It seems that the mobile version of Fortnite is a success since it only took 3 days for players to spend, together, more than $1 million of in-app purchases within the application.
The information comes from Sensor Tower, the company responsible for monitoring mobile applications. According to their data, the game has raised more than $1.5 million worldwide until now, something really impressive if we take into account that the mobile version of Fortnite is only available on iOS devices.
However, the game of Epic Games cannot dethrone the king of mobile games. Sensor Tower reports that the cosmetic sales of Fortnite are only a third of the revenue that Pokémon GO got in its first 4 days on iOS. At that time, Niantic Labs raised the incredible $4.9 million.
At the moment, the game is the most downloaded game in 47 countries. In addition, it entered the top 10 of main applications in 58 countries. Undoubtedly, the fever for the title will increase when it is available on Android sometime this year.
Fortnite’s biggest streamer, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, recently revealed that he earns about half a million dollars a month at Twitch, having even made a rap with rapper Drake last week.