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How to check Fortnite stats?

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Markets, prices, performance, you name it. Stats are everywhere. Statistics are numbers that gauge everything we do. They are also the most promising way of measuring performance in sports more than anywhere else. This also translates to eSports and video games.

Highly competitive games like CSGO, PUBG and Fortnite all track individual player’s stats to rank players based on skill. These stats play a major role in said games’ matchmaking systems as it helps each player to compete against gamers of their skill level.

This also gives gamers a metric to evaluate and compare their performances. They can see where they are lacking and what are their strengths. In this article, we’re going to see how you can check your stats in Fortnite.

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Checking stats in Fortnite

The best part about this method is that you don’t even need to open the game or have it installed for that matter. You can also check your stats from any device.

Step 1: Go to the Fortnite page of The website tracks other games as well but for this article, we’re only going to focus on Fortnite.

Step 2: Enter your Epic Games username in the search bar. Click on the Search button.

Step 3: If you’ve played the game. all your in-game stats will be displayed alongwith all the other information you might need.

Cleary not a pro at Fortnite, but then I play at 20 FPS

You get the number of matches played, the category (Solo, Duo or Squad), kills, win percentage, your total playtime and so on. You also get the stats per game mode as well as the top-scoring percentage.

There are site-specific leaderboards where pretty much all Fortnite players are ranked. You can even take on challenges to improve your ranking and stats. These challenges also give out cash prizes. So keep your eyes open for that as well.

Also read: How to change the language in Fortnite?

Yadullah Abidi

Yadullah is a Computer Science graduate who writes/edits/shoots/codes all things cybersecurity, gaming, and tech hardware. When he's not, he streams himself racing virtual cars. He's been writing and reporting on tech and cybersecurity with websites like Candid.Technology and MakeUseOf since 2018. You can contact him here:

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