Travis Scott really hit a lick with his Fortnite concert.
As previously reported, Scott collaborated with Epic Games to perform for quarantined fans in a virtual 15-minute set via Fortnite on Wednesday (April 23). After garnering an estimated 12.3 million concurrent Fornite players at the “show,” Pandora has now confirmed the gig resulted in an uptick in stats across the board.
In addition to ranking No. 2 as the most added artist station in the days following his performance, Scott also jumped 163 spots to become the second-most followed artist and his streams have gone up 124 percent. It’s highly likely the Astroworld mastermind will soon see advanced streams on other related services in the near future as well, including Apple Music, Spotify and YouTube. Similar to the uptick in streams that artists see after performing at the Superbowl Halftime Show, it appears that Fortnite concerts have a strong impact on the listening habits of fans.
While his professional life is full steam ahead amid the quarantine, his personal life is on a bit of a different course. Despite rumors to the contrary, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick’s son Mason confirmed on Instagram Live Scott and Kylie Jenner weren’t back together. Mason’s IG account was promptly deleted soon after.
Watch the full video of Travis’ Fortnite concert above.