The second day of the Fortnite World Cup has just started with the Duos Finals. This is the first main event featuring only players who qualified through the 10-week Open Qualifiers and they’ll fight for the lion’s share of a $20 million prize pool.
There are 20 duos from Europe, 15 from North America East, five from North America West, and three from Brazil, Oceania, and Asia.
The teams will compete across six matches and their final placements will be decided by the sum of their points in each match. A Victory Royale is worth 10 points, placing second to fifth is worth seven, placing sixth to 10th is worth five, and placing 11th to 15th is worth three points. All duos also score one point for each elimination they get.
Here are the standings for the top 10 teams in this weekend’s Fortnite World Cup Duos Finals.
Duos Finals Standings
These are the overall standings after all six matches. David “aqua” W. and Emil “Nyhrox” Bergquist Pedersen were crowned the champions.
The scoreboard for each match can be found after the main standings.