• Way To Get Free V-Bucks In 'Fortnite'

    V-Buck scams have long been an unfortunate part of Fortnite Twitter. Fortnite: Battle Royale is one of the most popular games in the world, after all, and there are all sorts of people looking to take advantage of the hordes of children, teenagers and adults currently playing the thing. Legitimate Twitter feeds relating to Fortnite have long had giveaway scams for Skins, V-Bucks, accounts and more filling out the comment sections, and most are likely phishing scams designed to get your personal information. A little while ago, Epic had to release a statement warning Twitter users against these scams and the official Twitter feed, at least, has significantly fewer V-Buck offers than it used to.

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    But the scams are big on YouTube, which has struggled with content moderation regarding everything from conspiracy theories to culturally offensive superstars in recent months. Polygon has a new report about the embattled video hosting giant's insufficient attempts to deal with V-Buck giveaway videos that multiply faster than automated or human moderators can take them down -- and that's only if they try to do so. A quick search on YouTube for "Free V-Bucks" currently yields 4.4 million results -- some are just misleading, others are likely true scams that ask users to provide their email addresses or download an app.