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Variety

Enabling 2FA on an Epic Games Account Gets You a Free 'Fortnite' Emote

Popular online games are usually juicy targets for hackers, and “Fortnite” is no exception. So developer Epic Games is encouraging players to improve their security by giving away a free emote to everyone who enables two-factor authentication.

- Variety

Polygon

Epic gives Fortnite players a free emote if they secure their accounts

Fortnite developer Epic Games has announced that it will give players the Boogiedown Emote for free if they go online and activate two-factor authentication on their Epic Games accounts. This is a rare, but not unheard-of, example of a company giving ...

- Polygon

TechCrunch

Epic Games just gave a perk for folks to turn on 2FA; every other big company ...

Let's talk a bit about security. Most internet users around the world are pretty crap at it, but there are basic tools that companies have, and users can enable, to make their accounts, and lives, a little bit more hacker-proof. One of these — two ...

- TechCrunch

Daily Star

Fortnite Boogie Down Emote: How to get Boogie Down dance with Epic Games 2FA

Epic Games have today announced they're giving away a free cosmetic emote to help encourage users to enable Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). Obviously, the benefit of adding Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) is a bit of a no-brainer in the first place.

- Daily Star

Kotaku

Fortnite Now Gives You A Reward If You Turn On Two-Factor Authentication

A quick survey of Kotaku staff indicates that getting security warnings from Epic is A Thing. Those of us who simply created an account with Fortnite maker Epic Games have subsequently received emails with the subject line “Epic Games - Help Protect ...

- Kotaku

Express.co.uk

Fortnite Boogie Down: How to enable 2FA and get free Epic Games emote download

Fortnite 2FA, or two-factor authentication, is a simple but effective way of protecting your Epic Games account. By enabling 2FA, players can lose their password to a hacker and still have another line of defence before their account was breached.

- Express.co.uk

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Forbes

A Major Warning About Downloading 'Fortnite: Battle Royale' On Android

Fortnite: Battle Royale is finally out on Android. Or at least, sort of: the game is now in a closed beta on Samsung devices, with an expanded beta on other devices coming soon and a wide release to follow. Developer Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney ...

- Forbes

Variety

Galaxy 'Fortnite' Android Exclusive Lasts 48 Hours

Samsung Galaxy smartphone owners get 48 hours to enjoy the Android version of the “Fortnite” beta before Epic Games begins to open the beta to the rest of the estimated 250 million supported Android devices in the public's hands, according to Samsung's ...

- Variety

Forbes

Sign-Ups For 'Fortnite Battle Royale' Mobile Beta On Android Are Live, Here's ...

One of the biggest games in the world is finally making its way to one of the biggest platforms in the world. The Fortnite: Battle Royale launch for Android is nearly upon us, developer Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney announced at the Samsung Unpacked ...

- Forbes

The Independent

Fortnite for Android: How to download mobile app after Epic Games snubs Google ...

Fortnite for Android is finally here, after Epic Games announced that the game will be available for owners of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone. A wider release will come next month but Fortnite's developer has decided to not make the popular game ...

- The Independent

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