The Montgomery County teenager who won this year's Fortnite World Cup is finding out there are some strings attached to his winnings.
Sixteen-year-old Kyle Giersdorf, from Pottsgrove, won $3 million at last weekend's video game tournament.
But about $600,000 from his winnings will go to the e-sports team that he signed a contract with in March.
That's according to the Wall Street Journal.
It reports such contracts are common in e-sports when gamers are scouted from the internet and signed to deals.
Teen won't get entire amount of Fortnite World Cup winnings