Faze Clan’s Cizzorz has led his four-man Fish Fam team, which also included HiImTylerH, ZAND, and Suezhoo, to victory in the Fortnite Creative World Cup Finals.

The Fortnite Creative World Cup Finals pitted eight teams of four players against each other in different game modes built with Fortnite’s Creative mode. Each team was led by a prominent figure in the Fortnite community, joined by three players who qualified from the Creative Trials.

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The tournament consisted of four sets of games, each consisting of three individual matches. Teams were awarded prize money after each match, and the squad that performed the best over the three matches was awarded a Silver Llama.

The final set rewarded a Golden Llama to the best team, which had greater value than its silver counterparts. The team with the most Llamas at the end of the tournament was declared the winner.

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Set 1 – Sky Station Showdown

The first set was called Skystation Showdown and required teams to designate one player as the VIP. The VIP’s job was to hold onto capture points for as long as possible.

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After three matches of play, Tomoya’s Funky Fighters team earned first place, US$100,000 in prize money, and the first Silver Llama.

Set 2 – Junkyard Juke

The second game was Junkyard Juke, and required players to dodge past defenders and sprint to the center of the map to score points.

There were four rounds per match, with two teams playing as defenders, and the six other teams trying to get past them. The teams trying to get past the guards were turned into different size “props” of varying sizes. The larger the prop, the higher the score.

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Rubius’ Chicken Champions came first place this time, winning the second Silver Llama and earning US$130,000 in prize money.

Set 3 – World Run

The third set of games was called World Run and was essentially a giant race to the finish. The first team to travel through all the checkpoints and pick up 30 coins would win the Silver Llama.

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After three matches, both Fish Fam and Gotaga’s Raven’s Revenge team were tied in first place, with both teams earning US$110,000.

However, the judges awarded the coveted Silver Llama to Fish Fam for their overall better performance.

Set 4 – Golden Games

The final set was called Golden Games, with each match revisiting one of the first three sets, but with a slight twist in the rules:

  • Match one was played on Sky Station Showdown but any player could hold Capture Points, not just the designated VIP.
  • Match two was on Junkyard Juke, but all props were large.
  • Match three was World Run, but players only have a single life to complete the race.

After an intense set of matches, Fish Fam came out on top again, earning themselves the Golden Llama and with it, the trophy and US$1 million in prize money.

In total, for winning two sets and finishing in first place overall, Fish Fam won a massive US$1.345 million in prize money.

Here are the final standings for the teams that competed in the Fortnite Creative World Cup Finals, along with the amount of prize money they won.

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The Fortnite Creative World Cup Finals is only the first event of the Fortnite World Cup Finals. It was followed by the Fortnite World Cup Finals Celebrity Pro-Am to round out the first day.

The Fortnite World Cup Duos and Solo Finals will take place on the second and last days of the event, respectively.

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