Kyle ‘Bugha’ Giersdorf
Kyle Giersdorf commonly known as “Bugha” is an American professional Fortnite player and streamer. He was born on December 30, 2002. and just at the age of 16, he became the first-ever Fortnite champion and won the whooping prize of $3 Million. He is currently signed with sentinels and also streams on twitch regularly.
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Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf was born on December 30, 2002 in Pennsylvania.
Giersdorf’s grandfather used to call him Bugha when he was younger, that’s why he chose Bugha as his ign.
Bugha grew up playing video games with his father and he was the one who introduced him to Fortnite when he told him the “save the world” game mode.
Like any other father at first, Bugha’s father had doubts about his son’s video games passion and never thought that his son would be able to make his career in esports but after watching his son scrimmage with his friends online he realized how good his son actually was.
At first, Bugha started playing under Team No Clout, but on March 25, 2019 he signed with esports organization sentinels as a member of their Fortnite team. he qualified and attended the first-ever Fortnite world cup that took place on July 26-28, 2019. He competed for solos that took place on 28th, Giersdorf’s had to play 6 matches against the 99 contenders who were also qualified, and in the end, one with the most points will be crowned champion. And in the end, Bugha had 59 points which were almost as double as the contender psalm who had 33 points. And kyle was crowned first-ever Fortnite champion and took home prize money of $3 Million.
In July 2021, Epic Games gave Giersdorf in-game skin of his likeness as part of the Fortnite icon series.
As of July 2021, Bugha has more than 4 million followers on both youtube and twitch, and has more than 1.2 million followers on the social media platform Twitter.
Awards and Nominations
In the year 2019, he won the first-ever Fortnite world cup and also won The Game Awards for Best Esports Athlete.
He was also nominated for Best in Gaming by Shorty Awards in 2020.
Best Fortnite Tournament Placements So Far
- 1st place Fortnite World Cup 2019
- 2nd Place DreamHack Online Open Finals September 2020
- 3rd Place FNCS Trios Grand Finals Chapter 2, Season 4
- 4th Place DreamHack Online Open Finals August 2020
- 4th Place FNCS Solos Grand Finals Chapter 2, Season 3
- 5th Place FNCS Trios Grand Finals Chapter 2, Season 5
- 5th Place FNCS Duos Grand Finals Chapter 2, Season 2
- 1st Place Daily Trios Cup July 29th, 2020
- 1st Place Duos Cash Cup May 28th, 2020
- 1st Place Solo Cash Cup November 20th, 2019
- 1st Place Solo Cash Cup October 3rd, 2019
- 1st Place Trio Cash Cup July 21st, 2019
- 1st Place Solo World Cup Qualifiers Week 1
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