- Shortly before midnight on the Friday before Labor Day weekend, Epic Games pushed the button on its next legal action against Apple’s ban on the immensely popular Fortnite.
- Now, you can read the company’s full argument and decide whether you think Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers is likely to be swayed.
- In the new filing, Epic argues that more than its reputation has been harmed: “Daily active users on iOS have declined by over 60% since Fortnite’s removal from the App Store.”
- Epic says iOS is the biggest platform for Fortnite, too: 116 million registered users, or nearly a third of the 350 million registered users Epic says Fortnite has attracted in total. It also claims 63 percent of Fortnite users on iOS access Fortnite only on iOS, and that it’s the only way for many people to play the game.
Epic Games renews legal request to bring Fortnite back to Apple store
Epic Wants Its New Version of Fortnite Back in the App Store
In new filing, Epic Games requests return of Fortnite to Apple's App Store - SiliconANGLE
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