Big Boob Mexican Gamer Wows At Fortnite World Cup In US

Story By: Ana LacasaSub-EditorJoseph Golder, Agency: Central European News

This stunning Mexican gamer with huge breasts stole the show at the Fortnite World Cup gaming event in New York despite missing out on the 25-million-GBP prize pool.

Gorgeous Mexican ‘DanyanCat’, who boasts 800,000 YouTube subscribers, 755,000 Instagram followers and 343,000 on Twitter, took part in the Fortnite World Cup at the Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing in the Queens borough of New York, in the USA.

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Picture Credit: CEN/@danyancatsq & CEN/@DanyanCatSQ

The event is an annual e-sports competition based on the video game Fortnite. A prize pool of 30 million USD (24.7 million GBP) was available across the various competitions.

The 23-year-old was the only Latin American gamer taking part in the contest and despite finishing seventh, local media report that a photo of the stunning brunette sitting in the Arthur Ashe Stadium stole the show.

Other images show the busty gamer playing video games or at the beach, with her army of fans complimenting her on her looks.

Netizen ‘Renrize’ said: “You are so beautiful!”

‘Alexcorrrea’ commented: “Do you want to be my gaming partner?”

‘AxelGalvaan’ commented: “You are so incredibly cute!”

In one picture, DanyanCat can be seen wearing pink headphones, with ‘sshamor’ commenting: “Wow what big and beautiful headphones.”

‘erickromero601’ said: “What a tasty body, my love.”

And ‘arenas7407’ said: “Uff, I want to eat them.”

According to reports, the solo event finals were held on 28th July and the event was eventually won by 16-year-old whizz-kid Kyle Giersdorf, known as ‘Bugha’ online, who took home the whopping 3-million-USD (2.5-million-GBP) grand prize.

Fortnite was developed by Epic Games and released in 2017, and it is probably most famous for its Battle Royale mode, pitting players against each other until there is only one left.

The billion-dollar game has won numerous awards and has been praised for its mechanics, despite drawing some criticism for what many have deemed to be its addictive nature.

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Ana Lacasa

I am a senior writer and journalist and editor of the Spanish desk for the Central European News agency.