Samsung have already granted popular Twitch streamer Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins access to their exclusive iKONIK skin for Fortnite, but are they going to make it available for all users of their devices? 

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The new skin and Scenario emote are inspired by Korean pop band iKon and is supposed to be accessible exclusively to owners of the the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10+ or S10e Android devices – which are set to be released on March 8. 

However, it seems that the technology giant have accidentally allowed all of their users to download the new bundle. 

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The iKONIK skin is supposed to be exclusive for owners of Samsung's new range of smartphones.

Twitter user arkheops has speculated that Epic Games might have made a mistake during the release of the ‘exclusive’ bundle, after spotting it on the V-Bucks store. 

“The iKONIK skin briefly appeared in the V-Bucks store for Samsung users for a short time,” they tweeted. “It is now gone. Possibly an accident on Epic’s part.”

There has been no official response to the alleged mishap as of yet, but Samsung did make it very clear during their initial announcement that this content would be exclusive for owners of their new devices – not all users. 

Ninja has already been granted access to the iKONIK skin and Scenario skin, as mentioned earlier, producing some insane moments for his fans to enjoy while wearing the new cosmetics already. 

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The streamer has already confirmed that he will be attending a promotional Samsung event on March 16 in New York, where he’ll be unveiling a new Fortnite map. 

Whether or not the iKON-inspired pack will be available to all Samsung users in the future remains to be seen, but the original announcement suggests that will not be the case. 

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