With the FNCS Global Championship 2023 swiftly approaching, fans are looking back on the best players from the Fortnite World Cup, including psalm.
Harrison "psalm" Chang burst onto the Fortnite scene in 2019 on the biggest stage in Fortnite history. The Fortnite World Cup saw the best Fortnite players in the world compete in front of a live audience in both Solos and Duos. Big names like Tfue, Bugha, Clix, and psalm battled for a piece of the record-breaking $30 million prize pool.
Here's everything you need to know about psalm's Fortnite career, including his big winnings in New York.
Psalm Fortnite: Age
Former Fortnite pro, psalm, is currently 28 years old. When he competed in the Fortnite World Cup, he was 24 years old, going up against some of the best young talent in the Fortnite community, including a then fourteen-year-old Cody "Clix" Conrad.
Psalm Fortnite: Winnings
According to Liquipedia, psalm's Fortnite winnings totaled to $1,859,039 after only playing the Battle Royale for three total years.
In fact, Psalm earned $1.8 million just from the Fortnite World Cup. He placed second in the Solos tournament, earning the second largest sum available just behind first place's $3 million prize. Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf memorably took home the top spot at just sixteen years old.
Psalm Fortnite: Retirement
After a successful Fortnite career, psalm retired from the Battle Royale to pursue Valorant competitively. The announcement came in 2020 just one year after his second-place finish at the Fortnite World Cup.
Psalm posted to X/Twitter on Apr. 5, 2020, "My dream is to be the most decorated competitor in gaming history. I have my eyes set on Valorant next." He ended the announcement with, "Thank you Fortnite for everything. I was given the chance to achieve what only few have had the pleasure of accomplishing."
Fans can follow psalm on X to keep up with his latest ventures outside of Fortnite.