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Jamie | 17. February 2021

Fortnite: FNCS Champion Reverse2k Joins ENDLESS

The Fortnite scene is going from strength to strength, with a host of Esports organizations looking to make their mark. The latest is ENDLESS, who this week announced the arrival of Malachi “Reverse2k” Grenier. The former Fortnite Champion Series champion becomes the latest big name to join a leading org over recent weeks.

Formally known as vsBANDITS, ENDLESS have pulled off a major coup in bringing in Grenier, which will come as especially good news following what has been a tough start to life after its launch in July last year. Many players signed have lasted just a matter of months, however they will be hoping that a player of the caliber of Reverse2k sticks around for much longer.

How the Signing of Reverse2k Was Made Official

The arrival of Reverse2k was made official via posts on both Twitter and YouTube, with existing ENDLESS member “pgod” having been part of the welcome party. The announcement video showcased some of Reverse2k’s highlights, which got many fans excited. Having formally competed under the banner of Team New Age, Reverse2k surprised many by coming out on top in last season’s Fortnite Champion Series.

The success was a shock thanks mainly to the fact that he has only been a Fortnite pro since 2018, with the American now hoping to kick on and forge a good career for himself with ENDLESS. The move could well be beneficial to both parties, with ENDLESS hoping to make an impact in the scene, despite its relative lack of experience.

How Reverse2k Made His Mark in Fornite

Reverse2k was first brought to the attention of Fortnite fans following his performances in the World Cup Qualifier, where he competed alongside close friend and leading content creator Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. Despite the duo failing to achieve big things, Grenier did make it through to the World Cup Finals in the solo format of the event.

Fans will not have to wait long to see Reverse2k competing in an ENDLESS jersey, however it remains to be seen as to whether he can rediscover his best form for his new team.