For PC, PS4 and Xbox.
With experience in the professional Fortnite community in both EU and NA regions, including games played regularly against Tfue, Myth, Hamlinz, Teams Liquid, OpTic, NRG, Secret, and many more, as well as thousands of games played in public matches, I can provide detailed explanations and coaching for both competitive play and public play alike!
Pricing and Special Offers
Significantly cheaper than most Fortnite coaches you'll find online (some of these people are charging $70 or $80 per hour; don't let yourself get robbed). Plus, the first hour is half price if you book a minimum of 3 hours!
Pricing will vary with your own individual skill and experience levels, but I won't accept less than £10.00 per hour ($13.54) and I won't charge more than £40.00 per hour ($53.40 USD) (but I pretty much never actually charge above £30 so don't worry).
The reason the rates vary is because I have a lot more to offer a brand new player than I have to a player who is already in the top 1% of players worldwide, as well as the fact that more experienced players will require less overall explanation from me.
Please contact me via Email, Discord or Twitter (see below for links) for an estimated rate and explanation of that rate; negotiations are perfectly acceptable and I will do everything I can to come up with a fair fee that suits both of us. My fees may not be the cheapest out there, but I can guarantee the highest quality you'll find.
(I hate to have to say this, but legally, I do have to say that all payments are non-refundable, and refusing to pay or attempting to fraudulently charge-back is a crime).
Half price hour! - To get half price on your first hour, book a minimum of three hours before your first session; you don't have to do all three hours at the same time, but they need to be properly booked before the discount can be applied.
Free hour! - For every 10 hours of coaching you do, you can get a completely free hour as a loyalty benefit.
Completely Confidential & Flexible Hours
All coaching has the option to be completely confidential, meaning the only people that will find out about the transaction are myself and the client. Handy if you don't want people to find out for whatever reason.
Additionally, I'm willing to work between the hours of 12PM and 3AM (all times are on GMT). Find a time that suits YOU!
I have a great deal of experience with teaching/coaching in the past, having taught music as well as other games, such as Call of Duty and Hearthstone in the past, allowing me to be more patient and comprehensive, as well as skilled at finding abstract methods of explaining which work well for different clients.
Friendly and approachable
Remember that the point of these sessions will be for YOU to feel comfortable, and for YOU to learn how you want to. Feel free to ask me to try different methods of teaching, to explain things again, and slow down or speed up so that we're at a pace that suits you.
If you're enjoying yourself and you're comfortable, then you're going to be getting a lot more from the experience.
I'm not going to be like a school teacher or sports coach, disciplining you if you don't do everything exactly right and being all formal and boring. Consider me more like a friend who's helping you out than a "coach" or "teacher".
Flexible Forms of Payment
Direct Bank Transfers
Twitch currency (bits) accepted
15 years of gaming experience
Warning: this section is extremely long, and it pretty much just consists of me a) giving a bit of backstory about myself and my business, and b) giving you more reasons to choose me as your coach. If you've already been convinced, by all means skip this section. If I haven't quite swayed you yet, feel free to read on, and I hope you change your mind!
My first name is Dan, and I've been playing video games for 15 years, starting from the classics on PlayStation 1 and handheld devices such as the Nintendo Game Boy Advance. I've been playing online "shooting games" since 2012, when "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" was released.
Video games has long been a passion of mine, and I understand what it's like to be new to a game when everyone else has a great deal of experience already. Thankfully, I started playing Fortnite relatively early, and, as such, have accrued a large amount of experience, which I can then pass on to other people, which I thoroughly enjoy doing. I have noticed that many Fortnite coaches simply try to tell their clients to "watch and learn" or "copy them", which isn't a particularly good way of learning something unless you have a great deal of experience already. I prefer a more comprehensive and explanatory style of teaching, to ensure that my client can go on learning even after the coaching stops by allowing them to understand the game to its fullest.
I first had the idea to coach Fortnite professionally/semi-professionally when a friend asked me to help them learn the game, which I was happy to do, as I love that sort of thing, and he said, jokingly "I should be paying you for this", after which we had a discussion regarding whether or not Fortnite coaching could be a proper thing (which, as it turns out, considering the fact that I've been doing it for weeks now, it can).
If, like me, you're into watching Fortnite streamers, but you don't feel like you'll ever be able to play like them, then I'm here to help. When I first started playing Fortnite, I watched people like Myth, Ninja, and Stormen, and I was frustrated that I was unable to do the things that they were doing. I learnt the hard way, putting hundreds of hours into grinding the game, working out every skill and tactic from past broadcasts and trying to work out what I was doing wrong. Luckily, if you've got a small amount of spare cash, I can be your shortcut, as learning from watching is generally an extremely ineffective way to learn things playing Fortnite, as it is a surprisingly complex game with a number of different aspects, and you'll find that streamers, it being their purpose to entertain, don't always try to employ the best game winning techniques, favouring fun over wins, which of course I greatly respect, but it means that it can be disheartening to keep watching these masters of the craft "slaying noobs" and not work out how to improve. That's where I come in. Research has shown that having a more complete understanding of something can help a person learn a skill more than 3x faster than learning it by imitation, giving you a huge head start, and putting you amongst the top percentage of players in just a week or two.