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If you have a teenager in your house, you shouldn’t be surprised by Nielsen’s latest statistic: Fortnite took in $1.8 billion in sales in 2019, more money in a single year than any game in history. SuperData, the video game arm of Nielsen, gave the numbers on the game. Epic Games owns Fortnite but doesn’t break out its revenue. Overall, the gaming industry racked up $120 billion, up four percent from 2018. The data was compiled from mobile, PC, console games, augmented reality, esports, and virtual reality revenues. ‘Fortnite’ Is Top-Grossing Video Game Of The Year, Scoring $1.8 Billion In Sales

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