Best Fortnite Duos from the first season 3 Cash Cup + promising new teams

Wondering who the best Fortnite Duos will be this season? These are some people to keep an eye on.

This weekend was the first Duos Cash Cup of Fortnite season 3, and an opportunity to see which teams are in shape ahead of FNCS in July.

As usual, there has been a lot of cutting and change, with a few tens 1 pros still looking for the perfect partner.

In Europe it was Th0masHD and trippernn who emerged victorious after round 2. They placed 3.rd last season’s FNCS and will look to keep up the pace.

Other big names in the top 10 include Kami and Setty, and JannisZ and Vadeal.

A particularly exciting newly created duo is Anas and Queasy, who finished at 6th. Their playing styles complement each other very well, plus they also became 4th in the Sommerset Cup, and even went with Th0masHD to win both the EU and the NAE Zero Build Trios Cup on Friday!

Despite a decent 10th space performance, Hen and Pinq will not stick together. Pinq was to fly to the United States to connect with Clix, but Visa problems meant a change of plans at the last minute.

Unfortunately, this failed first trial leaves both Pinq and Hen still struggling to find anyone for season 3.

But on the other side of the pond, Clix has had more luck locking in a duo. He will play with twice FNCS champion Duke. They barely missed out on qualifying for this weekend’s Cash Cup final, but there is definitely potential there.

The No. 1 spot on the NAE went to Cented and Cold, which has now won four of its last eight Cash Cup finals. In C3: S2, Cented picked up its 5th FNCS silver medal. He will definitely get his hands on the Pickaxe of Champions in the end.

After playing together since before the Fortnite World Cup, the FaZe boys split the Dubs and Megga at the end of last season. Dubs will partner with Degen going forward, and a 3rd placement in the Cash Cup has got them off to a fantastic start.

There’s another dangerous new duo sitting in 8thplace too; Peterbot and Rocaine. Personal differences came between reigning FNCS champions Peterbot and Bylah, but the former have already found a strong replacement and they look to be a good match.

With just under two weeks left until season 3 FNCS qualifiers begin, the folks who did well this weekend are in an excellent position to jump off. Those who have not yet finished a duo must spend some time getting ready for week 1.

See the entire Duos Cash Cup scoreboards here