"Fortnite" Has Earned Over $1 Billion

"Fortnite" Has Earned Over $1 Billion

The competitive scene for Epic Games' successful battle royale title of Fortnite is now in full swing with multiple individuals and organizations organizing and hosting tournaments worth tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

For some perspective, this means that Fortnite has now made more money than several of last year's highest worldwide-grossing blockbuster films, including "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle", Marvel Studios' "Spider-Man: Homecoming", and "Wonder Woman;" and more than double the gross worldwide earnings of the latest Star Wars flick, "Solo".

In just a few days (24th July, to be exact), global phenomenon Fortnite is celebrating its first birthday.

Also of note, SuperData announced that the Battle Royale genre is the most popular video game genre in the world right now (of no surprise to anyone) with an estimated 700 million hours of related content watched online, only expected to grow throughout 2019.

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However, the limited time mode closed shortly after launch, presumabely because of errors with the matchmaking system Fortnite uses.

But if you don't want to play the game enough to unlock these perks, you can also purchase more V-bucks with real bucks, at a rate of 1,000 V-bucks for $9.99.

Starting on July 24, new in-game challenges will be available. From there, Epic says that "the solution was to give the cluster the ability to bulk rebalance sessions from other nodes to ensure repeated lookups were not necessary".

Fortnite is the number one streamed game in the world by far, which has led Epic Games to start their own eSports league.

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