Parents Hiring Fortnite Tutors Costs $20 Per Hour For
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Parents Hiring Fortnite Tutors Costs $20 Per Hour For Their Kids

These sessions are helping the kids in improving their skills in Fortnite

Parents Hiring Fortnite Tutors Costs $20 Per Hour For Their Kids

Fortnite, the Epic game that has already broken many records in a one year of time, now went beyond being viral. According to the Wall Street Journal’s report, many parents are paying the coaching fee for their kids to learn Fortnite tactics. Yes, it's true these parents are hiring the skilled and professional Fortnite players to help their kids in the game. The report mentioned that these parents are paying up to $20 per hour for the sessions.

Epic games introduced the game last year and Fortnite: Battle Royal seems turned out to be the best mode of the game. In this mode, 100 players are dropped on a single map to face each other either alone or in a team. The last man standing or the team to survive till the last considered as the winner of that game. Fortnite is out for iOS, PlayStation, XBox, Nintendo Switch, PC and it will be shortly coming to Android.

According to the parents, their kids were struggling in the game and end up either frustrated or sad. With two or three sessions they have not only improved their skill but also went on consecutive wins in the games. Besides, some of the kids were stressed because they weren't able to succeed in the game against their friends. And the paid Fortnite coaching sessions helped them in feeling better.

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