Fortbuff introduces stats tracking for Fortnite: Battle Royale

The creators behind Dotabuff and Overbuff have launched a new website, Fortbuff, which lets Fortnite: Battle Royale players track their in-game statistics across PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Fortbuff lets players type in their Fortnite account name to check out their individual statistics. Among these statistics, there's how many matches played, score per match, and overall kills-per-death ratio. The site also features weekly goals that players can complete. Users can sign in with their Discord account for a much more streamlined experience. Longtime players will already find themselves through the website, their in-game stats and all, even if they haven't played Fortnite since the website's launch.

Fortbuff also features statistics on some of the best and most popular Fortnite players around. The site's Leaderboards page, for example, ranks the game's best players and shows their average score, average kills, and victory percentage across matches. And Fortbuff has a Live Stream page that lets players watch Twitch streams and track users' statistics as they play.

Alongside player data, Fortbuff also tracks information on the Fortnite: Battle Royale Item Shop's daily items, letting players check out what's for sale without booting up the game. The site also includes the full range of Fortnite cosmetics available to players, including outfit skins and Back Bling available only through Holiday events and starter packs. Oh, and there's even a Verified page that features information on some of the most important players in the Fortnite community.

For more information on Fortbuff and its tracking features, check out the site's About page.

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