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Team Vitality Announces Withdrawal from Fortnite Esports

Team Vitality has been a major player in this arena, and the players it has signed have enjoyed some relatively impressive victories while flying the Vitality banner.

Team Vitality Announces Withdrawal from Fortnite Esports
By Shubham Dalal | Dec 17, 2022 | 3 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

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In a heartfelt post on Twitter, Team Vitality has announced that it is withdrawing from the Fortnite competitive scene. Since 2018, Team Vitality has been a major player in this arena, and the players it has signed have enjoyed some relatively impressive victories while flying the Vitality banner. Within a span of four years, the organization’s representatives achieved approximately $357,000 in Fortnite earnings, but due to a desire to streamline, the team will now be leaving Fortnite.If you need more information about Team Vitality Announces Withdrawal from Fortnite Esports then read carefully and don’t forget to share with your friends.

Team Vitality Announces Withdrawal from Fortnite Esports :

Very little information was given with the announcement, but it was enough to definitively end this chapter in the organization’s lifecycle. Now, it is assumed that the Fortnite creator and competitor of Team Vitality will be making the move as soon as possible, taking their talents to a competitive platform.

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FAREWELL VITALITY :

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Fortnite’s Ghost Rider skin. (Image: Twitter/Fortnite)

While Team Vitality is departing the Fortnite esports scene, there are still several top-tier organizations in the space. For example, Become Legends, the team representing the winners of November’s FNCS Invitational, and Tundra Esports, an organization representing some of the best Fortnite players in the world. There’s no doubt that Team Vitality is an impressive organization, but the game goes on without being rigid.In a statement posted on Twitter, Team Vitality talked about their plans going forward:

“Our strategy to develop the best European teams has led us to focus on a small selection of top-tier ecosystems. We would like to thank all the players, staff, as well as the fans of Fortnite, for all they have done and for joining us on this journey.”

According to Team Vitality’s website, the organization currently focuses on:

  • League of Legends (both LEC and LFL)
  • FIFA
  • CSGO
  • Rocket League
  • VALORANT
  • And content creation assets marked up as ‘ambassadors’

In striving to focus on a ‘small selection’ of the ecosystem, it will be interesting to see if Team Vitality pulls off any other eSports platforms.

THE FUTURE OF FORTNITE

Recently, Fortnite premiered the Chapter 4 update, which brought a completely new map, brand new mechanics, and of course, a whole range of skins and cosmetics. It was a wild event, and it set the tone for the future of Fortnite. After more than five years in operation, Fortnite remains arguably the best battle royale game on earth. Now, it’s been upgraded in a big way, with Epic Games introducing the world to the first in rolling out the Unreal 5.1 update.

There are more features coming to the platform as time goes by. These include the ‘double jump’ mechanic and potentially even wall-running, making the already fairly fluid game even faster and more agile. As Fortnite Esports continues to grow in popularity, fans are looking forward to the next stage, and potentially, the next Fortnite World Cup.

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