Kevin "Letshe" Fedjuschkin - Fortnite Player

Kevin Fedjuschkin
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Total Prize Money Earned:
$142,119.73 From 33 Tournaments
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Kevin "Letshe" Fedjuschkin is a German 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
G2 Esports$250.0010.18%|$250.0010.18%|$0.0000.00%
Team Atlantis$115,650.001281.38%|$51,900.001036.52%|$63,750.00244.86%

Highest Prize Money Won

1.2019-07-2832nd» Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 - Solo$50,000.00Fortnite
2.2020-05-248th» FNCS Invitational - Grand Finals: Europe$22,000.00Fortnite
3.2019-12-013rd» DreamHack Open Winter 2019 (Fortnite)$13,750.00Fortnite
4.2020-05-102nd» FNCS Invitational - Week 1: Europe$10,000.00Fortnite
5.2020-05-174th» FNCS Invitational - Week 2: Europe$10,000.00Fortnite
6.2020-11-018thTeam-based Tournament » FNCS: Chapter 2 Season 4 - Grand Finals: Europe$7,500.00Fortnite
7.2019-05-121st» Fortnite World Cup 2019 - Week 5 - Europe$5,000.00Fortnite
8.2019-09-086thTeam-based Tournament » FNCS - Season X - EU - Week 4$2,560.00Fortnite
9.2019-12-204thTeam-based Tournament » Winter Royale 2019 EU Day 1 PC$2,500.00Fortnite
10.2020-10-274thTeam-based Tournament » Champion Trio Cash Cup C2S4 - week 4 - EU$2,000.00Fortnite

Top Placements

2 Tournaments
2 Tournaments
1 Tournament

Other Statistics

Overall Ranking

Letshe is currently ranked #1486 in highest overall earnings, and #35 in highest earnings for players from Germany.

Largest Prize from a Single Tournament

The largest cash prize that Letshe has been awarded from a single tournament was $50,000.00 from Fortnite World Cup Finals 2019 - Solo on July 28, 2019. His 32nd place finish makes up 35.18% of his total prize money won.

$100,000 Milestone

Letshe obtained $100,000 in total prize money earned on May 17, 2020 with a $10,000.00 cash prize from his 4th place finish at FNCS Invitational - Week 2: Europe. Prize money from 19 tournaments got him to that point.


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