The 100 competing players went through six matches, earning points through their placings and eliminations. Any placing within the top five or more than four eliminations gave a point to the player. The format was the same for yesterday’s Duos tournament in the Secret Skirmish.
Ghost Gaming pro player Timothy ‘Bizzle’ Miller has won the $400,000 Fortnite Battle Royale Solos tournament on February 15, becoming the champion of day two of the $500,000 Secret Skirmish competitive event. After six matches in the Secret Skirmish tournament, one professional Fortnite: Battle Royale player has become a lot richer.
Bizzle won both the fifth and sixth matches, and with that final Victory Royale, he netted the grand prize of $60,000. Other notable players’ placings include Noah “Vivid” Wright, who finished third. Turner “Tfue” Tenney also earned a top 10 placing with a seventh-place performance.
With the Solo event finished, the Secret Skirmish has officially concluded. Some of the top pro Fortnite players in the world will probably have to wait a little bit before getting back into major tournament action.