Tyler “Ninja” Blevins holds the record of single streamer with 616,693 viewers and last but not least is “Fortnite” who staggered 2,331,987 viewers.According to Dexerto his “marathon stream” began in the middle of August when he attempted to broadcast for 24 hours.He began to eat during his streams and even began to sleep, but he kept his camera rolling.He is now attempting to become Twitch’s first 24/7 streamer.According to the information, GPHustla is planning to break the world record on January 1, 2021.He also explained this in an interview that he is doing this so that he would not be “alone.” He also added, “as soon as I go offline, I’m now alone again.” The record of GPHustla was previously held by Reecesy who went online for more than 200 hours and LosPollosTV with 161 hours.
Mario's "battle royale" is too repetitive and rough for long-term play.
Ali “Myth” Kabbani found success on Twitch streaming Fortnite, but now he's playing other games and hoping the fans follow.
Epic Games has finally rolled out season 9 for its hit Battle Royale title Fortnite and fans are quite excited to witness the new futuristic theme introduced with the new season.The new season 9 has brought along a range of diverse cosmetics, items and pretty cool wearable skins for gamers to enjoy the new futuristic theme introduced in the title.All those players who are looking forward to gathering this season’s new items will require to level up their Battle Pass by collecting all the Hidden Battle Stars which could only be achieved by accomplishing all the weekly challenges assigned in the game.Similar to previous season’s gamers are provided with some free challenges, and some of the challenges can only be completed by Battle Pass holders.Interestingly enough all the challenges associated with the week 1 of season 9 are already out, and players can efficiently complete all the tasks by referring to the below-mentioned list of Week 1 challenges in Fortnite.Season 9 week 1 for Fortnite requires players to use the Slip Stream travel system at the Neo Tilted which is freshly introduced after the destruction of tilted towers.Another week one challenge requires players to visit all the seven Sky Platforms and dealt damage to foes right after utilizing the Shadow Bomb.Moreover, gamers who have availed the Premium Battle Pass in the Fortnite title will be able to access four additional tasks which other players will not be able to access.These additional premium Battle Pass challenges include Searching for seven hidden loot chest at Lucky Landing and Loot Lake.Another Battle Pass challenge requires players to carry along a Legendary item for a total of five times in separate matches.In addition, Battle Pass players will also have to deal damage to opponent form two floors above and kill at least two enemies while using a scoped weapon.
Image: Respawn Respawn’s battle royale Apex Legends is getting its long-awaited crossplay feature next week, the developer announced on Thursday. Crossplay will arrive on October 6th alongside the new limited-time “Aftermarket Collection” event. The feature, first announced back in June, is launching into beta for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC platforms, meaning those three groups of players will be able to play with and against one another for the first time since the game’s February 2019 launch. There won’t, however, be cross-progression, meaning you can’t take your console account with you to PC or vice versa, as you can in games like Destiny 2, Fortnite, and Warzone. Get revved up for the Aftermarket Collection Event. Take part in the... Continue reading…
The helicarrier in Fortnite may soon be more than just spawn island, at least based on a couple of recent leaks from data miners. During the Fortnite x Marvel crossover this season, players spawn in the game from the helicarrier, which is where the Battle Bus is located. Some players have managed to get back to the island, revealing that … Continue reading
But will Fortnite be allowed back into the walled garden in the meantime? Lawyers representing Apple and Epic Games appeared in court yesterday via video link as the row over Cupertino's App Store policies rumbles on.…
Epic claims Apple is engaging in anti-competitive behavior.
"It is important enough to understand what real people think," the judge said. "Do these security issues concern people, or not?"
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales A US judge hearing arguments in Epic’s antitrust lawsuit against Apple has criticized the game developer’s decision to breach its contract with the iPhone maker by pushing a version of Fortnite with a custom payment system onto the App Store. The decision resulted in Apple removing Fortnite from the App Store. During a hearing on Monday with both companies, Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers of the United States District Court for the Northern District of California expressed skepticism about Epic’s arguments, particularly its claim that it did not pose a security threat to Apple because it is a well-established company and partner. “You did something, you lied about it by omission, by not being forthcoming. That’s the security issue. That’s... Continue reading…
You thought the Apple vs Epic Games battle had cooled, or maybe blown over? You thought wrong. Now not only might the case have to go before the jury, but Google’s finally breaking its silence. So sit down, grab a bubbly beverage and a plate of nachos, because the show is back on. Today was the first day of the case in court, for a hearing. Everything up to now has been the two companies sniping at each other in legal filings, but now the two companies had to present themselves (virtually, of course) to Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers. In summary,… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple,Google
Judge Rogers has strong words for both sides in the iOS Fortnite battle.
A California judge says it should be for the people to decide whether Epic's claims about Apple's alleged anti-competitive behavior have substance.
Android 12 will make it easier to use third-party stores, however.
Google will enforce its in-app payments policy, insisting that developers making digital sales in software distributed through the Google Play store use the official billing system, in a crack-down that follows a high-profile lawsuit with Fortnite developer Epic Games. The announcement – word of which was leaked last week – comes alongside new news about third-party download stores that will … Continue reading
The change comes as Google faces intense scrutiny from app developers.
In celebration of Fortnite's third birthday, Epic Games has added new birthday challenges that will reward you with goodies. Here's how to complete them all.
The fight between Apple and Epic Games over Fortnite and app stores is getting uglier by the day. The latter has recently formed a coalition of other developers slighted by Apple’s App Store policy, calling for fairness in the app ecosystem. That coalition pretty much singles out Apple in its statements and curiously makes no mention of Google. That, however, … Continue reading
The battle royale version of hit game Fortnite has turned three years old and to celebrate, Epic has officially announced its third Birthday Bash event. Players anticipated some sort of birthday celebration for the latest game milestone, but it was unclear when it would take place. As expected, players have the chance to unlock special birthday-related rewards and more. Fortnite … Continue reading
The future of the iPhone is once again at stake as Apple defends its App Store policies.