Nathan "Nayte" Berquignol - Fortnite Player

Nathan Berquignol
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Total Prize Money Earned:
$389,912.23 From 11 Tournaments
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Nathan "Nayte" Berquignol is a French Fortnite player.

Earnings By Year

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Game

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results

Earnings By Team

Total ResultsOnline ResultsOffline/LAN Results
LeStream Esport$375,000.00196.18%|$0.0000.00%|$375,000.00196.18%

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2019-07-288th» Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 - Solo$375,000.00Fortnite
2.2019-08-184thTeam-based Tournament » Fortnite Champion Series - Season X - Eu - Week 1$7,040.00Fortnite
3.2019-09-229th-16thTeam-based Tournament » Fortnite Champion Series - Season X - EU - Finals$3,200.00Fortnite
4.2019-04-146th» Fortnite World Cup 2019 - Week 1 - Europe$2,000.00Fortnite
5.2019-05-1913th-16thTeam-based Tournament » Fortnite World Cup 2019 - Week 6 - Europe$900.00Fortnite
6.2019-06-0925th-48th» Fortnite World Cup 2019 - Week 9 - Europe$900.00Fortnite
7.2019-03-2421st» Blackheart cup - Europe$250.00Fortnite
8.2019-06-235th-6thTeam-based Tournament » Occitanie Esports 2019 (Fortnite)$168.86Fortnite
9.2019-04-075thTeam-based Tournament La Catalane (Fortnite)$168.33Fortnite
10.2019-01-203rdTeam-based Tournament Colmar Esport Show 2018 (Fortnite)$142.91Fortnite

Top Placements

0 Tournaments
1 Tournament
1 Tournament

Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

Nayte is presently ranked #301 in highest overall earnings, and #10 in highest earnings for players from France.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

Out of the 11 tournaments awarding cash prizes that Nayte had competed in, the largest amount was $375,000.00 from Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 - Solo on July 28, 2019. His 8th place finish makes up 96.18% of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone

Nayte obtained $100,000 in total prize money earned on July 28, 2019 with a $375,000.00 cash prize from his 8th place finish at Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 - Solo. Prize money from 9 tournaments got him to that point.


No external sources of information are cited for the player. See tournament references for sources.