A few days back, we reported to you how the performance of Travis Scott at a virtual concert in the online game Fortnite recorded an all-time highest 12-million users. The developer of the game, Epic Games had revealed that the virtual performance of Travis attracted 12.3 million concurrent players on the platform. With this, Travis surpassed the earlier record holder Marshmello as his concert’s viewership record was 10.7 million.
Later it was also revealed that Fortnite saw 27.7 million unique users participate in different events to enjoy Scott’s concert.
“Thank you to everyone who attended and created content around the Travis Scott event! Over 27.7 million unique players in-game participated live 45.8 million times across the five events to create a truly Astronomical experience.” Fortnite tweeted.
Thank you to everyone who attended and created content around the Travis Scott event!
Over 27.7 million unique players in-game participated live 45.8 million times across the five events to create a truly Astronomical experience. 🤯🔥 pic.twitter.com/LSH0pLmGOS
— Fortnite (@FortniteGame) April 27, 2020
Now the latest on this is post the grand success of the concert, Travis Scott has got one more big benefit and that is most of his songs that he performed on the concert have started ranking in Billboard Hot 100.
Reportedly, The Scotts feat the Kid Cudi made it straight on the No. 1 at Billboard Hot 100 after the concert. Other songs like “Highest in the Room” made a re-entry in the chart at No. 38, Goosebumps made it to No 49. Even Sicko Mode managed to get 14.4 million US streams but couldn’t manage a place in Top 100.
Isn’t that amazing? Enjoying good forgotten songs has a pleasure of its own kind and it seems like the same is happening with people here. What do you think?