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Who won the FNCS 2024 Major 1? A recap of the regional winners!

The FNCS Major 1 of 2024 comes to a close, showcasing the world's best Fortnite talent in intense battles across regions. From Europe to North America and beyond, witness triumphs, surprises and the relentless pursuit of victory.

The FNCS Major 1 of 2024 has come to a close, marking another exhilarating chapter in the Fortnite competitive scene. With breathtaking play, intense battles and surprising results, the tournament showcased the extraordinary skill and talent of the world's top Fortnite players. From Europe to North America, Brazil to Asia, and Oceania to the Middle East, competitors from every corner of the globe left their mark on the battlefield, vying for glory and a coveted spot in the Global Championship.

In this article, we'll take a closer look at the regional winners who emerged triumphant from this epic showdown. From the heart-stopping clashes in Europe to the fierce competition in North America and beyond, each region saw its champions rise to the occasion in spectacular fashion.

Europe

Europe is once again home to some of the best players around, with Malibuca and Merstach taking the top spot, just one point ahead of Queasy and Th0masHD. Third place goes to Kiro and Kiduoo with a stellar performance, followed by Sangild and Marius. Fifth place goes to Vico and Pinq. Top 7 for Vadeal and Rezon ay. Andilex & Seyyto make a solid comeback on day 2 to secure tenth place. Veno and TaySon finish the tournament in the top 15, while last year's winners Swizzy and Putrick finish in the top 21. Aqua, winner of the Duo World Cup alongside Noahreyli, finishes in the top 23. Setty and Kami settle for the top 33. Mongraal & MrSavage and K1ng & Fazer secure 40th and 41st place respectively.

North America

The winners from North America are Acorn & Cold with a unique performance, followed by Peterbot and Pollo, with Bugha and Avivv in third place. Clix and Epikwhale finished fourth, while Ritual and Reet took fifth place. Eighth and ninth place go to Eomzo & Rise and Cooper and Mero, the winners of the last FNCS Global Championship. Ajers and Khanada, who were expected to do better, finish in the top 13.

Other Regions

The Fortnite competitive scene was alive and well in regions across the globe, with impressive performances from top duos in each area. In Brazil, the tournament was won by Cadu and Seeyun, who finished almost 100 points ahead of the runners-up. It's worth noting that the duo who finished first on day one, Phzin & Kitoz, were banned.

In Asia, Zagou triumphed once again, this time alongside Shelom, a familiar face on the Asian scene. In Oceania, the winners are Suns and Vazen, 130 points ahead of the runners-up, Alex and Worthy.

In the Middle East, the perennial winners Kalgamer and 7man, who are always prominent in every tournament, returned to triumph, followed by the immaculate 5aald and Hero.

Overall, the level of competition on display in each region was a testament to the passion and dedication of Fortnite players around the world. With so much talent on display, it's clear that the future of the game is in good hands. Whether you're a fan of Fortnite e-sports or simply enjoy the thrill of high-stakes competition, there was plenty to enjoy in these regional tournaments.

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