Fortnite's Nick Eh 30 Cup competition has officially concluded at the time of writing.
This tournament, named after the popular Canadian streamer Nick "NickEh30" Amyooy. He allegedly spent time working with the Fortnite team to develop a unique scoring system that emphasized points over picks. The cup took place on Nov. 22, 2020 and was exclusive to the North American region. It ran from 3 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.—of which only the final six matches were streamed. 100 Grand Finalists, including NickEh30, took the stage to battle for a bite of the $10k prize pool.
NickEh30 is the latest streamer to receive this treatment, joining with the likes of Lachlan, benjyfishy, and Mongraal.
Fortnite Nick Eh 30 Cup
First place went to United States player Crumblerr with a total of 218 points. He took home $3k at the end of it all, tweeting, "loved this tournament can't wait for the next one" after his victory. It should be noted that, by taking advantage of the competition's unique scoring system, the majority of Crumblerr's points came from his placements during matches. Less than 10% came from eliminations, alone.
Second place went to C9 Fryst with a total of 199 points and $2k prize. 7marSParebow came in third with 198 points and $1.5k while TNA Meroǃ earned 197 points for fourth place with $1.2k.
Well-known French player and Fortnite Champion Series victor MCES Andilex ranked 13 with 139 points. NickEh30, himself, finished as rank 75 out of 100.