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How much money is ‘Fortnite’ making? Nearly $2.5 billion in 2018 alone, according to the latest report

"Fortnite" made nearly $2.5 billion in 2018 alone, according to a new report. Being the biggest game in the world has its benefits!

‘Wait a minute, that can’t be real’: A ‘Fortnite’ streamer freaked out after he got a $75,000 donation during a stream

During a Twitch livestream of "Fortnite," one viewer donated a whopping $75,000 to a single player. As you might expect, that player freaked out.
Epic Games co-founder Tim Sweeney.

The CEO behind ‘Fortnite’ is now worth over $7 billion

Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney is worth over $7 billion, and it's not just because of "Fortnite."
When Epic brought "Fortnite" to Android, it kicked off a discussion about app store economics.

The video-game industry is heading for massive upheaval, and nobody is safe

With the advent of "Fortnite," the great battle between Epic Games, Steam, and Android, and the rise of streaming, no incumbent is safe in the video-game industry.
Will Smith and Alfonso Ribiero.

Why is the guy who played Carlton on ‘Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’ suing the makers of ‘Fortnite’? The lawyer behind the lawsuit e...

Alfonso Ribeiro played Carlton on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air," and he's suing the makers of "Fortnite" over an in-game dance move. Here's why.

‘Fortnite’ maker Epic Games might face more lawsuits from celebrities accusing the company of stealing their dance moves, according to the...

"Fresh Prince" star Alfonso Ribeiro, rapper 2Milly, and Instagram star Russell "Backpack Kid" Horning may not be the only ones suing Epic Games.

A ‘Fresh Prince’ star is suing ‘Fortnite’ maker Epic Games, claiming his dance moves were stolen. Decide for yourself with the...

There are at least three lawsuits alleging that "Fortnite" maker Epic Games stole dances.

A ‘Fresh Prince’ star is suing ‘Fortnite’ maker Epic Games, claiming his dance moves were stolen. Decide for yourself with the...

There are at least three lawsuits alleging that "Fortnite" maker Epic Games stole dances.
Will Smith and Alfonso Ribiero.

One video perfectly demonstrates why the folks behind ‘Fortnite’ are being sued over dance moves

In "Fortnite," it's called "The Fresh" — but you probably know this dance move as "The Carlton," first seen on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air."