New Solo Showdown Standings Fortnite Battle Royale (7/30)

The 2nd Solo Showdown has come to an end and the standings can be seen here on the official Epic Games website.

This time, Epic let the users know that top scoring players were likely to be invited to the Fortnite Summer Skirmish tournaments which take place Friday and Saturday afternoon for 8 weeks this summer.  In total, over 8 millions dollars are up for grab throughout the 8 weeks, and a different format will be used for scoring every week.

With so much money on the line, this second solo showdown has definitely brought out some of the best Fortnite players, some scoring over 4000 points.

Solo Showdown


“The following scoring structure shall apply solely to this Contest.

Each match awards a Score based on final placement. Cumulative Score across the contestants 25 matches will determine winners.

For example, finishing first place within a match will award you 100 points while finishing 20th place within a match will award you 50 points. Exact placement Scores below:

Placement Points
11 – 1555
16 – 2050
21 – 3045
31 – 4040
41 – 5035
51 – 7530
76 – 10025

In addition to Score based on placement, the player will be awarded 6 points for each enemy they eliminate.

In the event of a tie, the following statistics, in the order presented here, will be used as tiebreakers: total wins, total eliminations, and average placement during the Solo Showdown LTM.

The top 100 Contestants at the end of the Contest Period will receive prizes.

Only the first 25 matches in Solo Showdown LTM will count towards a Contestant’s Score.


The following prizes will be awarded independently for each supported server region – North America (NAE & NAW), Europe (EU), Asia (ASIA), Oceania (OCE), Brazil (BR).

The Contestant with the highest score will have 50,000 V-bucks added to their Fortnite account.

Contestants who place 2nd – 4th will have 25,000 V-bucks added to their Fortnite accounts.

Contestants who place 5th – 50th will have 13,500 V-bucks added to their Fortnite accounts.

Contestants who place 51st – 100th will have 7,500 V-bucks added to their Fortnite accounts.”

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