'Fortnite' has now made $300 million on iOS alone.
The hugely popular battle royale title has proven highly lucrative for publisher Epic, and the game has hit a milestone on Apple's operating system.
As reported by SensorTower, the game has pulled in the massive sum from its microtransactions since launching on iOS on March 15.
It's a figure that compares will with the iOS edition of battle royale title 'PlayerUnknown's Battleground', which had made around $47 million since it started selling extra content on April 15.
It's said roughly 65 percent of the spending came from the US, while worldwide the game is averaging at around $1.5 million revenue per day.
'Fortnite' has also grossed millions more than games like 'Clash Royale', 'Knives Out' and 'Honour of Kings' over their first 200 days.
However, 'Pokemon GO' actually holds the record for the fastest timeline when it comes to hitting the $300 million mark, as Niatic's title achieved it in just 113 days.
Meanwhile, the report notes that the Android version of 'Fortnite' has earned $60 million since its launch on August 9, bringing the game's total to $360 million.
It is also available on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, meaning the total revenue from microtransactions will be significantly higher with all platforms taken into account.