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By | April 7, 2022

Bugha won three million dollars by dominating the 2019 Fortnite World Cup, but with a margin of victory nearly double that of second place, the question remains: Was he that much better or not? Was This Easier Than We Thought At The Time? Coming Into The World Cup Solos, A Lot Of The Predictions Revolved Around The More Veteran Players Of The Game Tfue, Bizzle, Mrsavage, Vivid, Players Who Had Already Been To Lan, And Despite There Being A Lot Of Hype Online When It Came To Predictions, Players Like Bugha Clix, Dubs, And Megga, The Younger Players Who Were Newer To The At the time, there was a lot of debate about zero ping. At the time, zero ping players could almost always replace any wall from a player with a higher ping than them. However, contrary to what my YouTube comments suggest, this does not automatically transform you into a fantastic player. However, there were concerns going into the World Cup that many of the Zero Ping players wouldn’t perform well. Because everyone was on the same ping in a LAN environment As a result, they can’t rely on getting the wall right the first time. Obviously, this applied to Bugha as well. However, keep in mind that this was almost three years ago, and the game’s mechanics have progressed significantly since then. Clix and Bugha were easily the two most powerful mechanical players at the time, but neither of them placed cones in their opponents’ boxes when wall-replacing. Piece Control Hadn’t Even Been a Thing Before Yet, it was adopted by average players, and its application was revolutionary. What amazes me is that he always takes that extra wall to the side or behind his opponent, that extra floor piece, that extra stair, or that extra roof in every single engagement. It’s safe to say that the average competitive player’s mechanics were better than the best of the best in 2022 than they were in 2019. I asked my Twitter followers if they wanted to go back in time with me. Would They Be Able To Qualify For The World Cup With Their Current Mechanics And Skill There Is A Pretty Resounding Yes, That I Agree With However, a number of players stated that they would win the World Cup. Now, at the end of this, I’m going to analyze that. Stick around for the video, but I believe a lot of people are forgetting how good Bugha’s performance was. He could have won any of the major solo tournaments based on his match history and the points he earned in the World Cup Solo Finals. Since 2019, in any region, with the exception of one, which was Volx winning the Oce Solo Fncs, There’s a Reason Bugha’s Social Media Surgeed After Winning the World Cup It was, indeed.

Obviously the biggest Fortnite event of all time at the time, but also the manner in which he won it was clearly deserving of fame. Nonetheless, With the rise of social media came a slew of gameplay criticisms. Obviously, after I win, you’re going to have those people who appear out of nowhere and start hating on you.

Oh, he didn’t deserve it, he just happened to be in the right place at the right time. I believe there was a significant amount of luck involved, but only after Bugha had already won. His Drop Spot: Lucky Landing was the first place where he struck gold. Was his loot really lucky? No, when we look at the loot he had after he disengaged from here in every single game. It was a disaster. In Game One, he had a Grey Drum, a Shotgun, and only 36 builds, while in Game Two, he didn’t have any shields at all. The only time he received a launch pad from Spawn was in Game 5, when he received two. Now, if we use Game One’s analysis, where he had this terrible loot leaving the drop spot, how did he manage to get away with it?

He was able to recover this, and how was he always able to get himself into better positions? Well, in this first game, the heavy was able to get himself into a better position. Sniper was the epitome of professionalism. He wasn’t able to recoup any of the loot from the first Heavy Sniper Elimination he received. The Majority Of This Got Yoinked In The Second One On To Ceice, and After Running On Fumes For A Long Time In The Fifth Zone Eventually, he just takes a Heavy Sniper into Blastr’s Box and wins the fight from there. This Refresh, along with some other materials from his surroundings, nearly completely caps him. So, what’s next? What Is Most Interesting Is That He Played The End Game He was so far ahead of the game when it came to mobility. He’d wait until The Zone caught up before using his Shockwave, Launch Pad, and other abilities. Or, similar to how players stagger now, almost three years later, Rift to the front, start shooting at people looking for eliminations, and repeat. At the time, only a few players were doing so well. And I’m fairly certain we all recall how this game ended. It Might Be, Time Will Tell Bugha Smiling He Has The Kreo Health Advantage So It Doesn’t Really Matter And Then Game Through The Game We Were Looking At He Did Get Good Rng However This Was Actually His Second Worst Game Only Getting Seven Points You Can See That Game Number Six The, Final Game Was Definitely The Game Where The Rng Was Strong He Pulled Center Of Third Zone He Pulled The Fourth And Then Pulled The Fifth Zone As Well So You Could Easily Argue That Two Of The Three Games Which Would Be Game Number Three In Game Number Three In Game Number Three Bugha Has A Total Of 40 Points, Which Is Seven More Than Second Place, So Even Without The Two Good Rng Games, Bugha Would Still Win The Solo World Cup The People Out There Who Were Paying Attention When I Talked About The Loot Earlier Will Realize That Game Number Six He Did Get Some Good Rng Because He Actually Switched, Up His Drop Spot Lucky Landing Was Getting Over contested So He Actually Dipped Out To The Gas Station To Ensure The Win Here He Got Some Great Loot But On Top Of That He Found A Llama And This Was The Game Where He Pulled A Bunch Of Zones So He Had Some Crazy Good, Rng In Game Number Six But As I Already Mentioned He Would Have Won Even Without This Game So This Good Rng His incredible performance was unaffected by the fact that his average number of eliminations was three. 83 And When Compared To Every Other Eu Top 10, Because This Is Higher Than Anyone In Any Of The Eu Fcs Solo Finals, With The Next Being Test And The Solo Fncs Winning Performance Being 3 67 And, looking at the average placement of the six games, we see that Bugha’s is 18th. Currently, there are 83 people in the country. Now, average placement isn’t always the best way to determine who had the best placements in the game because one 90th place can really throw your numbers off, which it did because Bugha was 190th.

Another metric is to look at things like the top.

Tens, and if we look at the top tens, we can see that Bugha had five of the six games in the top ten, only being beaten out by Jannisz’s Solo Invitational performance, where he had eight in the top ten, but the Solo Invitational is a different story. This Is A Little Bit Unfair Because The Invitational Had 12 Games Rather Than 6, So You Could Say Bugha Was Lucky On The Day He Just Played Well That One Day, But With Bugha's Track Record So Far Winning the Last Three Fncs In A Row It's Clear This Was No Fluke Now Coming Back To the time travel question, do you think you or any of the pros, or even some of the players, would be able to time travel back to the World Cup with their current skill, mechanics, and understanding? I honestly don't believe that the majority of players would be able to win this lobby. I believe that there are a lot of top bros out there who could, but the average, heats level player, even the average finalist I believe would not be able to win this lobby. The stress of playing on Lan and any 30 million dollar tournament is no joke and cannot be underestimated as much, and Bugha on the day was just there If You Guys Enjoyed This Video And Learned A Lot