Travis Scott’s first virtual performance was not only spectacular – it also broke a record. This evening developer Epic Games unveiled that the concert, which took place inside Fortnite, saw 12.3 million concurrent players participate. The developer says it is “an absolute record” for the battle royale game. The former record holder was last year’s Marshmello concert, which surpassed 10.7 million virtual attendees.
Although it is a large number, many more people have also seen the concert outside of the game, thanks to streamers who broadcast it on platforms like Twitch and YouTube. And the total audience will only increase in the coming days. For those who missed the show tonight, there is good news, as Scott’s performance is sort of a mini-world tour, with a handful of dates for the rest of the week. Consult our practical guide to find out how and when to attend subsequent performances.