Fortnite developers launch lawsuit against Apple and Google
The developer of Fortnite has launched a lawsuit against Apple and Google after they dropped it from their app stores.
The technology giants say Epic Games violated guidelines after bringing in a direct payment plan.
That means it bypasses the two companies, which would usually take a cut of up to 30% from in-app purchases.
Head of Equities at Davy, Aidan Donnelly, says it will be interesting to see outcome of the court case - press PLAY
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