Fortnite, in case you hadn't noticed, is pretty big right now. How big? According to mobile data tracking site Sensor Tower it's already earned $25m on iPhone and iPad. Only Netflix has earned more mobile money per day in the US this month, according to the data.
A couple of factors make that sum even more impressive. Firstly, the game was only launched to all iOS players on April 1, meaning that while the game's invite event roll-out means it has technically already been out for 30 days, only 20 of those were widely available on the App Store so the full figure by April's end will be even higher.
Secondly, the game has yet to launch on Android. Once it hits Google's store, Sensor Tower estimates Fortnite could bring in a staggering $500m on mobile alone by the end of 2018. Epic Games is definitely living up to its name right now.