Google Will Lose Out On $50 Million From Fortnite Bypassing The Play Store

As some of you might know, Google takes a cut from apps and in-app purchases sold via the Google Play Store. This was also one of the reasons why Epic decided to bypass the Play Store with Fortnite Battle Royale because considering how much the game is reported to be making on iOS, it means that Epic would have to pay Google just as much, if not more.

Google Acknowledges Epic’s ‘Fortnite’ Isn’t On The Play Store

Epic had previously confirmed that Fortnite Battle Royale for Android would not be launched on the Google Play Store, and would instead be made available via other means. Google has typically encouraged users to download apps through the Play Store for security purposes, although the company has remained oddly silent about this, at least until now.

Samsung Users Will Get Advanced Access To Fortnite’s Android Beta

We have been hearing rumors for a while that Epic’s Fortnite for Android could be launched as a temporary exclusive for Samsung devices. It turns out that is partially correct because in an announcement by Samsung, it seems that Galaxy users can now get their hands on the beta version of the game ahead of everyone else.

Epic To Start Matchmaking ‘Fortnite’ Keyboard & Mouse Players Together

Due to the fact that consoles these days support mouse and keyboard input, it has changed the way some players approach certain games, such as shooters where some console players are starting to use keyboard and mouse combos instead of the gamepad. There are some developers who object to this claiming that it isn’t fair for other console players, and this is something that Epic seems to agree with as […]


Fortnite Players Want To See Jonesy In Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

One of the appeals of the Super Smash Bros. franchise is that it takes various characters from a variety of video games and tosses them together in one huge brawler. There are characters from Nintendo’s own franchises, naturally, but there are also characters from Konami games, Bandai Namco, and so on.

Fortnite For Android Gameplay Leaked

Fortnite Battle Royale is expected to launch for Android this summer, although unfortunately for Android gamers, we have been hearing rumors that the game could be exclusive to Samsung devices. Whether or not that is true remains to be seen, but in the meantime it looks like we might have an idea of how the game will play.

Fake Fortnite For Android Ads Are Making Their Rounds

Epic has recently confirmed that for Android, Fortnite Battle Royale will be launched outside of the Google Play Store. One of the main reasons behind it is so that Epic can avoid paying Google a cut from in-app purchases made in the game, which as far as the iOS version of the game is concerned, comes in at around $2 million everyday.

Turtle Beach Says Fortnite, PUBG Are To Thank For Earnings Jump

The success of a certain product can spur the success and even creation of other products. Take for example smartphones where before smartphones became so popular, cases for our mobile phones were nowhere near the levels in terms of variety and brands that we are seeing in the market today.

EA Says That Fortnite Is Good For Gaming

Epic’s Fortnite Battle Royale is making waves in the gaming industry for how successful it has become. The game is said to have made Epic $1 billion purely from in-game purchases, with an estimated $2 million a day being spent on the iOS version alone. It is also so popular that parents are also hiring “tutors” for their kids in hopes that they might make it a career or get […]

Fortnite’s Exclusivity For Samsung Could Be Longer Than We Thought

We have initially heard that Epic’s Fortnite Battle Royale could be a temporary Samsung Galaxy Note 9 exclusive for up to a month. More recently we have also heard that the exclusivity could extend to the recently launched Galaxy Tab S4, but now we are hearing that the exclusive period could be much longer than we thought.

Fortnite For Android Minimum System Requirements Revealed

Fortnite Battle Royale for Android is expected to be launched soon, but the question is, is your device good enough to run it? According to a recent report from XDA, it appears that the minimum system requirements your phone needs to run the game might have been revealed already.

Fortnite For Android Could Be A Temporary Samsung Exclusive

When Fortnite for iOS launched, the game was basically made available via the App Store and that was the end of it. However for Android it’s starting to turn out to be a little more complex than we thought. Not only has Epic confirmed that Fortnite will be launched outside of the Google Play Store, but now there are signs that it could be a temporary Samsung exclusive.

Epic Confirms Fortnite For Android Will Bypass The Google Play Store

A report earlier this week seemed to suggest that Epic’s Fortnite Battle Royale for Android could actually be launched outside the Google Play Store. For the most part all apps are typically launched via the Play Store for a variety of reasons, such as security, reassurances that it won’t be malware (for the most part), consolidation, ease of updates, and more.

Parents Are Now Hiring ‘Fortnite’ Tutors For Their Kids

While there are still some stereotypes of gamers that remain, long gone are the days where parents view video games as a waste of time, namely because there has been a shift in the industry and trends where being a professional gamer can be a lucrative gig. In fact not only is it a lucrative gig, but eSports are now starting to be recognized as an actual sport.