Among 25 highest-grossing mobile games in the second quarter of 2019, there are five battle royale titles. Sensor Tower breaks down how they fare in terms revenue and downlads.
The fist Fortnite World Cup wrapped up this weekend. The event boasted the biggest prize fund in the history of esports, with $30 million at stake.
The success of big games is measured, among other things, by the viewership they amass on video services. Epic Games decided to boost this metric.
According to Newzoo, as of May 2019, 41% of the U.S. gamers play either Fortnite, Apex Legends, or PUBG. It might be tempting to recognize battle royale as a genre in its own right that…
Jordan becomes another country where you can no longer play PUBG. Jordan’s Telecommunications Regulatory Commission (TRC) banned PUBG last Thursday and is planning to ban six other video games. Fortnite is on that list too.
100 million monthly active users (MAUs) now play the mobile version of PUBG, according to App Annie via VentureBeat. That doesn’t include players in China, where Tencent, the game’s publisher, had to shut the game…
Polygon interviewed Epic Games staff about the success of Fortnite and the stress it brought on the team.
Iraq’s parliament voted this week to ban PUBG and Fortnite, popular online battle royale games, Reuters reports.