16 year old wins $3 million at Fortnite World Cup, Parents across the globe kick themselves

Who ever said playing video games will never amount to anything, oh that’s right parents everywhere.

If you’re over the age of 16 show this article to your parents and remind them of the changing times!

Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf celebrates his win as the first solo World Champion at theFortnite World Cup Finals esports event at Arthur Ashe Stadium, July 28, 2019. Posted 6 days ago.

Source: CNBC.com Article
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The kid who won the ultimate Fortnite battle

Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf celebrates his win as the first solo World Champion at the Fortnite World Cup Finals esports event at Arthur Ashe Stadium, July 28, 2019.
Dennis Schneidler | USA TODAY Sports | Reuters

Last year, the online video game generated $2.4 billion in revenue, according to SuperData, which made it the top grossing free-to-play game in 2018 due to in game purchases rather than charging a download fee.

Second-place finisher Harrison “Psalm” Chang, a 24-year-old former Heroes of the Storm player, netted $1.8 million.

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Argentine 13-year-old Thiago “King” Lapp won $900,000 to finish fifth in the field of 100 players who had qualified for the solo category.

Wowza a kid only 13 years old winning $900,000 from playing a video game, it’s every teens dream come true!

This ones for all the parents who said video games were lame

Share this post and spread the awareness to those lame parents who’re strict on gaming (Yes, I was one of them kids).

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