"Fortnite Battle Royale" has become one of the most popular video games ever less than a year since its release. Epic Games has done a fantastic job with this game, and it has attracted both younger and older players from all around the world. The popular video game is available on almost every current gaming device, which is another reason why so many players play it.

According to the game developer, the game is played by over 125 million people. This figure was revealed almost two months ago, so it's safe to say that "Fortnite Battle Royale" has attracted even more players since that figure was revealed.

Since the video game has so many players and only one out of every 100 players in each match can be the winner, some parents have decided to help their kids improve by paying for online tutors.

Online coaching

Despite some of the latest gameplay changes, "Fortnite Battle Royale" still has a huge skill gap and there is a clear distinction between bad players, average ones, and really good ones. While there is nothing wrong with being bad at the game, some players simply want to improve and get those sweet victories, and that is why skilled players are being asked to tutor.

Considering that over 125 million people play this popular video game, there is no doubt that there are a lot of potential clients for good players.

According to The Guardian, some parents have already started paying tutors to help their kids improve in "Fortnite." Make no mistake, however, hiring a tutor is quite expensive, with some tutors charging as much as $25 an hour.

Private tutoring is a $7 billion industry in the United States, and it seems that it will grow even bigger with the growth of video games and video game tutoring.

Where to hire 'Fortnite' tutors online

There are many different places where you can hire a "Fortnite Battle Royale" tutor, but Gamer Sensei is probably the most reliable one. The website provides details on every tutor (along with their stats) and players can often get certain discounts, especially when buying multiple lessons at once.

At the moment, the cheapest tutor on the website costs $7 an hour. This tutor has a 20 percent win rate, 5+ kill/death ratio, and over 500 wins. On the other side of the spectrum, the most expensive tutor has over 1000 wins and has won multiple tournaments. This tutor also has an 8+ KD ratio and is very experienced when it comes to coaching.

Would you hire a "Fortnite" tutor?