Started gaming at 3 years old when his brother gave him his first controller to play games. Once Kevin discovered the Battle Royale genre, he fell in love with it. Until signing with Team Atlantis and winning big prize pool competitions, Kevin played every day for 6-7 hours and streamed for 4 hours each day with only two viewers for some time. One of his greatest achievements is taking 32nd place at the Fortnite World Cup but hopes to make an even greater impact in 2020. “L2L2L2L2L2”.
Started playing video games at a young age and he’s always leaned towards playing on consoles. A year ago Max started playing on a personal computer and found a game he was really good at – Fortnite. Before Fortnite he was a captain of the athletics team in his school. Also Max holds a UK record in an event called speed bounce, he was the first person to break 100 bounces in 30 seconds.VIEW INTRODUCTION VIDEO
Being one of the more mature players on the team, kejseR approaches the game with good work ethics and always tries to prove himself at every chance that he gets. Playing other FPS games like CS:GO he gathered experience and developed a good aim which helps him lead his way through Fortnite competitions.VIEW INTRODUCTION VIDEO
Markus got into gaming when he was 7 years old by watching his older brother play Counter-Strike Source and Runescape. When asked how he got where he is now, Markus gives all of the credit to his supportive family, great friends and school, which taught how to be creative, focus on a goal and achieve a strong competitive mindset. MarkusC is a perfectionist that challenges himself to become one of the best in whatever he competes in and hopes that one day he will become a Fortnite world champion. Outside of gaming, Markus used to work in the model industry.VIEW INTRODUCTION VIDEO