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Tyler "Ninja" Blevins has built a superstar career thanks to "Fortnite," and now he'll be a part of the game.
‘Fortnite’ made $1.8 billion in 2019, analysts say — that’s down 28% from 2018, but it’s still the biggest game in the w...
Being the biggest game in the world has its benefits! "Fortnite" made nearly $2 billion in 2019 alone, according to a new report.
You don't have to play "Fortnite" to see all the different ways that its changing the video game industry.
The creators of ‘Fortnite’ are giving away a free PC game every day for the rest of the year amid a big holiday sale — here’s ...
The Epic Games Store is giving away a new free game every day through Jan. 1, 2020 and you can claim a free $10 off coupon towards any game over $15.
‘Fortnite’ is finally coming to the Play store, and its creator Epic wants to break how Google taxes apps in the process
Previously, "Fortnite" was available to download for Android users only via the Epic store, but this exposed a security flaw.
Professional gamers like Tyler "Ninja" Blevins and others in the esports industry have strong feelings about FaZe Jarvis being banned from Fortnite.
The life and rise of Tim Sweeney, the billionaire CEO and founder of the company behind ‘Fortnite,’ Epic Games
"Fortnite" raked in over $2.5 billion in 2018. See how the CEO of the company behind the game, Tim Sweeney, lives and spends his money.
The world’s biggest video game launched a massive update after going dark for 2 days — here’s everything that’s changed in ...
"Fortnite: Chapter 2" brings the biggest changes the game has seen since it launched in 2017, including a brand-new map for Battle Royale mode.
Fortnite is back with ‘Chapter 2’ and a new map and new features after its extravagant black hole stunt
Two days after Fortnite was "destroyed," it's back with a bunch of new features and a shiny new map.
The biggest game company in the world isn’t Nintendo — it’s a Chinese company that has a piece of everything from ‘Fortni...
You've almost certainly never heard of the biggest game company on the planet — especially if you're American.