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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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Popular YouTubers/Influencers post videos of themselves playing the game. A lot of people will watch these games daily to learn tips and strategies. Now theyve invested time into not only  playing the game but watching others play also.

What Started As A Way To Relax, Has Now Become An Addiction

Amaya Huggins, Staff Reporter Dec 11, 2019

Another controller thrown and broken - another kid loses a game in one of the most popular yet addicting games. Fortnite was launched in 2017 but didn’t become popular until mid-2018. As of 2019,...

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2 Milly introduces the “Milly Rock” in his 2014 song “Milly Rock x 2 Milly.” While 2 Milly’s dance gained popularity, when it was introduced in Fortnite people were doing it everywhere, kids and adults alike.

Fortnite Dances Its Way Into the Courtroom

Christopher Kathman, Staff Reporter Dec 27, 2018

Here we go again, another lawsuit against the gaming behemoth known as ‘Fortnite.’ This time, three prominent pop culture icons have come out against Epic Games— Russell Horning, aka “Backpack...

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A player looks through the scope of a rifle, preparing to line up her shot. Among the various weapon attachments that can be found in Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds are magnified optics of different magnifications.

Thirteen Reasons Why: PUBG and Fortnite

Jake Nipper and Maxwell Yang Jun 1, 2018

There are 100 players and only one spot at the top. The “battle royale” genre has seen multiple resurgences in popularity throughout the past few decades, meeting critical acclaim every time it...

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