[click_to_tweet tweet=”Elo Entertainment has just launched Fortbuff, a website which mainly lets Fortnite: Battle Royale players track their in-game statistics, and also gives access to advice, and shows trends about the game.” quote=”Elo Entertainment has just launched Fortbuff, a website which mainly lets Fortnite: Battle Royale players track their in-game statistics, and also gives access to advice, and shows trends about the game.”]

Players who link their Fortnite accounts to Fortbuff are able to view their Kill-Death Ratio, matches played, scores per match, and overall kills. Watching pro and amateur streamers alike with their leaderboard statistics is also another feature Fortbuff has introduced to their website. Signing in with Discord is also an option and players are able to view their statistics and a profile link is located in the top navigation bar for easy access.

Another nice feature Fortbuff has is a grading system for your personal matches. For Solo, Duos, and Squad games, you will be given a three tier system that determines where you rank. Though not placing in a game will result to the player not being ranked.

Victory Royale – Top 1 (Solo, Duos and Squad)
Silver – Top 10 (Solo) Top 5 (Duos) Top 3 (Squad)
Bronze – Top 25 (Solo) Top 12 (Duos) Top 6 (Squad)

Player data isn’t the only thing available however. Accounts may also keep track of Fortnite’s Item Shop. Which lets players see what’s for sale even without turning on the game itself. These items range from the game’s cosmetics to the outfits used in the game.

 

 

 

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