Fortnite’s Black Hole event Breaks the Record of Twitch and Twitter in Live Streaming
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Fortnite made huge come back after 2 weeks. Fortnite’s black hole event was one of the biggest single online gaming events with more than 7 million viewers. It has broken the record of Twitch, Twitter, and YouTube in live streaming.

According to Epic Games the Black Hole event official name is “The End.” It received record-breaking viewership on Twitter and Twitch. It also made history and became the most viewed YouTube gaming events ever. Black Hole event attracted more than 7 million views in one day.

On Twitch, more than 1.7 million people watched the official Fortnite stream. Epic games first time received that type of views for a gaming event on Twitch.

Black hole event was also the “most viewed gaming event on Twitter, with 50.7 million minutes watched and 42.8 million views.” According to Epic Games Fortnite Black Hole event received 4.3 million views across all major channels including YouTube, Twitter and Twitch.

The company is not revealing how many players actually tuned in for the live event in-game but according to experts the figure is impressive.

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