​The Fortnite: Battle Royale bandwagon ​is chugging along, and celebrities are getting involved. From playing the game to interacting with the community, celebrities are making sure the players know their name. Here are the top five celebrities craving Fortnite.

5.  Joe Jonas

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Joe Jonas is an avid player. Snagging wins on his Xbox account "CrackedPig8153," Jonas is an absolute beast on the game. It's become quite clear Jonas is burnin' up for the game, baby. 

4. Paul George


The NBA superstar was one of many celebrities to take part in the Fortnite E3 Pro-Am over the weekend. Although George didn't win the event, he's an avid gamer and clear lover of Fortnite.

3. Travis Scott

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​Rapper Travis Scott ​joined Drake and NFL wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster on Tyler "Ninja" Blevins' stream that broke the record for Twitch viewership. Beyond that, he is a solid player at the game and has used his Fortnite fans to grow his music following.

Travis Scott is still growing within the Fortnite community but no doubt has potential to get even more involved.

2. Mark Cuban

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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban not only respects Fortnite and its players, but he clearly sees a lot of potential business wise with the game. He met earlier this month with Ninja to talk about potential partnerships and has tweeted multiple times about the game.

How great would a Dallas Mavericks sponsored Fortnite team be? Cuban is already part of esports between his stake in Unikrn and the Mavericks' team in the NBA 2K League. This would be a logical next step.

1. Drake

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Rap mega star Drake has been a central part of Fortnite's pop culture crossover. He plays the game, he has rapped about the game, and he is part of the game. Not to mention his new album cover includes Lonely Lodge.

Drake now famnously played with the ​biggest Fortnite streamer, Ninja, and donated a few thousand dollars to him during the stream that accumulated 635,000 concurrent viewers at its peak. Talk about impact.

Photos by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images (Joe Jonas), Greg Doherty/Getty Images (Paul George)Bob Levey/Getty Images (Travis Scott), Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images (Mark Cuban), Vaughn Ridley/Getty Images (Drake)