Imagining the future of Fortnite in-game events

7:17 PM ETArda OcalESPN Staff Writer FacebookTwitterFacebook MessengerPinterestEmailprintEpic Games has seen incredible success with Fortnite since the game launched in July 2017, with 350 million users flocking to drop from the Battle Bus and streamers creating lucrative careers in the process. In February 2019, Fortnite became more than just a game: It was a culture and a lifestyle too. That month, multiplatinum-selling recording artist DJ Marshmello performed the first live concert in Fortnite, which ended up being viewed by almost 11 million players. Since then, multiple collaborations with Fortnite have been executed to great success. Star Wars, Avengers, Stranger Things, Batman and the NFL are just some of the major brands that have dropped into the Fortnite playhouse. The latest event was a concert with deadmau5, Steve Aoki and Dillon Francis that took place Friday.

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