…by winning it?
OutrageNite is what 4chan was, and it simply cannot last without some kind of high-octane gamification, with features from Discord (private community scaling effect), Twitter (open concept synthesis), and Reddit (effort reputation system), ala Amino (the app). But sadly it went the route of Fandom and gone docile and disorganized.
Fortnite still occupies attention. The Apple dispute hurt, but https://www.businessofapps.com/data/fortnite-statistics/ notes $5B in revenue now decreaed slightly with ~ 350M addicts. I must admit that I have no time and have been preoccupied with CoV research as it evolves. Since CoV became essential a political proxy it's mixing of science, religion and politics has been fascinating. As you note we only have so much time. I've maxed out TV politics because my favorite dramas are idle. Telegram keeps FOMO alive. The flood of contrary information makes me yearn for simpler times.
Is Fortnite still that popular these days? I'm guessing not. If not, what has taken its place?