Fortnite's Hype Nite event is accessible to all players on Sundays from 5pm-8pm EST.Fortnite’s Hype Nite event is accessible to all players on Sundays from 5pm-8pm EST. | Courtesy of Epic Games

Fortnite Hype Nite July 19 results are here. This Sunday was the first night of Fortnite’s recurring solo tournament. Hype Nite runs on Sundays from 5pm-8pm through Aug. 16.

Fortnite Hype Nite is a solo tournament that pits players against top competition over a three-hour window. Players will receive points for matches played during this time (maximum of 10 matches allowed). Points are accrued from placement, eliminations, and, of course, victories. Full rules are viewable at Epic Games.

There are two forms of the tournament: Hype Nite and Hype Nite+. Hype Nite is free for all players to enter, while Hype Nite+ requires a Bus Fare of 300 Hype. Players that finish in the top percentages of Hype Nite+ will receive bigger rewards.

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Fortnite Hype Nite NA East solo tournament saw bleuZK take first place with a whopping 165 points. Second and third place were Scorch and Twitch Ornataz with 127 and 125 points, respectively. BleuZK won three of nine matches, with an average placement of 13.78. BleuZK also dominated with a total of 86 eliminations, compared to Scorch and Twitch Ornataz’s average of 55.5.

The Hype Nite+ NA East tournament had a much tighter finish at the top. A total of just three points separated the top three players. Mero xo took first with 121, tywaすfinished second with 120, and Chimp has bona came in third with 119. Mero xo only won one of nine matches but, like bleuZK, secured first with a ton of eliminations. Mero xo poured in 77 eliminations, while second and third place only combined for 99.

For full Fortnite Hype Nite Jul. 19 results, head to Fortnite Tracker.