Rapper Drake Confirms He's Ditched Meat After Vegan Hint

Brunilde Fioravanti
Marzo 18, 2018

Last Feb. 4, "Fortnite" has snatched the crown from "PUBG" by setting a new record of 3.4 million concurrent players, a peak that could have been higher if the crowds had not brought the game servers down.

His livestream - on which he joined the shoot-'em'-up adventure Fortnite with players including video-game star Ninja - drew 628,000 viewers, Twitch said, far outpacing the previous record of 388,000.

Last night, Ninja's Fortnite stream - with a little help from Drake - broke the viewer record for an individual Twitch streamer.

Witt Lowry, a rapper from CT is clearly a fan of Fortnite and Ninja, who has played with Ninja previously on stream, no doubt saw the famous Drake and Travis Scott stream.

And now Fortnite makers Epic Games have revealed their own plans for a celebrity-filled stream.

This will see 50 celebrities and 50 pro-gamers face off against one another at E3 in the Fortnite Celebrity Pro-Am.

The best part is that the bench players were doing Fortnite dances and moves all night long.

The match will happen in Los Angeles at E3 in June, one of the biggest gaming events of the year.

"And one more thing. details on the first season of competitive play coming in the next few weeks!" The game is also available on iOS but an invitation from Epic Games or a friend is needed to gain access. Regardless of who ends up on top, it appears that everyone is playing Fortnite these days.

Players will get sent an email with the official download link included, which will give the option of grabbing the App.

Ahead of its launch, Epic Games promised that Fortnite Mobile would offer the "same gameplay, same map, same content, same weekly updates" as the console versions.

The rapper and singer says he's been playing the popular video game for a month or two.

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