Fortnite continues to be one of the most popular games of today, as well as being the most successful on various streaming platforms. The release of Season 11, or "Chapter 2", the popular Battle Royale received numerous new features that made users once again "hooked" to the game.
The last big event, "Black Hole", managed to bring Fortnite back into the limelight, breaking records on both the Twitch platform and the Twitter social network. Together, more than 7 million people attended this event on all social platforms.
Twitch and Twitter were "invaded" by millions of Fortnite fans
On Twitch, over 1.7 million users watched the Black Hole event live. These numbers are an estimate, gathering views from the official Fortnite stream and most popular creators. So it is very likely that they were even more so.
In turn, on Twitter, this was the event gaming most viewed ever, gaining over 42.8 million views. According to Epic Games, they were able to reach a total of 1.4 million users watching the event live.
Although they could not break records on YouTube, this was the platform that managed to rack up the most users watching the big event. Throughout the broadcast and on the various channels that were broadcasting the event, they had a maximum total of 4.3 million live users.
Fortnite remains one of the biggest phenomena ever in the world gaming
After launching in 2017, Fortnite continues to captivate many millions of players every month, thanks to Epic Games' great dedication to bringing new content on a regular basis.
The "Seasons" system implemented by the studio has proved extremely popular with gamers, keeping them truly loyal to the game. In addition, Fortnite's popularity on the Twitch platform has also helped keep its large fan base growing as one of the games with the most views on the platform.
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