Kamolrf Wins Second Fortnite Summer Skirmish 500K Tournament - Final Standings

Nicholas Barth,

July 21, 2018 2:32 PM

Who won the Fortnite tournament today? Kamolrf was able to to claim the title of winner of Epic Games' second 500k solo tournament to close out Week 2 of the Fortnite Summer Skirmish.

Saturday, July 21st played host to the second 500K solo tournament for Week 2 of the Fortnite Summer Skirmish Series with a field of competitors that call the European servers of Fortnite home. Collecting high kill amounts of Victory Royales throughout the day, Kamolrf was able to claim the title of champion for the second Week 2 500K solo tournament of the Fortnite Summer Skirmish

The winner of Kamolrf was able to secure the highest overall score after his 10 public matches than the rest of the competitors in the event today with a victory royale giving players five points, each elimination awarding one point and achieving 20 or more eliminations awarding 10 points. With his top finish in the second 500K solo tournament for Week 2 of the Fortnite Summer Skirmish, Kamolrf takes home the grand prize of $60,000 and competitive Forntite glory. 

The final standings for the top 20 spots in the Fortnite Summer Skirmish 500K solo tournament that took place on July 21st can be found below. 

Who Won the Fortnite Summer Skirmish 500K Tournament Today
(Source: Epic Games)

Day 2 of the second week for the Fortnite Summer Skirmish was not overshadowed by controversy in the same way that Day 1 was, as the champion of the first 500K solo tournament on Friday, July 20th in PS4 and Solo Showdown Limited Time Mode player iDropz_Bodies was accused of cheating by many members of the community.

However, Epic Games cleared iDropz_Bodies of the allegations of cheating brought up against him before today's event where Kamolrf was able to join iDropz_Bodies as a Week 2 Fortnite Summer Skirmish 500K solo tournament champion. 

At the end of the broadcast for the second 500K solo tournament for Week 2 of the Fortnite Summer Skirmish, it was revealed that Epic Games is looking to bring back the custom lobbies for Week 3 of the eight week series. Week 2 focused on players playing on the public servers, as the developer was still working to fix the server issues that the private lobbies experienced in Week 1. With this news, viewers will be highly anticipating what kind of format Epic Games has in store for the next week of competition.

(cover photo courtesy of Epic Games)



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