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Posting Fortnite Wins refers to the practice of talking about one's victories in the battle royale video game Fortnite on social media. Due to the excess of these types of posts, posting about one's Fortnite victories began being referenced in various meme templates, often expressing that the poster does not care about seeing Fortnite victories.
Fortnite was released on July 25th, 2017. To win the game, one must be the last surviving player or team in a battle royale video game that includes roughly one-hundred players. After the game was released, memes and image macros appeared referencing winning in the game (examples shown below).
The most common references to Fortnite wins in meme culture, however, come from people mocking people who post about their wins in Fortnite. For example, one of the most popular posts was posted by Facebook page Zesty Supreme and featured a dog delivering a message which stated "No one cares about your Fortnite wins," which gained over 12,000 likes and reactions (shown below, left). The same day, Instagram account lolmynegga uploaded a Double D's Facts Book with the joke, gaining 19,000 likes (shown below, right).
The jokes became a staple of meme-related subreddits, particularly /r/dankmemes. For example, on March 28th, 2018, a joke appeared on the subreddit with a Hilarious Jokes You Can Tell Yourself meme (shown below, left). On the 24th, a post about posting Fortnite wins gained over 2,800 likes (shown below, right).
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