Fortnite Player Sends Application to be Daequan's Teammate With Incredible Montage - Even Myth is Impressed - Dexerto

Fortnite Player Sends Application to be Daequan’s Teammate With Incredible Montage – Even Myth is Impressed

Published: 27/Jul/2018 8:35 Updated: 7/Oct/2018 10:34

by Calum Patterson


An aspiring competitive Fortnite player has responded to the invitation for TSM Daequan’s open teammate position, by putting together one of the best montage’s we’ve ever seen.

During a recent livestream, TSM player Daequan “Daequan” Loco announced that he was on the hunt for a teammate for future competitive Fortnite events, and that he could choose anyone he likes.

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So, Fortnite player ‘Keeoh’ took Daequan up on his offer, putting together a montage to demonstrate his skills and show that he ticks every box for Daequan’s criteria.

Keeoh show that he has in fact taken out Daequan’s fellow TSM members Hamlinz and Myth on occasion, and is an aggressive and skilful player no matter the pressure.


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Many of Keeoh’s clips in the montage show off his prowess with the hunting rifle particularly, where he is capable of picking out opponents head in a split second and making his shot count.

Whether or not it is a strong enough application for Daequan to give Keeoh a try out remains to be seen, but it is certainly up there with the best montage’s we’ve seen.

Here’s my attempt to get picked up by TSM_Daequan. Would be an honor to try out for TSM. Hope you all enjoy. from r/FortNiteBR

And one TSM member has in fact seen the montage, calling it ‘pretty nuts’. Ali “Myth” Kabbani is perhaps the best known TSM Fortnite player, so if he’s impressed, Keeoh must be doing something right.


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If Daequan is looking for a new teammate for upcoming Summer Skirmish tournaments, or other third party tournaments, he will need to make up his mind soon, with new events every weekend boasting massive prize pools.

And these tournaments have already proven that having a big following does not mean you’re necessarily the best, with the first two weeks of Summer Skirmish being won by relatively unknown players.

The top Fortnite streamer, Ninja, said it himself, explaining that “the only ones who get recognition are the streamers”, and that the best players are likely hidden gems.