The growth of Fortnite esports has been on the rise since the start of 2018. The world’s most popular esports franchises are cashing in on the trend.
Fortnite esports is starting to shape up. Just last month, FaZe Clan announced their very own Fortnite squad. Shortly after, Team Envy also announced their Fortnite roster, with top player and streamer KingRichard at the helm.
It’s only the start of the season and yet we’re already getting a grasp of what to expect in the esports side of Fortnite Battle Royale.
Team Solomid’s roster has already been established since the start of 2018, with one of its first members being **Ali “Myth” Kabbani. **There’s really no basis yet on what the organizations are searching for in their rosters. So they just chose the ‘best’ Fortnite streamers around the world. It’s an ongoing process that teams are building through as the season goes on. Changes from the landing spots from recent comet strike will make things a tad-bit complicated.
- **(c) King Richard **
- ** TBA**
KingRichard’s teammates are still to be decided as Team Evny’s decision of making picking him up as captain just happened 2 days ago. The team is reportedly trying to scout people up. If the circumstances pave the way, they might even sign Ninja.
- (c) Dennis “Cloak” Lepore
- Thomas “72hrs” Mulligan
- Thang “SpaceLyon” Phan
- ndan “Jaomock” O’Brien
“We want to compete. We are eagerly awaiting the chance to do so and we can’t wait. When you build it, we will come.” – FaZe Clan Fortnite Team
Could the epic composition of talented Fortnite players from different countries be the edge to winning the build off?
- (c) Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani
- Juan “CaMiLLs”Camilla
Every single one of these players are professional streamers, well experienced in the hardships of the battlefield. Will they be coming up on top of the future tournaments they join? We cannot wait for the new teams, roster changes, and the first official Fortnite squad tournament to happen. More updates as we climb through the year!