A federal judge in the state of California issued a ruling on a court order about Apple’s banning of the Fortnite game from its app store, asserting that the company can continue the ban, provided it does not harm the commercial activity of “Epic Games” developer tools, which include the “Unreal” engine, used by hundreds Other video games.
“The court upholds its findings from the temporary restraining order and hereby grants in part and partly rejects Epic Games’ request for a preliminary injunction,” said District Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers. Last month, Epic Games applied for a preliminary injunction that would reinstate She played it to the app store and restored her developer account after the iPhone maker terminated an Epic Games account in its app store.
Epic sued Apple in August, claiming that the company’s commission is 30% on some in-app purchases made through its app store, along with Apple’s controls over apps that users can download on their iPhones. In them, it forms an anti-competitive behavior.
The lawsuit came after Epic introduced its own payment system in the popular Fortnite video game, and Apple does not allow these alternative payment systems and removed Fortnite from the app store and threatened to terminate Epic developer accounts, which would have affected Epic’s other business to sell software used to create games.
Epic has moved to stop Apple from taking the two steps. The judge previously issued an emergency order that allowed Apple to withdraw Epic titles from the App Store, but prevented the iPhone maker from taking any action that would harm Epic developers’ tools, and the judge said in the recent ruling: “Epic Games have strong arguments regarding exclusive distribution of Apple through iOS. App Store, and the “IAP” in-app purchase system through which Apple gets 30% of the payments. The judge added that “Epic Games” did not adequately address the anti-Apple arguments, and said the matters that were addressed in the restrictive order remain. My time, as it is.
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