Some Fortnite Players Are Paying for Bodyguards

<img src="https://" /><p>Epic Games' Battle Royale game <a href=""><strong><em>Fortnite</em></strong></a> has a thriving micro-industry built up around it, which is now inclusive of “bodyguards" – game guides who will play alongside players for a fee. <em>Fortnite</em> first released last year, and the online-only sandbox survival shooter has exploded in popularity. Reports from last month described the <a href="">game’s total take in March as $223 million</a>, earning the single highest revenue for a console title and fifth-highest for PC. All this for a game that is essentially free to play.</p><p>With its main competitor, <a href=""><em>PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds</em></a>, which it jockeys with for total views on Twitch (<a href="">and wins, at that</a>), the game has become an ubiquitous online competitive presence, racking up record-breaking daily hours from high-paid streamers and alike. And now, a new interview with Aarpn Hobson – a successful <em>Fortnite</em> player who joins people’s games and provides them with game tips, guidance, and teamwork to help them fare better – has shed some light on the new money-making scheme.</p> <strong>Click to continue reading <a href="">Some Fortnite Players Are Paying for Bodyguards</a></strong><br /><br /> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="">Some Fortnite Players Are Paying for Bodyguards</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="">ScreenRant</a>

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