Following the rise in popularity of the asteroid in 2018, Fortnite earned more than $ billion in its first year for the Epic Games, new financial documents reveal. The document, which was unveiled as part of Epic Court’s fight with Apple’s next App Store methods, shows that in 2018 and 2019, the game brought in a total of over $9 billion for Epic.
The document does not separate how the epic is unique from Fortnite, but the company has made profits of over $5.5 billion over a two-year period.
In the document, the company estimates that 2020 revenue will be approximately 6 3.6 billion. Epic does not normally make financial statements public, but recent evidence from CEO Tim Sweeney suggests that it is much higher than $5.1 billion.
Revenue from Fortnite was a help to other businesses operating at the time – “other sports” (such as the Rocket League acquired by Epic in 2019), earning $ 108 million in 2018 and 2019, and the Epic engine bringing in $ 221 million. The same period. Epic’s game store, launched at the end of 2018, brought in a total of 5 235 million between 2018 and 2019.
Sweeney says Epic employs 3200 people, has offices around the world and (this might be new info?) made $5.1bn in gross revenue in 2020.
— erin griffith (@eringriffith) May 3, 2021
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