Australian Survivor 2021 – Fantasy League Week 1

In a Reality Review first, the Australian Survivor Fantasy League sees its first weekly update, where some all important points are up for grabs.

After a week of registration opening up to Australian Survivor fans and Reality Review readers, 103 people decided to sign up with their drafted team of four players, in with a chance to win some Survivor themed prize packs!

The points have been tallied, the results are updated, read on below to see where you fell amongst the rest.


Looking at the Fantasy League’s point distribution, here’s how the points laid out –

Episode 1:
All Brawn tribe members picked up 3 points for winning both the Reward and Immunity Challenges.
George picked up 3 points for finding an advantage, and subsequently played it on himself.
Baden, Cara, Georgia, Rachel and Wai picked up 2 points for having an advantage played for them (even if they didn’t want it to).
Andrew, Hayley, Joey, Laura and Mitch picked up only 1 point for correctly voting out Phil.
And sadly, Phil received 0 points after being voted out with no challenge wins, idol uses, or correct votes.

Episode 2:
All Brains tribe members received 2 points for winning the Immunity Challenge.
All Brawn tribe members received 1 point for winning the Reward Challenge.
Benny, Daini, Flick, Gavin, Gerald, Kez and Shannon picked up 1 additional point (2 total) for correctly voting out Janelle.

Episode 3:
All Brains tribe members received 2 points for winning the Immunity Challenge.
All Brawn tribe members received 1 point for winning the Reward Challenge.
Kez picked up 4 extra points, for finding an idol (1 point), playing the idol on herself (2 points), and correctly voting out Gavin (1 point) – that’s 5 points total for Kez in Episode 3.
Benny, Daini, Flick, Gerald and Shannon all received 1 additional point (2 total) for correctly voting out Gavin.

Here’s how the points were broken down between the 24 Australian Survivor players.

Kez leads with the most points, grabbing 10 in Week 1. The rest follow between 7-5 points, following with Janelle who only received 4, and Phil who walked away from the game with 0.


And now to what you’ve all been waiting for, here are the standings for all 103 Fantasy League entrants.

Standings may be difficult to read on a mobile phone, so please use the Zoom function or switch to a Tablet or Desktop for better viewing.

In equal first place we have Angela Pelc and Fred Weber, who both picked up 28 points. They both share Kez on their drafted team, who no doubt aided in their lead. Only six people selected Kez, and five of those round out the top five as the Fantasy League currently stands.

Towards the bottom, those with Phil on their team immediately took a hit, most notably Ryan Hunter who sits in last place, with his remaining three team members all only picking up 5 points each for the week.

Look for your name and see where you stand so far in the competition. And remember, anything can happen between now and finale night, so stay tuned to see how the standings change next week.

If you’re unsure what name you registered under, send me an email at and I can confirm your details, team selection, and current standing.


Later this week, the weekly Australian Survivor Review will be posted, dissecting all of what happened in Week 1 along with choosing who finishes in the Top Five of the week.

Also, Reality Review debuted a new logo on Sunday, you can check it out across our social media pages (links at the bottom of the page) and throughout the website.

Finally, check out the awesome QuirkyTeezAndGifts store on Etsy! The Australian owned business creates some cool, unique and hilarious shirts and more – including some parody Survivor merch which will be featured in the Fantasy League Survivor themed prize packs. Pick up a quirky gift today! You can find a link direct to the store, here:

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