Tencent, which owns a 40% stake in US developer Epic Games, launched Fortnite in China in April 2018. (Picture: Epic Games)Tencent, which owns a 40% stake in US developer Epic Games, launched Fortnite in China in April 2018. (Picture: Epic Games)
Tencent, which owns a 40% stake in US developer Epic Games, launched Fortnite in China in April 2018. (Picture: Epic Games)

Fortnite is 2019’s top-grossing game despite making no money in China

Tencent is still waiting for the Chinese government’s permission to monetize the two-year-old battle royale shooter

Topic |   Fortnite
Tencent, which owns a 40% stake in US developer Epic Games, launched Fortnite in China in April 2018. (Picture: Epic Games)Tencent, which owns a 40% stake in US developer Epic Games, launched Fortnite in China in April 2018. (Picture: Epic Games)
Tencent, which owns a 40% stake in US developer Epic Games, launched Fortnite in China in April 2018. (Picture: Epic Games)
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