Ali “SypherPK” Hassan is one of the few content creators who have been playing Fortnite since day one. Even though some of his closest friends in the community, like Ninja, TimTheTatman, and Nickmercs have quit the game, SypherPK took the road less traveled.
Epic Games certainly recognizes the efforts SypherPK has put into promoting its battle royale game and is finally rewarding the streamer for it.
Soon after getting his own tournament, SypherPK has now announced the arrival of his official bundle in the Fortnite Item Shop.
The bundle comprises the following items:
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Unfortunately, the Austin Texas native lost his internet connection owing to severe weather. As a result, he could not celebrate his bundle with the fans.
To make things worse, SypherPK might not be able to participate in his own cup that begins tomorrow.
Even though SypherPK hasn’t shared his thoughts on the SypherPK bundle up till now, other big names like Reverse2k, Bugha and Scoped reacted to his bundle as soon as it dropped in the Item Shop.
Reverse2k was amazed that the bundle did not belong to Scoped, but SypherPK. Apparently, both the streamers have similar logos that might have led to the confusion. On the flip side, Scoped already owned the Manic outfit, and the Royal Dragon glider from what he called the “big PK” bundle.
YouTuber Tabor Hill congratulated SypherPK for the bundle and also explained how fans can purchase the expensive Royal Dragon glider at a reduced price.
Surprisingly, Bugha made fun of SypherPK for not wearing the Manic outfit more often.
“This is not his main bro. He does not own Manic. Have you ever seen him wear this? Oh wait, SypherPK only wears the new skins so people use his code.”
This narrative might change soon if SypherPK gets his own Fortnite skin like Ninja, Lachlan, Loserfruit, and TheGrefg. From creating maps and weapons, to trying out new challenges, he has contributed a lot towards improving Fortnite. From the looks of it, this might be the ideal time for Epic Games to immortalize the streamer by making him a part of the Fortnite Icon Series.