Fortnite keeps marching of goal at the finish line: a week ago he passed it the rival battle royale Playerunknown's Battlegrounds in terms of earnings and soothers on Twitch. However, the month of February saw Fortnite do even better on YouTube, where he even passed Minecraft by number of views.
The news comes from the analysis company Matchmade. Second their observations, Fortnite It has arrived at well two billion and four hundred million views on YouTube during the month of February. This impressive result is combined with the decline di Minecraft: if the title of Mojang reached over three and a half billion monthly views last year, changes to the algorithm YouTube, introduced in the summer of 2017, they have disadvantaged.
This in any case does not detract from the importance of this goal for Fortnite, which is now an undeniable phenomenon of prominence in the videogame landscape.
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