All Fortnite Creator Icon Skins
The Fortnite Icon Series of skins is a set inspired by and resembling the likeness of real people. Legends such as LeBron James, Travis Scott, and Marshmello are some of the highlights of this unique skin collection in Fortnite.
Within the Fortnite Icon series, is a subseries of skins, the Creator Icon series. These skins are modelled after some of the creators that have played a key role in Fortnite’s growth and history. Thousands of famed creators have played Fortnite through the years, but only a select few have an in-game skin to show for it.
These are the Fortnite Creator Icons.
Fortnite Icon Series Creator: Tyler “Ninja” Blevins
Appropriately, Ninja was the very first Creator Icon skin. Ninja deserved this moment more than anyone, as he served as the face of Fortnite throughout its early years. Ninja and Fortnite go hand-in-hand, and we’re sure he was Epic Games’ obvious choice for the first Creator Icon skin.
Along with the skin, Ninja’s Creator Icon bundle includes dual katanas as a pickaxe, sheathed katanas as a back bling, and Ninja’s signature Pon Pon dance as an emote. Additionally, the Ninja skin comes with multiple style options.
Fortnite Icon Series Creator: Kathleen “Loserfruit” Belsten
After Ninja, Australian streamer Loserfruit was the next Fortnite creator to get an Icon skin. To this day, Loserfruit is the only female Fornite content creator with a signature skin.
Loserfruit’s Icon skin is based on an outfit she wore to the Australian Open Summer Smash 2020 Fortnite tournament. Obviously, Loserfruit knew she was getting an in-game skin in her likeness before anyone else. Unbeknownst to all in attendance, Loserfruit secretly dressed up as her Fortnite skin and attended the Australian Open event to tease the future collaboration.
Loserfruit’s skin is accompanied by a selection of fruit-themed cosmetics that includes the Buddy Bag back bling, Fruit Punchers pickaxe, and Bounce Berry emote.
Fortnite Icon Series Creator: Lannan “LazarBeam” Eacott
After committing years to the Fortnite grind and becoming one of the game's most popular content creators, Australian native LazarBeam joined a select group of players to receive their own in-game Fortnite skin.
The outfit worn by LazarBeam’s skin resembles that of a construction worker, an ode to LazarBeam’s content career beginnings. Before he moved on to video games, LazarBeam used to create slow-motion demolition videos while working in his family's construction business.
The complete LazarBeam bundle comes with the Ol’ Mate Sledgy pickaxe, Lunch Break emote, and the Baby Gingy back bling.
Fortnite Icon Series Creator: David “The Grefg” Cánovas
Fortnite is a worldwide sensation, so it's important that the game provides representation for non-English speakers. Epic Games solidified this notion when they turned Spanish Fortnite streamer, The Grefg, into an in-game skin. The Grefg is the first and only Creator Icon skin based on a non-English speaker.
Ninja may be the face of Fortnite, but it’s The Grefg who lays claim to the record of not only most concurrent viewers on a Fortnite stream, but most concurrent viewers on an individual Twitch stream in general. While revealing his Fortnite skin to the world, The Grefg pulled in an insane 2.4M peak concurrent viewers. This absolutely smashed the previous record of 616K concurrent viewers held by Ninja.
The Grefg’s Fortnite skin is accented in yellow and red, a tribute to his Spanish nationality and his love for the Dragon Ball series. The Grefg skin comes with a variety of style options and a cosmetic bundle that includes the Balls of Power back bling, Staff off Control pickaxe, and Controller Crew emote. The controller-themed cosmetics pay homage to The Grefg’s preferred input device.
Fortnite Icon Series Creator: Lachlan “Lachlan” Power
With Lachlan’s addition to the Creator Icon Series, a whopping half of the current Creator Icons are Australian. Lachlan is one of the few content creators out there whose online alias matches their real name. Lachlan is known for his Fortnite challenges, fashion shows, and hide and seek games.
Lachlan’s skin has him decked out in PWR clothing, Lachlan’s personal apparel brand. His outfit is white and black in colour with small hints of yellow. The Lachlan bundle includes the PWR Pack back bling, PWR Slashers pickaxe, and the PWR Punch emote.
Fortnite Icon Series Creator: Kyle “Bugha” Giersdorf
Last but not least, the latest Creator Icon to receive an in-game skin is none other than Bugha. Bugha rose to Fortnite stardom when he took first place in the 2019 Fortnite World Cup. The 18-year-old American pro was awarded $3M for his efforts and is now immortalized in Fortnite history with his very own in-game skin.
Bugha’s skin comes with a couple of selectable styles, including a World Champion variant showcasing Bugha in the outfit he wore following his Fortnite World Cup victory. Bugha’s back bling is the Fortnite World Cup trophy with his dog, Zoe the pug, inside the cup. Bugha’s bundle also comes with the Bugha Blades pickaxe and the Bring it Around emote.
Forgotten Creators Or Icons To Come?
As of now, these six creators are the only individuals to receive a Creator Icon skin. It must have been extremely difficult for Epic Games to narrow down and choose which select creators to turn into in-game skins. After all, Fortnite is loaded with amazing personalities and talent that have had a major impact on the game.
There are definitely some additional creators out there deserving of membership in this exclusive group. Streamers and creators such as Tfue, DrLupo, TimTheTatMan, Courage, and numerous others are more than worthy of joining the Creator Icon series.
Thankfully, it doesn’t look like Fortnite is going away anytime soon. There’s still plenty of time for new Creator Icons to enter the game. The only question is, who’s next?