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Google Will Lose Out On $50 Million From Fortnite Bypassing The Play Store

5 days ago   |   By Ubergizmo

As some of you might know, Google takes a cut from apps and in-app purchases sold via the Google Play Store. This was also one of the reasons why Epic decided to bypass the Play Store with Fortnite Battle Royale because considering how much the game is reported to be making on iOS , it means that Epic would have to pay Google just as much, if not more. To that end, how much could Google potentially stand to miss out on? According to the folks at Sensor Tower , it seems that for 2018 alone, Google could lose out on $50 million from their cut of in-app purchases made if the game had launched...
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