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Tfue and Cloakzy win the Fortnite Fall Skirmish Grand Finals

Dusty Dogs take top-spot in a close Club finish.

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Tfue and Cloakzy have taken first place in the Grand Finals of the Fortnite Fall Skirmish, held at this weekend's TwitchCon gathering.

The two players teamed up for the tournament's final Duos week, and achieved 28 Eliminations and 17 Points across the final six matches.

Here's how the standings from the Grand Finals look:

PositionPlayersEliminationsPoints
1CLOAKZY / TFUE2817
2FUNKBOMB / NATE HILL2212
3ZEXROW / VINNY1X2211
4GHOST BIZZLE / GHOST DMO148
5GHOST KAYUUN / GHOST SEAN158
6GHOST SNOOD / GHOST TWHIFO128
7DOMENTOS / PATE1K107
8C9 BLIND / HYSTERIA217
9GHOST AYDAN / NICKMERCS187
10BAYSOLDIER / IMMARKSMAN137
11HEROJDW / HERO_RONIN116
12GHOST GHOUL / GHOST SAF196

If you missed this weekend's action, we've embedded a highlight reel for you which showcases some of the best play from the Grand Finals:

Throughout the tournament, players have also been accumulating points for their associated Club. It's Dusty Dogs who emerge victorious after six weeks of competitive play, although Bush Bandits and Fort Knights came within a whisper of snatching top-spot.

Here's how the Club standings looked at the end of the tournament:

  • Dusty Dogs - 3,770 Points
  • Bush Bandits - 3,720 Points
  • Fort Knights - 3,700 Points
  • Rift Raiders - 3,150 Points
  • Lucky Llamas - 3,075 Points

The conclusion of the Fortnite Fall Skirmish leaves us wondering what will be next for competitive play in Fortnite.

Given this year's Summer and Fall Skirmishes, it seems likely that a Winter Skirmish series can't be far away at all. As soon as Epic publishes details of the next tournament, we'll add a post to the homepage.

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