Epic Games, the video game development company behind Fortnite, has published its figures behind the Epic Games Store for 2019, which reportedly saw 108 million PC customers spend US $680 million.
Just as the Fortnite Champion Series: Chapter 2 Season 1 ended, Epic Games has announced a brand-new tournament called Fortnite Winter Royale Duos 2019.
Epic Games recently announced the return of the widely popular Fortnite Winter Royale tournament, which is set to take centre stage in December 2019 with up to US $15 million in the prize pool.
Fortnite is no stranger to leaks about possible changes and we got served with yet another set of leaks this Wednesday, courtesy of two respected data miners who unveiled we could be in for a major in-game event as well as a return of two iconic weapons.
Epic Games’ latest crossover was announced on Friday, November 15 as the company unveiled Fortnite’s joint-venture with the creators of Star Wars in the build-up to the release of Jedi: Fallen Order.
Natus Vincere announced earlier this week they will be releasing Levi “LnueF” Edelijn and Quinten “Quinten” van der Zijpp from their team as a result of the organization’s decision to disband their Fortnite esports team.
Fortnite Battle Royale has edged past Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to become the world’s second-richest esports game, having paid out an astonishing US $82,909,282 in prize money in less than two years.
Epic Games has released the schedule and format for the upcoming Fortnite Champions Series Finals, which will run from Friday, September 20 to Sunday, September 22.
Fortnite Battle Royale players could soon be welcoming back some of their favourite locations, with Greasy Grove one of several spots set for a return in Season X.
While not a lot was revealed at first, the developers have since unveiled more details about the tournament, including rules, format, qualification process, and the size of the prize pool for the Fortnite Champion Series.