Fortnite Revenue and Usage Statistics (2020)

What is Fortnite?

Fortnite is an online video game series developed by Epic Games, first released in 2017. Epic’s free-to-play battle royal game Fortnite has reached worldwide phenomenal success since its release. Chapter 2 – Season 3 was rolled out by Epic Games on 17th June. 

Epic Games – Company Overview

HeadquarterCary, North Carolina
PlatformsPC, Mobile, Web, AR, VR, Console
Number of Employees3900+
Founded Date1991
FoundersTim Sweeney, Mark Rein
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App StoreStore Link

Fortnite Player Stats (2020)

  • Fortnite announced that the game has 350 million registered players in April 2020. It was 250 million in March 2019. (Fortnite)
  • Fortnite players spent over 3.2 billion hours in the game in April 2020. (Fortnite)
  • An average Fortnite player spends $102.42 in the game in 2020, increased by 21% as compared to 2018 data. (LendEDU)
  • Fortnite has ranked #5 in the United States among the top grossing iOS mobile game apps on 13 August 2020 with an estimated daily revenue of $1,446,590. (Think Gaming)
  • Fortnite has crossed $1 billion in lifetime player spending on Google Play and App Store. (SensorTower)
  • Fortnite’s players worldwide spend $44.3 million in the game in April 2020. (SensorTower)
  • In April 2020, average revenue per download was around $7.70. (SensorTower)
  • Fortnite player spent $752 million on Android and iOS as of September 2019.  (Statista)

Epic Games Revenue Statistics (2020)

  • Fortnite maker Epic Games announced in 6 August 2020 that they raised $1.78 billion at a $17.3 billion valuation (VentureBeat)
  • 2020 revenue forecast is to be $5 billion, with $1 billion EBITDA. 2019 revenue was $4.2 billion. (VentureBeat)
  • In July 2020, Sony invested $250 million in Fortnite maker Epic Games (Forbes)

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