Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Goddissee, Dec 22, 2018.
There is one part of this that interests me ( the text in bold below )
In Fortnite accepted Creators will receive $5 USD (or the local currency equivalent) for every 10,000 V-Bucks spent by players who elect to support them in-game. This applies to free V-Bucks that players have earned as well as any V-Bucks they’ve purchased.
Does that mean you get paid if they earned the V-bucks previously? Or is it after they declare their support?
How easily can they earn 10,000 V-Bucks?
Could the process of "earning" the V-Bucks be botted? Or farmed from extremely cheap labor?
That is the part I'm interested in.
I believe that you made money off this. You said you compete though and that would definitely bring and audience to you. This appears to be a lot of work to get them to elect to support you even with the false promise. I understand most are kids and will do it and make purchases but there is also this
WHAT COULD GO WRONG?
We have only been running this program at scale for a couple of months, so we apologize in advance for challenges along the way. Some examples could include:
There could be a delay in processing applications due to volume.
Payments could be delayed as we scale our payment processing systems or due to volume.
We may be required to limit enrollment based on overwhelming demand. In that case, applicants will be evaluated on a first come, first served basis.
WILL THIS PROGRAM MAKE CREATORS RICH?
Please expect modest results. The amount you earn scales with the number of players who choose to support you. A Fortnite example: If your in-game Supporters spend 50,000 V-Bucks in-game, then you would earn $25 USD. An Epic Store example: if your Supporters who follow your links or enter your Creator tag on checkout purchase $100 of games, you’ll earn $5 at the basic rate.
DOES THIS MEAN THAT CREATORS SHOULD MAKE CLICKBAIT INFOMERCIALS?
No. Please be authentic. The most successful creators build audiences over the long term by being genuine and entertaining. Results from the launch of the Fortnite Support-A-Creator have proven this out.
Before investing a lot of time and money into something this is definitely something to take into account. There are definitely uncertainties
Again though.. that earned part is what has me interested.
Is there a way we can get paid on this by purchasing V-bucks for less " in terms of labor "
Especially creating Fortnight accounts ourselves electing ourselves and botting and or farming with the accounts and cashing in at high scale ?
So after 5min of research I got this
According to this information
HOW DO WE DECIDE IF SAVE THE WORLD IS WORTH IT FOR THE V-BUCKS?
We’re going to translate everything into V-Bucks to keep it as simple as possible. Save the World mode is $19.99 right now, which would get you 2,000 V-Bucks in the store if you were to buy two $9.99 bundles.
So you’re going to have to earn back 2,000 V-Bucks before you’re making any V-Bucks in profit, which is what we’re interested in. These skins don’t buy themselves.
That’s the goal: to get over 2,000 V-Bucks so the mode pays for itself and maybe we make a few V-Bucks for cosmetic purchases. How quickly can you get there? What’s the easiest way to grind for V-Bucks?
Let’s find out.
JUST SHOW UP, YOU’LL MAKE V-BUCKS
It’s easier than you think. Unlike Battle Royale, Save the World gives you a daily reward just for logging in. And some of those days are worth V-Bucks.
Assuming nothing has changed in recent patches, you’ll earn 10,000 V-Bucks if you log in every day for 336 days. The first 50 V-Buck reward comes in at day 11, and the values go up from there.
It doesn’t matter if you skip a day. Your logins don’t have to be consecutive, but the more days you skip the longer it will take to get all the V-Bucks.
So we’re already 8,000 V-Bucks in the black, and all we had to do was show up, every day, for under a year. Seems easy enough, especially if you make it part of your daily routine. Wake up, take a shower, get dressed, log into Save the World, go to work or school ... the V-Bucks will pile up.
There are indeed bots for fortnite.. found that in a quick search
So going off this you could essentially pay yourself
This just got a bit interesting. I will look into it more and yourself or anyone on here that has any interest in this feel free to contact me about it
My interest level is ... like luke warm right now.. lol
Thank you for the share
The only thing that would kill it is if they HAVE to hit an earning of 10,000 V-Bucks for the payout to come..
It is possible they didn't take it into account
I'm not sure how much you can earn at the max though...
More research is needed
Epic wouldn't like reading this ... lmao
$20 for a $500 a pop investment after a year.
Very risky just solely because of the year mark.
But HUGE Roi
So, CPA basically?
Cant be acalsc with just 2000 insta followers i think
Minimum to get accepted is 1000 followers/subscribers on any major platform.
Thank you mate I like your thought process too.
Yeah it is... because you would also be scaling this across multiple accounts.. your pocket is the only limit
The time is a killer but if this payed back though ...
To be honest it's a 99% chance I'll just leave it on the table right here. Good stuff though.
Thanks a lot for sharing the method my friend! I'm applying right now, I have a Twitter account with 8k followers, it's a personal account, do I need to change the account details like with fortnite things or it doesn't matter and I'll be approved anyways? Thanks again mate!
it's kind of like an affiliate program, but for the video game
thanks op waiting to get accepted to try this out
Good question unsure if they look into that - I'd assume have something about fortnite or at least add that you're a twitch streamer until they approve it.
Pretty cool method, I've seen so many accounts promoting their creator codes but never wondered why, now I know. You'd be mad not to jump into Fortnite right now.
Thanks mate! I'll update the profile right now. Btw (last question) do I need a Fortnite account to run this method? I haven't played Fortnite before tbh. Thanks in advance bro! God bless you.
Tysm for the share mate!
I'm going to try this for sure but I don't think only one social source and one account will give you the returns that we are expecting.
But I got some ideas by reading the whole thread and will try to execute them.
That's a little obvious isn't it?
I was wondering how many IG accounts were you running to achieve the 8k 3 months results?
Maybe. I'm asking because I'm applying to become a creator in the website epicgames and they aren't asking for any Fortnite account or somethng.
What’s the payment method?
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