This whole Fornite thing is starting to get a bit out of control.

The new game in which players fight to be the last one standing has pretty much taken over every life from those aged 12-25, and takes the whole “Battle Royale” term to a whole new level.



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Anaheim Ducks forward J.T. Brown is arguably its biggest user and has made his love for the game well known on social media. The 27-year-old has his own Twitch channel and streamed the game after receiving numerous requests from fans.

The Ducks took on the Chicago Blackhawks at the Honda Centre this afternoon and a fan made sure to show his support for Brown’s gaming addiction in a unique way. Not only did the individual hold up a Fortnite sign, but he did it while rocking an epic old school Mighty Ducks jersey.

The sign could of used some more work, but at least the jersey was on point.

Other NHLers have also taken a liking to the new game, including Toronto Maple Leafs forwards Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner. The two recently revealed who the best, and worst players on their team are, confirming that Tyler Bozak is the strongest while goaltender Frederik Andersen is the weakest.

Andersen, Marner, Matthews trade jabs over Fortnite

The Ducks ultimately pulled off the 6-3 victory, and you can be sure Brown will be spending a few hours on his console tonight trying to replicate his previous success.

(H/T JT Brownov