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Watch Ninja and Hysteria face the real Soulja Boy in the NerdOut Anything Goes Fortnite tourney

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In the format set by the weekly Friday Fortnite UMG tourneys, NerdOut's Anything Goes competition will see teams of two fighting for more kills in a series of Fortnite matches. However, Anything Goes means what it says: anything goes. While the duos queue up as a squad, in Friday Fortnite they're not allowed to sabotage one another. NerdOut's spin allows for competitors to do whatever it takes to win, including destroying one another's buildings, using impulse grenades, or explosives on another, or whatever else it takes to secure more kills in the end. 

The tournament will feature the usual assortment of big streamers and competitors, but notorious Braid critic (opens in new tab)and creator of the '07 hit Crank That (opens in new tab) Soulja Boy will join the fray, and he's kicking off the show in the first bracket against Ninja (streaming here (opens in new tab)) and Hysteria (streaming here (opens in new tab)). 

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It's all going down in a few hours, and you can watch through your favorite streamer or the broader coverage over at the Anything Goes tournament website (opens in new tab). Check out the complete bracket and rules while you're there too.

James Davenport
James Davenport

James is stuck in an endless loop, playing the Dark Souls games on repeat until Elden Ring and Silksong set him free. He's a truffle pig for indie horror and weird FPS games too, seeking out games that actively hurt to play. Otherwise he's wandering Austin, identifying mushrooms and doodling grackles.