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The 16-year-old ‘Fortnite’ player who won $3 million at the Fortnite World Cup was ‘swatted’ during a stream

Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf was streaming "Fortnite" on Sunday night when police arrived at his parents' home.

The $30 million Fortnite World Cup was a spectacular esports experience for fans and players alike. Here’s what it was like to attend

The Fortnite World Cup turned pro players into millionaires, but the event was also amazing for fans.
16-year-old Kyle "Bugha" Giersdorf won $3 million as a the solo champion of the Fortnite World Cup.

The $30 million Fortnite World Cup was a spectacular esports experience for fans and players alike. Here’s what it was like to attend.

The Fortnite World Cup turned pro players into millionaires, but the event was also amazing for fans.
Emil "Nyhrox" Bergquist Pedersen (left) and David "Aqua" Wang (right)

These 8 pro gamers became instant millionaires at the ‘Fortnite’ World Cup this past weekend, and the biggest winner is just 16 years old

In the span of a few days, during the first ever "Fortnite" World Cup in Queens, NY, eight gamers — many teenagers — became instant millionaires.
Winner Kyle Giersdorf.

This 16-year-old gamer is $3 million richer after winning the Fortnite World Cup

Kyle Giersdorf wants to save most of his prize money, but might buy a new desk and somewhere to put his trophy.
A view of Arthur Ashe Stadium during the Fortnite World Cup Finals.

A teen who frustrated his mom gaming 8 hours a day became a millionaire in the Fortnite World Cup

The finals took place in New York City on Saturday and Sunday. Fifty duos and 100 solo players competed for a share of the $30 million prize pool.
The seven new outfits added to "Fortnite" with Season 9.

The Fortnite World Cup Finals start this Friday, and $30 million is on the line. Here’s what you need to know about the competition.

Players from all over the world will compete in New York City for a chance to become millionaires during the first Fortnite World Cup.
Season 8 of "Fortnite" is a pirate-themed extravaganza.

‘Fortnite’ will award $100 million in prizes this year, but some pro players say that’s not enough to keep them motivated

Competitive "Fortnite" players are threatening to quit the game due to Epic Games' constant changes.

The creator of ‘Fortnite’ has banned more than 1,000 accounts for cheating during the first round of its $30 million tournament

Epic Games dropped the ban hammer on hundreds of players who broke the rules during the Fortnite World Cup, including more than 200 prize winners.

Epic Games is hosting its first-ever Fortnite World Cup, where it plans to award $40 million to the world’s best players

Online qualifiers for the Fortnite World Cup start on April 13, and the competition is open to all "Fortnite" players above the age of 13.