Fortnite, PUBG coaches now available on Fiverr

Fortnite, PUBG coaches now available on Fiverr
Fortnite, PUBG coaches now available on Fiverr

Fiverr as you all know is a popular international services platform that makes money from commissions by connecting people with professionals providing various services.

Fiverr International is entering into the phenomenal success of PUBG and Fortnite by hooking up players with online gaming experts who will help them improve their game. At the same time, they will also help the company make some really good money in the process.

This Thursday, Fiverr unveiled an online store which is focused on the rising interest of mobile and video games that will also game experts sell their special skills to prospective players. Fornite and PUBG are the two games that have won the hearts of millions of people all around the world. These games are a worldwide success. Both the games have an arena-style survival concept which called the “battle royale” where 100 players are dropped onto an island to battle each other for survival.

From as little as $5, players can enroll on to the site in order to learn the survival skills. Not just that but they will also be able to choose the best landing spots and guns.

Fiverr was established in 2010. The site is known to make money from commissions by connecting people with professionals who provide various types of services on its freelance services platform.

Along with game coaching, buyers and sellers can even trade gigs or services in 30 different categories that range from developing a game to polishing game streaming on platforms such as Twitch.

The gaming industry has seen massive growth in the last few years. The industry is now dominated by the last-man-standing multiplayer games that have the potential to generate hundreds of millions in revenue by selling character outfits and add-ons.

Fornite was released in 2017 and its popularity is well known every one of you. Its success has pushed the valuation of Epic games to $15 billion in a funding round last year. Not just that but even gamers have flocked to Electronics arts inc’s apex legends and Tencent holdings’ PUBG.

The number of gamers is expected to increase.

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