From April 13th to the 21 of June, Epic Games hosted 10 Weeks of Online Opens for the Fortnite World Cup. Each weekend hosted two three-hour sessions; A Semifinals Event, with the Top 3000 Players moving onto the Finals event the next day, where the Top 8 would qualify for the World Cup Event in July. Myztro participated in every Fortnite World Cup Open since Week 1. Here’s how the players fared throughout the competition.
Week 1: Solos
Tj: 47 Points, Qualified for Finals
Tj: 39 Points, 173rd Overall
Tj was the only Myztro Member to open up the Fortnite Qualifiers, as Severin was on break. He would later return in Week 3.
Week 2: Duos
Rass and Tj: 78 Points, Qualified for Finals
Rass and Tj: 38 Points, 491st Overall
In Week 2, Tj played with Swedish Player Rasmus “Rass” Wiklundh. Rass would later sign with Myztro along with Whai on May 2nd.
Week 3: Solos
Tj: 54 Points, Qualified for Finals
Severin: 49 Points, Qualified for Finals
Tj: 19 Points, 1,524th Overall
Severin: 13 Points, 2,156th Overall
In Week 3, Severin made his World Cup Qualifier Debut after his break, alongside Tj. Semifinals went pretty well, as both players qualified for Finals. However, Finals weren’t so kind to Severin or Tj, and the two got ready for Week 4.
Week 4: Duos
Severin and Tj: 78 Points, Qualified for Finals
Rass and Whai: 92 Points, Qualified for Finals
Severin and Tj: 43 Points, 372nd Overall
Rass and Whai: 50 Points, 182nd Overall
In Week 4, Severing and Tj were joined by the recently signed Rass and Whai. In Semifinals, Rass and Whai went all out, getting 2 Victory Royales and 49 Kills, placing 13th Overall in EU. Severin and Tj didn’t look bad either, snagging 2 Victory Royales and 41 Kills, placing 110th Overall. Come Finals Day however, luck wasn’t on either duos side. On to Week 5!
Week 5: Solos
Severin: 43 Points, Did Not Qualify for Finals
Tj: 69 Points, Qualified for Finals
Rass: 48 Points, Qualified for Finals
Whai: 52 Points, Qualified for Finals
Tj: 20 Points, 1552nd Overall
Rass: 18 Points, 1677th Overall
Whai: 48 Points, 46th Overall
Week 5 showed promise, as Tj gained the most points in Myztro with 69 in Semifinals, and Whai clinched Top 50 in Finals. Myztro Fortnite will reconvene in a new setting for Week 6 and 7: London, England, at the Red Bull Gaming Sphere for Bootcamp.
Week 6: Duos
Severin and Tj: 70 Points, Qualified for Finals
Rass and Whai: 61 Points, Did Not Qualify for Finals
Severin and Tj: 49 Points, 230th Overall
Week 6 was a different one setting wise: All of Myztro Fortnite competed from the Red Bull Gaming Sphere in London, England. They would compete from the Gaming Sphere for Week 6 and Week 7 Qualifiers.
The advantages of bootcamp was apparent right off the bat. While Rass and Whai didn’t qualify for the Finals on Sunday, they got very close. Severin and Tj would end up with 49 Points to wrap up the week. With one more week in London, as well as the IRL team bonding that took place, the future looked bright for Myztro Fortnite.
Week 7: Solos
Severin: 59 Points, Qualified for Finals
Tj: 46 Points, Qualified for Finals
Rass: 53 Points, Qualified for Finals
Whai: 40 Points, Did Not Qualify for Finals
Severin: 9 Points, 2,469th Overall
Tj: 38 Points, 199th Overall
Rass: 29 Points, 604th Overall
As the last week in London drew to a close, the boys put up some impressive numbers, with Tj finishing in the Top 200 in Finals.
Week 8: Duos
Severin and Tj: 67 Points, Qualified for Finals
Rass and Whai: 69 Points, Qualified for Finals
Severin and Tj: 48 Points, 242nd Overall
Rass and Whai: 53 Points, 136th Overall
Week 8 showed consistency. Both teams finished close to each other and placed in the Top 300 in EU during Finals.
Week 9: Solos
Severin: 49 Points, Qualified for Finals
Tj: 42 Points, Did Not Qualify for Finals
Rass: 40 Points, Did Not Qualify for Finals
Whai: 45 Points, Did Not Qualify for Finals
Severin: 26 Points, 868th Overall
Week 9 saw the biggest dip from Myztro ever, with only Severin making the week’s finals. However, as Epic Games was getting ready for the Fortnite Celebrity Pro-Am, Myztro had an extra week to prepare for the final week of competition, and they had some tricks up their sleeves.
Week 10: Duos
Whai and Tj: 85 Points, Qualified for Finals
Severin and Rass: 72 Points, Qualified for Finals
Whai and Tj: 66 Points, 28th Overall
Severin and Rass: 36 Points, 645th Overall
Week 10 was the closest Myztro has ever gotten to booking a ticket to New York City’s World Cup Finals. Both Duos shocked the community and switched up teammates, and the all-new cohesion between the new duos was apparent right off the bat. Both duos qualified for Finals on Friday, and while Severin and Rass’s day didn’t go as planned, Tj and Whai were having the biggest games of their careers, snagging 2 Victory Royales and 32 Total Eliminations. Tj’s stream even had over 1,000 viewers for Games 9 and 10, as the whole Myztro community came together to see history in the making. Sadly, they finished right outside of the qualification threshold, and didn’t get a chance to go to NYC.
Myztro Fortnite has improved and excelled since playing with EU’s best in the World Cup Qualifiers. They’ve grown as players, and we’d be amiss if we said we weren’t proud of them. Every day, they continue to improve, and we’ll see them excel in the near future.
Myztro’s Fortnite players will continue playing in events, starting with the Trios Cash Cup on July 13th and 14th.
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