Fortnite Esports Roster Changes and Player Signings - April 3rd, 2019

 • Apr 03, 2019

Fortnite Esports Roster Changes and Player Signings - April 3rd, 2019

Welcome to our weekly series that covers the latest roster changes and player signings in Fortnite Esports. Gaming organizations are adjusting rosters and picking up new players every week, so we decided to start this series to keep track of all the changes. There is no shortage of top-tier talent in this community and we love to see players' hard work pay off.

The following roster changes are those that have occurred in the past week and a half, and do not include previously established rosters.

Ghost Gaming

Ghost gaming has added three more players to their massive Fortnite roster. On the NA side, controller player Webs joins the roster. On the OCE side, Trapped and Zarbyy join the roster, becoming the first Oceania players to represent Ghost. There are now more than 20 Fortnite players total on the Ghost roster.

Webs: Twitter/Twitch

Zarby: Twitter/Twitch

Trapped: Twitter/YouTube



About a day ago, Xil candidly announced that he was no longer a part of compLexity. We look forward to seeing what he does in free agency in the weeks leading up to the world cup.

xil: Twitter/Twitch


Eleven Gaming (E11)

E11 has announced the release of Emad from their Fortnite roster. The move comes after Chung, a retired free agent for Fortnite, tweeted Discord messages that showed Emad harassing him. Full details on both sides of the dispute aren't clear to the public yet, causing some controversy around the situation. See Emad's response here.

Emad: Twitter/Twitch



The Sentinels have made their first roster change in months. They welcome Bugha as the fifth Fortnite player on their roster. He joins the likes of Animal and Aspect, two of the top performing and most consistent players in Fortnite.

Bugha: Twitter/Twitch



Two top European players have joined the Fnatic family: Pr0vokd and Smeef. They hope to represent their new org well in the upcoming World Cup.

Pr0vokd: Twitter/Twitch

Smeef: Twitter/Twitch



Former teammates Madzen and Seth have both left LDLC. Madzen is seeking new representation as a free agent, while it seems Seth moves quick and signed with TrainHard Esports just days after his release.

Madzen: Twitter/Twitch

Seth: Twitter/Twitch



Raised by Kings is continuing to make moves in the Fortnite scene. They have picked up their first two European players: Ritz and Zyppaan.

Zyppaan: Twitter/Twitch

Ritz: Twitter/Twitch



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