Since Fortnite Battle Royale was released on iOS platforms last month, the game has made over $15 million in sales, according to data from Sensor Tower.
The data shows that on the day the required invite to play Fortnite on iOS was removed, Epic Games saw a 197% increase in player expenditure, totalling more that $1.8 million sales on April 2nd.
The report also shows that total mobile revenue for Fortnite has reached over $15 million, with Epic Games taking around a tidy $10.5 million in just 20 days since the game began monetising.
More so, global installs of the game have reached 11 million since launch and with an android version still to be released, these figures are only going to rise.
The game has taken the number one spot in more that 20 regions for iPhone downloads and continues to out-earn other titles such as Candy Crush Saga and Clash of Clans.