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A first of its kind - search and destroy in Fortnite. All taking place on PracticeServer’s live broadcast

Search and Destroy, or SnD for short, is a gamemode notorious in FPS shooters like Rainbow 6 Siege, Call of Duty, and Counter Strike. The game is relatively simple. There are two teams, attackers and defenders. Attackers must plant and detonate a bomb while defenders must stop the attackers at all costs. Halfway through the game, teams switch sides and attempt the opposite objective

With the power of some true creative geniuses, we saw “Fortnite SnD” maps spring left, right, and center. We previously reported a standout SnD map that first caught our attention two weeks ago. As the concept drew traction, more and more creative map builders came out of the woodworks. Now, the competitive scene is gearing to embrace the gamemode as a true competitive lifeblood

Fast forward to a few days ago when professional NA Fortnite community PracticeServer announced the 6v6 showmatch

Notable players coming out of the NA East region stacks the lineup on both sides. Teams are as follows:

Team Blue

  • Zayt

  • Saf

  • Cizlucky

  • Lazar

  • Htag

  • Mercy

Team Red

  • Riversan

  • Avery

  • Eclipsae

  • Zyfa

  • IKerry

  • Noire

Competitors from both sides seem ready to test out the prospective competitive gamemode and judge whether or not SnD can become the next chapter for Fortnite

To get in on the action, PracticeServer will be running an official live stream on Twitch. The tournament starts at 23:00 UTC (6:00PM EST/ 3:00PM PST), just enough time for you to grab some popcorn and get ready for some real entertainment!

Make sure to tune in and voice your feedback as to whether or not you’d like to see more SnD in competitive play. Fortnite is supporting the movement - their competitive Twitter @FNCompetitive just retweeted the announcement… The next question is: will you?


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Author Bio

Michael Hindi

Michael “Hindog” Hindi is an active Fortnite player and journalist from San Diego, California. His involvement with competitive Fortnite dates back to Season 5 - both on the battle bus and with a pen & paper.

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