WATCH: Bugha Proves That He’s Still One of the Best Fortnite Players In the World

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October 11, 2020 6:08 pm

Fortnite Pro Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf never fails to prove himself as one of the best players in the world. The Fortnite Champion Series for Chapter 2 Season 4 is now live, and pros around the world are competing in the event. With all the recent drama, this tournament was very important for Bugha to improve his image in the community.

Bugha bags the first place in Fortnite Champion Series trios day 1

Bugha is competing in the tournament with Jamper and Avery who play for Luminosity and C9, respectively. The trio is leading the charts after day 1 of the FNCS with 139 points.

The trio played six matches and was able to get one victory royale. Even the team stats tell a similar story as Bugha and his team had an average of 5.5 eliminations, 3.2 placements, and 23.2 average points. These are very impressive numbers for such a high-level tournament.

Is Bugha’s trio getting an unfair advantage of their POI in FNCS?

Bugha, Jamper, and Avery land on the Stark Industries, which is the best location on the map for loot. Also, no other team lands on Stark Industries and so the trio doesn’t get into early fights. As a result, a lot of people are saying that Bugha and his team are always getting the best loot in the game, which is contributing to their domination.

However, it is no secret that the trio is actually very strong and that is the reason that no one tries to engage early in their drop location.

The Fortnite Champion Series is very important for Bugha

Bugha has become an established name in the Fortnite community following his victory at the 2019 Fortnite World Championship Solos. Moreover, his followers continue to grow, which also validates his content creation. The streamer now has over 3 million followers on Twitch and over 300K subscribers on YouTube.

With fame comes a lot of responsibility and scrutiny, and Bugha is no exception. Recently, Bugha was criticized by fellow streamers Clix and Ronaldo. Both the NRG eSports players targeted Bugha for being selfish and claimed that he griefs in competitive tournaments. The streamers also claimed that Bugha only plays with streamers when it benefits his own channel.

Even after these allegations, Bugha has remained silent, and it seems that the Sentinels player would rather answer his haters through his actions. He is having a great tournament so far, and his fans will be hoping the trio eventually wins it all.

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Aakrit Sharma

Aakrit Sharma is an Esports author at EssentiallySports, living in Shimla. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor's degree in Arts from Delhi University. His interest in gaming roots back to classics like Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 and Modern Warfare 3.

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