The best gamers from around the world will be competing for a full $30 million prize pool, after already earning part of a $10 million prize pool from qualifications. Both finals are played over six matches, with points awarded for match placement and number of kills.
Competitors are coming from all over the world after winning a series of open, online heats, which also offered hundreds of thousands of dollars in prize money.
Five eliminations and a Victory Royale in game one gave the powerhouse pair a 15 point haul to start things off.
While the top-three spots remained unchanged from the previous match, the powerhouse duo of Mongraal and Mitr0 crept into the fourth spot for the first time.
The first, important verdict of the FortniteWorld Cup has been issued: the world champions of the Duo mode, disputed yesterday, are Nyhrox and Aqua!
Nyhrox and Aqua got 51 points to Wolfiez and Rojo's 47. We've got everything you need on how to watch the Fortnite World Cup but if you're looking for live updates direct from the event in New York City, read on for everything there is to do with the Fortnite World CupSolos Finals winners, standings, and more. There are no women among the finalists, and most competitors are under the age of 20. An initiative of this type will officially take place tomorrow, Sunday, July 28, 2019, for the second time in the entire history of the Epic Games Battle Royale.
Russia: Protesters defy ban on opposition rally in Moscow
Police asked media to notify the authorities if they planned to cover the protest and urged Russians to skip the rally altogether. Police wrestled with protesters around the mayor's office, sometimes charging into the crowd with their batons raised.
Can water survive in the moon's deep, dark craters? Maybe not
Instead, it will perform a series of ever-widening Earth orbits until it's far enough away to be captured by the Moon's gravity. The ambitious project of Chandrayaan-2 was supposed to launch on July 15, but it was abandoned due to a "technical glitch".