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Published: 11/Sep/2018 16:21 Updated: 11/Sep/2018 16:29by Matt Porter
A French Fortnite Champion has used a Reddit AMA to reveal what he thinks are the best tips to improve in Fortnite.
Thomas ‘Sops’ Bichon, who recently won a Fortnite competition hosted by ESWC, held an ‘Ask Me Anything’ session on the Fortnite Competitive subreddit, when he was asked what the best ways to improve at the game were.
While Sops’ answer was mainly to practice, he did offer some insightful tips as to what he does to get better.
Sops confirmed that he spends a lot of time watching North American Fortnite pro players, and then emulating their play in Playground, as he believes they have the best mechanics in terms of building and editing. He also spends 30 minutes in Playground every day before he starts to play, just practising his building and editing skills.
To improve his decision making, Sops states he will “ go solo, launch a stream, and think loudly, then explain my error when i die, it help[s] a lot.” Sops will also play squad matches as a solo player, as a way of learning to quickly build to avoid damage when surrounded by enemies.
Sops and his squad TrainHard Esports won the Omen Trophy at ESWC Metz in early September, securing $2,900 as prize money in the process. TrainHard bested some recognisable organizations such as Supremacy and Winstrike Team on their way to victory.
With Sops’ advice fresh in your mind, it’s time to hop on board the Battle Bus and go for that Victory Royale!