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Fortnite World Cup Qualifier Week 10 Finals NA East Duos Top 10 Standings

It is time for the hottest competition in the Fortnite World Cup Qualifier. With Fortnite Week 10 qualifier upon us and EU region done, it is time for the NA East region in which the most popular and known Fortnite players are found. The viewership record is already starting to break, as individual streamers are sharping themselves for placement and potential qualification to this year’s Fortnite World Cup in New York.

As always, we will be covering the leaderboards and the TOP 10 from the NA East Region. Being settled in Duos, we’ll see Ninja and Reverse2k, as well as Tfue and Cloak’s effort, who always felt short and never secured a spot for the Fortnite World Cup. Out of the four, Tfue and Reverse2k have both qualified for Solos, but they’ll still feel the hunger both for them and their associates.

The World Cup qualifiers have already shaped throughout the past nine weeks of qualifying. It will remain to notice who else will join the qualified participants on their journey, as July and the Fortnite World Cup Finals are just behind the corner.

Below you can find the Week 10 NA East TOP 10 placements from today’s qualifier.

√ – Players Qualified in Week 10.

Position Player Name Points Prize
1 Slackes + KeysFN 102 $20000
2 TSM_Zexrow + TSM.Vinny1x 93 $16000
3 NRG Zayt + Ghost Saf 91 $13000
4 Calculator + coL MackWood 89 $10000
5 bhegs + E11 HEART 89 $9000
6 SEN Animal + CODE SEN-Aspect 88 $8000
7 Hornet + tickrss 87 $7000
8 code ronaldo + XXiF 83 $6000
9 E11 Grazca + E11 daxor. 82 $5000
10 TL 72 + Liquid Vivid 80 $4000

The table above varies according to Epic Games’ official leaderboards.

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