Check out the results and best moments from the Tfue Tuesday Zero Build Fortnite tournament.

BoomTV and Twitch streamer Turner “Tfue” Tenney combined for the first-ever Tfue Tuesday Fortnite tournament. With $100K up for grabs, this invitational featured some monumental Fortnite players and streamers. The Tfue Tuesday tournament included names such as Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, Cody “Clix” Conrod, Ali “SypherPK” Hassan, and much more. 

A total of 20 squads entered Tfue Tuesday, where they’d play ten matches while racking up elimination and placement points. However, only one could win, and the leaderboard featured a mix of professional players, personalities, and everything in between. 

Team Clix claims the Tfue Tuesday crown and $25K grand prize

The Tfue Tuesday Fortnite tournament leaderboard constantly shifted throughout the competition. Despite the restrictive ruleset, six teams surpassed the 400-point threshold across ten matches, including the eventual winners. Composed of Fortnite pros Clix, Kwanti, Rise, and Eomzo, this team outpaced all challengers. They managed two Victory Royales out of ten matches. 

Clix and company finished the competition with 446 points—just six more than Team Tfue. Although the tournament host's team had two zero-point efforts in games two and three, Tfue, Okis, Easiness, and Pilky rallied back. Team Tfue matched Clix with two Victory Royales but fell short in the final match. 

Other noteworthy names atop the Tfue Tuesday Fortnite tournament leaderboard included NickEh30, Nate Hill, BonsaiBroz, and MrSavage. It's also worth noting that each game-winning team earned $1,000.

Here’s a look at the complete leaderboard:

  • 1st: Team Clix — 446 points ($25,000)
  • 2nd: Team Tfue — 440 points ($17,000)
  • 3rd: Team NickEh30 — 434 points ($12,000)
  • 4th: Team Nate Hill — 419 points ($10,000)
  • 5th: Team BonsaiBroz — 413 points ($8,000)
  • 6th: Team MrSavage — 409 points ($7,000)
  • 7th: Team SypherPK — 396 points ($6,000)
  • 8th: Team Scoped — 386 points ($5,000)
  • 9th: Team Zemie — 378 points
  • 10th: Team Aydan — 322 points 
  • 11th: Team TypicalGamer — 312 points
  • 12th: Team Bugha — 310 points
  • 13th: Team Myth — 309 points
  • 14th: Team Sommerset — 220 points 
  • 15th: Team Botez — 214 points
  • 16th: Team Lachlan — 202 points
  • 17th: Team KurtBenkert — 170 points
  • 18th: Team HeadShotChick — 160 points
  • 19th: Team Chica — 152 points
  • 20th: Team 2xChampion — 16 points

Best moments from the Tfue Tuesday Fortnite tournament

The BonsaiBroz drive-by

Boats have many uses in Fortnite, particularly in Zero Build mode. Team BonsaiBroz rolled up on some unsuspecting victims and put them down quickly for some easy points in the second match. With a hill in their way and nowhere to return, it was little work for the eventual fifth-place team. 

A full team wipe by Team Aydan

Team Aydan massacred Team Bugha in game nine, erasing any chance for them to finish inside the money. The whole lot of Team Aydan dropped down onto the Team Bugha squad and aggressively sent them back to the lobby. 

NickEh30 says hello and goodbye

Everyone’s favorite family-friendly steamer flexed his Zero Build, Shockwave Hammer, and aim in one brief clip. Game five saw the Canadien make easy work of professional Fortnite player MrSavage by hip-firing a Red-Eye Assault Rifle. NickEh30 and his teammates proceeded to finish third overall. 

Okis game nine solo clutch

Tfue carefully constructed his team and was wise not to leave Okis on the bench. This controller demon saved Team Tfue’s tournament life in game nine with an incredible clutch performance. After watching his team fall, Okis iced up and earned three eliminations in rapid succession. Team Tfue went on to win game nine, which would not have been possible without Okis. 

It’s unclear whether the Tfue Tuesday Fortnite tournament was a one-time deal or if we can expect more. Overall, it was entertaining and showcased Fortnite Zero Build at its finest. 

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