Epic’s First E3 2018 Fortnite Pro Am Won By Ninja And Marshmello

Posted: Jun 13 2018, 7:21am CDT | by , in News | E3

 
Epic’s First E3 2018 Fortnite Pro Am Won by Ninja and Marshmello
Tyler Blevins, known as Ninja, left, talks to DJ Christopher Comstock, known as Marshmello, after winning the Epic Games Inc. Fortnite: Battle Royale Celebrity Pro Am on the sidelines of the E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Tuesday, June 12, 2018. Photo Credit: Getty Images

Epic’s Very First Match has Ninja and Marshmello as the Obvious Winners

The tournament held by Epic Games titled Fortnite Pro-Am has come to the verdict. The pro-streamer Ninja and musician Marshmello are the victors of this match. The city where the competition took place was LA and the venue happened to be California Stadium.

Basically, it was all part of the E3 event. Over 50 pro-Fortnite players and streamers locked horns with 50 celebrity figures. The jackpot prize was $3 million alongside the Golden Pickaxe Trophy. To begin with, all the 100 players showed the world what they had in the way of skills and talent.

Tyler Ninja Blevins was defeated in the beginning by Gotaga. As the competitive spirit increased, such players as NoahJ456, Kinstaar and the musician Drezo entered the final five match.

In the end, only Noah and Kinstaar remained. Noah won the first match. Game two got underway and things soon became chaotic. Players such as Lil’ Yatchy lost after being included in the top 20.

Game two ultimately became the preserve of Ninja. The UFC fighter Sean O’Malley teamed up with Kinstaar to fight Ninja. Although match two was filled with suspense and tension, match three was a whole new ball game.

The final players put up their dukes on the top of a mountain. Ninja had the advantage and Marshmello too was not one to give in so easily. That is why they remained the last two individuals standing.

They literally snatched victory from the jaws of defeat. The $1 million that the winners will take home will be donated to the charity drive they prefer to give the money to.

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