The battle royale game has reached a new milestone in its first four months, and Sensor Tower anticipates a sales spike coinciding with the game's season 2 starting August 18.
The lead designer on Monument Valley helped revolutionize mobile gaming, but he's only getting started.
In an unprecedented move, Epic is looking to skip Google's app store and go directly to the consumer.
The old THQ made many leery of the licensed games market, but Nick Button-Brown wants to change that. Huge IP like Paw Patrol and Adventure Time are just the start for Outright Games.
According to analyst firm Sensor Tower, the debut of Season 5 in Fortnite has caused spending to spike 12% over the last 10 days on mobile. Meanwhile, Fortnite on consoles could be eating other franchises' lunch.
It's like Breaking Bad, but with video games. Kind of.
Gamers are spending more on mobile games this year -- almost 20 percent more since 2017, with Apple taking the majority of it.
Mobile apps and games, especially if they go viral, can still be big money. AppLovin wants an even bigger slice of that revenue pie.
Behaviour Interactive has been awfully quiet.