Another month, another DreamHack Solo competition to help carry us through a week of competitive Fortnite. The tournament began on October 8, when the NA-West region completed its stage to kick things off for the month. Last night, October 2, Europe capped off October’s DreamHack competition.
The tournament has showcased some household names, some off-ping warriors, and some rising stars that call North America home. Here are the entire results of the DreamHack Open featuring Fortnite October Finals.
NA-West DreamHack Open results
The NA-West region is, as always, the first to wrap up the DreamHack October tournament. Players on NA-West finished the tournament on October 8, with Demonspect taking home first place. He finished six points higher than 77 Xarez in second.
Rising star in the region, Reet, came in third and one of the established juggernauts in NA-West, EpikWhale, finished in fifth. Nosh and Maken rounder out the top ten. Other noteworthy finishes outside of the top ten include WHofishy at 12, VerT at 14, Marzz_Ow at 20, Jamper playing off-ping at 25, Skqttles at 26, Wavy Jacob at 36, MackWood at 45, and H1ghSky1 at 47.
NA-East DreamHack Open results
Furious, one of the top controller players in any region, walked away with the win in NA-East with a score of 307 points – 7 points higher than skqttles in second. Furious padded his victory by winning two out of the six games.
After Skqttles was Degen in third and Okis in fourth. Other noteworthy finishes include Paper at 10, MackWood at 16, Zexrow at 17, Slackes at 18, and Th0masHD competing off-ping at 19. Here’s a look at how the top 15 looked at the end of the tournament.
Europe DreamHack Open results
One of the established Fortnite pros in the EU region, K1nzеll, took home first place in the DreamHack October finals, finishing with 334 points – 23 points above DaeZinhoo in second.
MrSavage, a favorite in any competition in which he plays, came in third with 285 points. His longtime teammate and one of the most popular Fortnite pros in any region, Benjyfishy, barely cracked the top 15 and finished in 14th place.
DreamHack will return in November, but this time with a Duos tournament rather than solos. Most Fortnite players prefer team-based modes, and the Duos format will be an interesting break from the Trios FNCS that we have this season.
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