More than 10M watched Fortnite’s Marshmello show

More than 10M watched Fortnite’s Marshmello show
More than 10M watched Fortnite’s Marshmello show

Fabruary’s fantastic Marshmello concert in Fortnite: Battle Royale was nothing short of spectacular. The 10-minute long performance offered fans free snippets of some of the American electronic music producer and DJ’s latest songs—and the concert attracted a lot of attention.

According to The Games Awards creator Geoff Keighley and Marshmello, the event reportedly had over 10 million players watching it in-game on Saturday.

Considering Fortnite has around 200 million registered players, this means that roughly five percent of the player base was in-game for the concert to dance along with the songs and have a good time.

If you weren’t one of the 10 million players who took part in the event, don’t worry—you can still check out the full live performance on YouTube.

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