matches. In second place are the amazing Setty and Kami, also with 3 wins. Right behind them are Volko and Vortexers, an interesting duo who could do very well this year. In seventh place we have the returning duo of Malibuca and Merstach, who are making a strong comeback. Vadeal and Rezon, from Wave Esports and FOKUS respectively, also had a great tournament and finished eleventh. Notably, South American duo K1ng and Fazer secured a top 34 finish. Finally, the duo of Mongraal and MrSavage finished in the top 76 with 1 win.

North America Central

The first qualifier in North America saw Chronic Ritual and Agent Reet take the top spot with 5 wins from 8 matches, an impressive performance that included a runner-up finish. Second place went to Peterbot and Pollo, followed by Avivv and Bugha. There's a bit of a surprise, however, as Clix and Epikwhale only managed 22nd place, and Bucke and Okis disappointingly landed in 86th place, falling short of expectations.


In Brazil, this first tournament has been very interesting, with many notable names at the top of the leaderboard. The winners are Sanku and Trueno, who have 0 wins but an average ranking of 5,50. They are closely followed by Gabzera and KING. In third place are Puzera and Grx. Team Liquid's duo formed by Persa and EdRoadToGlory secured eighth place. In 14th place we have the duo of blackoutz and LuLuzito. It's a bit of a surprise, however, that Phzin and Kitoz, who were expected to do better, ended up in 18th place.

Asia, Middle East & Oceania

In Asia, the tournament winners are Tayler and mkmkpapa with an outstanding performance. In the Middle East, at the top of the leaderboard, we find Hero and 5aald with 414 points and 2 victories. In Oceania, the winners are Sanjog and Deymo.

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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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