Taking Away “Fortnite” Privileges Is Now an Incredibly Powerful Parenting Tool

If you have a kid in your house between the ages of eight and 37, there’s a good chance they play “Fortnite”.  It’s as hot as a game has been since that random two weeks when everyone played “Pokemon Go”.

And according to a new survey, parents are now WEAPONIZING its popularity.  Almost two out of three moms say they’ve threatened to ban their kid from playing “Fortnite” as a punishment.

The survey also found 7% of parents have wound up with a massive bill from their kid’s in-game purchases.