Guild Esports Welcomes Fortnite Pro Rezon ay Ahead of $5 Million FNCS Grand Royale

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Guild Esports Welcomes Fortnite Pro Rezon ay Ahead of $5 Million FNCS Grand Royale

Top European Fortnite player Rezon ay joins Guild Esports.

Guild Esports announced today the signing of talented German Fortnite player Lennard “Rezon ay” Sill. After multiple years of free agency, the nine-time Fortnite Champion Series (FNCS) finalist has finally found an esports organization to represent. As an unsigned player, Rezon collected several tournament victories. And the scene recognizes him as a top player in the European region. Rezon will look to represent Guild well in future events, including offline events sometime down the line.

Rezon Joins Guild Esports

The organization announced its latest signing on Twitter, accompanying a brief video featuring fellow Guild member Henrik “Hen” Mclean. The footage showcased what Rezon is capable of in Fortnite—impressive mechanics and confidence. What's more, the young player has quite the track record dating back to 2019. He possesses four Solo Cash Cup victories and the following finishes in his FNCS Final appearances; 16th, fifth, sixth, fifth, third, seventh, 14th and tenth.

This moment is significant for Guild Esports, who signed many of Fortnite's top European players but went quiet following the addition of Rezon's trio teammates Jannis “JannisZ” Matwin in March. Rezon is a Guild member ahead of this weekend's $5M USD FNCS Grand Royale Finals, where Europe's winning trio will collect $600K USD.

Guild remains one of the top brands in Fortnite, considering their roster that includes Hen, JannisZ and Anas “Anas” El-Abd—all of whom have found success in competitive Fortnite. Rezon is the latest shoe to drop as the player and his new organization look to secure another Fortnite Champion Series victory.

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Matt is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University. He appreciates all esports titles but primarily focuses on Fortnite and Call of Duty. Matt continuously analyzes gameplay and plays the games himself to better understand in-game decisions by the best players in the world.