The Fortnite Fever continues, after Drake, NCAA Player confirms the same

A period after Drake’s Fortnite Debut, we have another fact that proves Fortnite is getting even bigger. NCAA player has confirmed that Fortnite is a game that everyone enjoys. Mostly said, after Drake, we could easily tell Fortnite is the new Celebrities’ fever.

After the biggest upset in NCAA history, or also the most significant win ever done, the player has confirmed how he feels about it. Well, despite the fact that we have never witnessed a comparison of this caliber, there is always the first one to observe. Just as a reference, it’s not an easy job to pull the biggest upset in NCAA tournament.

In a post-game interview made by Mark Armstrong, the player has compared his feeling to a First Fortnite Victory, rather than anything else. That’s how he felt after the game, and according to the looks of it, he sure does enjoy playing Fortnite. You can watch the video below:

The good part is that the whole Fortnite celebrity story is just growing bigger, and at the end, we’ll have an extent of an entirely new timeline to speak about. After this event with the NCAA player, it’s just a matter of time how more celebs are going to involve Fortnite in their everyday’s life.

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