MrSavage, 100 Thieves’ recent Fortnite signing, has won DreamHack Anaheim 2020. The 15-year-old player secures $30,000 in prize money and the fame of winning the first tournament under the 100 Thieves brand name.
MrSavage won $30,000 of the $250,000 tournament and his first under the 100 Thieves brand. DreamHack Anaheim’s Fortnite tournament was a BYOC event and did not have a live stream on Twitch.
I’m just really happy all my hard work has paid off. I’ve been playing a lot over the past year trying to really improve. I feel like it’s been really well-organized and it’s been really fun.
DreamHack Anaheim featured a unique point-scoring system. Players competed in two separate heats, semifinals, and then the Grand Finals. MrSavage had a slow start to the finals, appearing in the top ten only after Match 3. However, he maintained his form and was a constant in the top ten after Match 3. His placements in the eight matches were: 80th, 17th, 9th, 9th, 5th, 79th, 40th, and 1st. MrSavage secured the first place at DH Anaheim and won $30,000.
The final placements of DreamHack Anaheim 2020 (Top ten) were as follows:
- MrSavage ($30,000)
- Ghost Gaming Bizzle ($15,000)
- Nanolite ($13,750)
- RepulseGod ($12,500)
- Thomuss ($11,250)
- Team MCS Andilex ($10,000)
- Trainhard esports Alpha ($9250)
- Raifla ($8,500)
- Tavern ($7,750)
- Alecc ($7,000)