Fortnite takes less than a fortnight to make a Fortune

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I am addicted to Fortnite. I play the supremely popular Battle Royale game daily, I even bought the PvE campaign mode and I’m having a blast with it. The game released on iOS last Friday, and is on its way to Android. Unfortunately I don’t own an iPhone anymore, and if I did my work output would definitely be suffering due to the release. Despite my woes, Fortnite on mobile is already proving to be extremely successful. The game is still currently invite only; meaning access is pretty limited, but tops the iOS charts in a whopping forty countries. Via Sensor Tower, Fortnite has made over $1.5 million in the game’s first 72 hours of release. That’s three days. $500,000 a day. For a free to play game with no loot boxes this is incredible.

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Fortnite is currently the most viewed on Twitch and according to some parents, their children’s personalities are being affected by the game. We cover the game a lot here at thelootgaming.com, including handy little battle pass guides.

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