JUST AS ANOTHER FORTNITE SEASON ENDS WITH A WHIMPER (TO BE CONTINUED TOMORROW APPARENTLY), ANOTHER BATTLE ROYALE IS BEING SETTLED!
On Friday, U.S. District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers made a ruling on the heated court case between Apple and Fortnite developers Epic Games.
Judge Gonzalez Rogers ruled that Apple was breaking the law by forcing customers to pay for apps and in-app items through the Apple App Store.
Apple gains 30% of the profits of all purchases in its app store.
Gonzalez Rogers gave the company 90 days to allow more payment options… MORE.. judge did not side with Epic’s claims that Apple had a monopoly on how payments are processed in mobile games.
Furthermore, the judge ruled in favor of Apple’s counter-sue of Epic Games’ breach of contract….
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