Daequan Fortnite Settings

Daequan Gears

MouseLogitech g600
Keyboard: Logitech G213 Prodigy Gaming Keyboard
Headset: Logitech GPRO
Webcam: Logitech C922

PC Setup

CPU: INTEL Core i7-7700K
GPU: 1080TI
RAM: 16Gigs Ram DDR4

Daequan Fortnite Settings

Mouse DPI: 400
Mouse sensitivity in-game: 0.07
Keybinds:  5 is crouch (mouse). Q Wall, 8 Floor (mouse), F Stairs
Resolution: 1920×1080
Graphic settings: See below

Daequan Fortnite gameplay

The gaming industry has become hugely more popular from an entertainment point of view thanks to eGamers. Now with personalities to go along with the gaming itself, people like Daequan Loco are part of the reason why eSports has exploded from being a past-time to an industry that could rival any form of entertainment in the long-term.

He recently joined up with the Team SoloMid group, working alongside them since February 2018. Alongside Myth, Hamlinz and CaMiLLs, there’s a hell of a lot of talent in that setup. With Daequan now part of it, they’ll definitely be a team to watch.

With over 1.5m followers on Twitch and over 2m followers on YouTube, this quirky Floridian more than set the tone for an exciting and invigorating career within the industry with his unique blend of style, talent and persistence. Easy to watch and to enjoy, he’s got the kind of flare in-game on the stream that makes him someone you could watch all day.

Indeed, at one stage he even held a Fortnite world record – getting an incredible 39 kills in a duo match. While Teeqzy eventually broke it, Daequan more than made his mark on the game in a short space of time.

At the moment, he’s probably among the most watchable streamers out there. He’s got a very impressive style, and knows how to keep his streams interactive and fun. Of course, on top of that he also has a fair amount of talent in those hands of his: he’s one of the most exciting Fortntie players to watch for sure.

If you are looking to find a streamer to watch who makes Fortnite fun with his witty banter and his inventive style, be sure to look closer at Daequan: he’s definitely an inspiration for many people in the circuit – and with good reason.