YouTube star Jimmy ‘MrBeast’s’ wrapped up his highly anticipated Fortnite tournament earlier today, with professional Fortnite player Anas taking home a whopping $1,000,000 cash prize. The European personality is currently on the active roster of David Beckham’s co-owned esports organization Guild Esports with British professional gamer Henrick “Hen”.
Anas’ recent win at MrBeast has gone viral on Twitter. He claimed that the time he played in the game was “the longest two hours of his life”, and announced his victory saying:
“MrBeast Championship ($1,000,000) won. »
Anas shares his thoughts on winning a million dollar tournament at MrBeast
The official Guild Esports YouTube channel shared a short clip, showing a Fortnite pro sharing his experience after winning. MrBeast Competition Extreme Challenge. He revealed that he had been training and “preparing” for the special event all week, and said:
“So crazy! Yeah, I’m so heavy, like, I’ve been in pain all week, and then I don’t know. I haven’t even played. I barely played in a league this week, actually. I only played MrBeast Cup! Yeah, just crunched and crunched. »
Gaming community reacts to Anas’ $1,000,000 win in MrBeast’s Fortnite tournament
The 20-year-old’s victory celebrations have gone viral on the social media platform, with the reaction including comments from more than 3,800 members of the gaming community. Several prominent Twitter users paid tribute to the player, with MrBeast saying:
Team Liquid Fortnite player Seeyun commented:
jerk streamer And gaming analyst Boop claimed the Fortnite pro is an “absolutely undefeated gaming boss”:
Twitch star and Oni Studios founder Ali “SypherPK” expressed his views, saying:
However, not all fan reaction was positive, with Twitter user @CryptoScoob6294 saying the win was “a bit unfair”:
“The rich get richer,” another user @kuttxo commented:
Esports personality and Full Squad Gaming co-owner Jake “JakeSucky” shared Anas’ stats in the MrBeast tournament on his official hand. He said:
Some of the most relevant fan reactions to his chain reaction were along these lines:
Apart from being a professional gamer, Anas is also a popular Twitch streamer. He started his career as a live streamer on the Amazon-owned platform in 2020 and currently has 99,406 subscribers.
Dane has played and streamed two games on his channel, including a Battle Royale developed by Epic Games for over 265 hours, and Riot Games. brave for 1.4 hours.
His live show on December 18 during MrBeast’s Extreme Challenge tournament was one of his most successful shows. His channel reached a peak audience of 6,037 fans and gained 1.7k followers during the 38-minute broadcast.
Edited by Dinesh Rentley