Forget the Super Bowl halftime show - the biggest gig of this weekend was hosted in the online Fortnite universe.
As Adam Levine bounced around the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta...shirtless...looking somewhat like a Chipotle bag...gamers were still reveling in the afterglow of a different live performance the night before.
At 7pm on Saturday night, millions of players logging in for a game of Fortnite were presented with only one game mode available - a virtual live DJ set from the one and only Marshmello.
Avatars that attended the 10 minute set are reported to have 'flossed' to their heart's content during bangers such as "Fly" and "Happier".
But is this truly the first "live" performance in a video game? Read more about it in the link below.
There has always been a type of symbiotic relationship between music artists and video games.