Fortnite has been out on mobile since March 12th and it’s been available for all iOS users since April 1st. Since then, the app has grossed over $25 million USD, according to a new study.
Currently, Fortnite is raking in about $9.5 million USD per day on iPhone, with app predicted to gross over $500 million by the end of the year if an Android version gets added soon.
It was reported on March 20th that Fortnite was had already made $1.5 million on in-app purchases, but it looks like that number has been skyrocketing in the almost 30 days since.
The only app that is currently making more money than Fortnite is Netflix, which draws in a little over $12 million per day, according to SensorTower. The next closest game is Candy Crush, which makes about $5 million per day, according to the same data.
This Fortnite data is only for iOS, so the game is surely raking in considerably more on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Source: Sensor Tower