Fabien “Neo” Devide had warned us at the beginning of the year 2020: Vitality was going to considerably expand its Fortnite team, and catch up with the world’s most famous battle royale. After the recruitments of Nikof and Airwaks in February, the organisation has recruited Klaus “Stompy” Konstanzer — a young Austrian prodigy.

His track record is already more than impressive being the winner of the FNCS in Trios, and ranked 14 at the 2019 World Cup in Solo. Stompy has been performing very well alongside his teammate, Aqua, finishing in the 4th rank of the last FNCS and scoring points in only three out of six games. 

With the signing of this contract, Vitality gives his roster an “international” stature. A big first for the team, which is working hard with a desire to perform in the coming year. Neo also revealed on his live stream that the roster’s staff and management will also be reinforced in the coming days. 

Original content by Romain “Zorg” Becquelin.


The Fortnite Champion Series Invitational is the new surprise tournament organized for the end of Chapter 2 Season 2. The best players from each region will compete in Solos for a total of $2 million prize pool.


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