Cody “Clix” Conrod and Chicago Bears American football star, Tarik Cohen, have won the Fortnite NFL Streamer Bowl, claiming a US$125,000 cash prize for their chosen charities.
The Streamer Bowl was another collaboration between the NFL and Epic Games right before Superbowl weekend, teaming up their best players for a hectic, yet exciting battle on the Fortnite Map.
Rising stars like Kyler Murray and Juju Smith-Schuster duo’ed up with Fortnite all-stars like Turner “Tfue” Tenney and Fortnite World Cup Champion, Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf.
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During the last match, it all came down to Clix going against Bugha. Although Cohen fared well throughout the Streamer Bowl, he checked out early in the last match from a few missteps, leaving Clix to solo-win the game.
With the circle closing in, Bugha managed to get a shotgun shot on Clix for 105 damage, but Clix healed up with a potion. Eager to fight, Bugha broke the roof of Clix’s 1-by-1, but Clix got a clear headshot, finishing the Streamer Bowl with another win.
Clix and Cohen had an incredible run throughout the competition. The duo had an average placement of 2.75 with a total of 23 eliminations and 69 points. Runner-ups Tfue and Murray were miles behind with an average placement of 7.25 and a total of 16 eliminations and 46 points.
With their cash prize of US$125,000, Clix and Cohen will be donating to WWF Australia and True Care Inc. respectively.