Fortnite Mobile Reportedly Makes Over $2 Million Per Day

Fortnite Mobile Makes Over $2 Million Per Day

It’s no secret that Fortnite’s success on Mobile platforms has been nothing short of a phenom.  The most popular game in the world gained an immediate following when it became playable on iOS platforms, rocketing immediately to the top spot of iTunes app charts when it was only in beta.  Now, it has been reported that Fortnite Mobile now make over $2 million a day since Season 5 debuted two weeks ago, according to a report from Sensor Tower:

Between its launch on March 15 and the end of its Season 4 on July 11, mobile players spent approximately $1.2 million per day in the iOS version of Fortnite, according to Sensor Tower Store Intelligence estimates. Now our data shows that, in the first 10 days of the game’s Season 5, this figure has risen to an average of $2 million per day, 12 percent higher than the preceding 10 days, and 19 percent higher than the $1.7 million players spent per day on average in the first 10 days of Season 4.”

You might be wondering how much that is total since the Fortnite Mobile debut on iOS back in March of this year. The report says that to this date, over $150 million has been spent on the mobile version of Fornite alone.  Spending surpassed the $100 million mark a month ago, so it’s fair to say the game is only getting more popular on mobile by the day.  And this is all before the Android release, due out sometime this summer.  This spending record could very well be doubled before year’s end given the increased accessibility on these devices and the constant marketing campaigns Epic puts into promoting the hell out of Fortnite.

The most popular game in the world could one day be the most popular game of the past 20 years.  Think about how crazy that sounds, but it’s happening.  As long as Epic keeps a steady stream of updates and new content, there’s nowhere to go but up.

What’s your opinion on Fortnite’s runaway success?  Do you play the game on PC, Console, or Mobile? Be sure to follow us on Twitter for all Fortnite-related news and check out these other stories from Don’t Feed The Gamers:

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