Fortnite earns $25M during first month on iOS, could hit $500M this year with Android launch

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    Fortnite continues to be a monster success since its launch on iOS last month. After earlier record-breaking numbers, Sensor Tower now reports that the app crossed $25 million in revenue during its first month of availability, and could hit $500 million for the year…

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