It's really frightening, Bates said.Not to mention, the crook fortnite materials up killing off Jake's character, in which the adolescent had spent hundreds of dollars since starting the match this past year.

"I think he just feels offended," Bates said.Bates said she and Jake wanted to tell their story so crawlers don't play with other children while they're enjoying the game. "It says on the game not to give your information out and, ya know, I am like, it is a lesson learned," Bates explained.

Bates filed a complaint with Epic Games, the company that developed "Fortnite." Gambling websites recommend that players use throwaway charge cards ones that are not tied to a bank account. They also recommend that gamers do not use their game password on any other websites and not discuss any personal info, even with friends.

Obama's inauguration? The 2016 presidential election? They've got nothing on Fortnite.The launch of the game's fifth year, a notable update that gamers have been anxiously awaiting, broke Web game traffic records, according to Akamai.

To place things in perspective, the 2016 U.S. Presidential election saw summit traffic on Akamai's stage of 7.5 Tbps. Yesterday's Fortnite upgrade appeared at 37 Tbps.

"To put this into perspective, this level of traffic could be similar to downloading the typical cellular game 2.8 million times a week," said Akamai's Nelson Rodriguez in a blog post.

Even though Fortnite posted some huge amounts, More Fortnite News fell short of the general traffic record. This was set on Sept. 15 of last year, when there were a range of major events taking place, such as Hurricane Irma slamming into Florida. Traffic on such day hit 60 Tbps.