Harrison "Psalm" Chang, the runner-up at the 2019 Fortnite World Cup Finals in the solo division, is retiring from the game. We had the pleasure to speak with Harrison “psalm” Chang about qualifying for the Fortnite World Cup, how he began gaming, and much more. Prior to the 2019 Fortnite World Cup, few people would have known the name Psalm. Fifteen participants will then be selected to face off in the ultimate Creative competition at the Fortnite World Cup Finals for a chance to win a piece of a $3,000,000 Creative prize pool. He now has an opportunity to win a portion of the $30 million that is up for grabs at the main event. Psalm managed to qualify as a solo player in week three of the Fortnite World Cup Qualifiers. Fortnite World Cup Creative Trials will feature five events, each focused on a new Creative game. Psalm finished in second place in July’s Fortnite World Cup, coming in with a very respectable 33 points after six matches. Harrison “Psalm” Chang dropped out of UCLA in 2016 to pursue esports full-time. He now has an opportunity to win a portion of the $30 million that is up for grabs at the main event. Why Harrison "Psalm" Chang decided to use the new shooter has now been revealed by the runner-up of the Fortnite World Championship. Psalm speaks for Valorant. Harrison “Psalm” Chang recently qualified for the Fortnite World Cup. He announced Sunday on social media that he will be moving to a … GameCrate spoke to him after the Fortnite World Cup about the strategies he used to place second and win $1.8 million at the tournament, as well as how it compares to any tournaments he won as a Heroes of the Storm pro for the three years he competed there. Overview. Before the Fortnite World Cup 2019, the name "psalm" was hardly known to anyone. But then the 25-year-old American secured second place and took home the prize money of $1.8 million. CLG’s Fortnite superstar Harrison “Psalm” Chang defies those odds. The Fortnite World Cup uses two of the game modes available to the video game, Fortnite.The main World Cup event as well as the Pro-Am use Fortnite Battle Royale, a battle royale game where up to 100 players airdrop onto an island without any weapons or armor, save for a pickaxe. Psalm bagged $1.8M USD making him one of the highest-earning players in Fortnite history. He won nearly $2 million in July after coming in second place in the Fortnite World Cup competition. He then journeyed to New York City, where the 25-year-old turned in a second-place finish at the Fortnite World Cup Solo Finals. The 24-year-old gamer from Southern California qualified for the Fortnite World Cup Finals in the Week 3 Solo competition.He put on an impressive performance and earned a spot in New York City.