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‘Fortnite’ made over £3.6billion profit in its first year, documents reveal


Fortnite made more than £3.6billion ($5billion USD) revenue for Epic Games within its first year of release, new documents reveal.The documents, made available as part of Epic and Apple’s ongoing legal battle over the implementation of App Store policies and how they affect earnings for Epic from Fortnite, were uploaded on The Verge as part of its case coverage.As part of the case, Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney gave a testimony yesterday (May 2) about the nature of Epic’s business and Fortnite‘s place in it.New York Times reporter Erin Griffith covered Sweeney’s testimony on Twitter, and wrote that Sweeney had stated that Epic made £3.6billion ($5.1billion USD) gross revenue in 2020.Sweeney says Epic employs 3200 people, has offices around the.

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