Ollie “Scolleh” Scott is a professional Fortnite player.

Having made a name for himself in the community, he remains one of the most underrated controller players on Fortnite, ironically like his duo partner Saevid, who we also covered in one of our previous guides.

Having won a number of tournaments, one being Winter Royale, and consistently placing near the top of the leaderboards, it’s no surprise that he has amassed a decent amount of following across the Fortnite community.

In today’s blog, we are dedicating our time to exploring Scolleh’s in-game settings and attempt to uncover the secrets behind the success he has achieved so far, and then, we will take a closer look at his setup, and how that has helped him get to where he is today.

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Setting Name (INPUT)Scolleh Settings Information
Controller Auto RunOn
Build Immediately (Builder Pro)On
Edit Hold Time0.200 Seconds
SensitivityScolleh Settings Information
Look Sensitivity7 (FAST)
Aim Sensitivity (ADS)7 (FAST)
Build Mode Sensitivity Multiplier2.5x
Edit Mode Sensitivity Multiplier2.5x
Use Advanced OptionsOn
Controller VibrationEnabled
Advanced – Look SensitivityScolleh Settings Information
Look Horizontal Speed50%
Look Vertical Speed50%
Turning Horizontal Boost1%
Turning Vertical Boost1%
Turning Boost Ramp Time0.01 Seconds
Instant Boost When BuildingOn
Advanced – Look SensitivityScolleh Settings Information
ADS Look Horizontal Speed11%
ADS Look Vertical Speed11%
ADS Turning Horizontal Boost0%
ADS Turning Vertical Boost0%
ADS Turning Boost Ramp Time0.01 Seconds
Advanced – SensitivityScolleh Settings Information
Look Dampening Time0.01 Seconds
Look Input CurveLinear
Aim Assist Strength100%
Copy Basic SettingsCopy From Basic
Copy Legacy SettingsCopy From Legacy
Controller DeadzoneScolleh Settings Information
Move Stick Deadzone8%
Look Stick Deadzone8%

After this overwhelming amount of controller settings, we hope that you have found what you were missing and have managed to implement it in your own game.

Some key take aways from Scolleh’s controller settings are his sensitivity, which is at 7 (FAST). This is indeed, quite fast and isn’t really used by many non-professional Fortnite players quite simply because it is difficult to play and aim. However, on the flip side, it is absolutely fundamental for a number of reasons including tunnelling, reaction time, and general building.

We can also see that Scolleh plays on Linear as opposed to Exponential. Essentially, he uses raw stick input that is relative to the thumbtack movement, whereas Exponential causes smaller stick movement to have less of an impact, which is better for more precision.

Scolleh also makes use of the build and edit sensitivity multiplier, which is set at 2.5x. All this means is that his analog sticks rotate 2.5x when he is either building or editing builds in Fortnite. This gives him the great advantage of spin building in case of sudden threat or quicker edits when tunnelling.


Yes, settings are very important and can either make or break your chances to become a top competitive player. However, beyond settings, the setup that you use to play Fortnite with is just as important. Below, we will explore what controller and headset Scolleh uses in more detail.

Scolleh is using the Logitech G Pro X Gaming Headset, which has some pretty incredible features such as the next generation 7.1 and object based surround sound for greater in game positional, distance, and object awareness during gameplay.

The controller that Scolleh uses is a standard PS4 controller (whilst playing on PC). It has no extra padding or bumpers. So, you can see that you really don’t need any super fancy controllers to be truly an amazing player.