Epic Handed Mixed Ruling in Apple Fight
Aug 25, 2020, 9:19 AM by Rich Brome @rbrome
In the ongoing legal drama between Epic Games and Apple over App Store rules and fees, a judge has granted Epic a temporary restraining order preventing Apple from cutting off Epic's access to Apple developer accounts and tools. Apple had tried to cut off Epic completely, which would have put Epic's Unreal Engine for Apple platforms in serious jeopardy. Unreal Engine is the foundation of many popular 3D games, including some that are part of Apple Arcade. Epic also requested an order to keep Fortnite in the App Store, but the court declined.
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