Developments abound in the ongoing case of Epic versus Apple. Attorney Richard Hoeg weighs in.
There are many legal and ethical elements at play in Epic's suit against the tech giants. Business attorney Richard Hoeg offers his analysis.
Analyst Randy Nelson talks to GameDaily about the impact the battle royale titan has had on the mobile market.
The record-breaking attendance fuels Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney's ambition to grow Fortnite into more than just a game.
Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney laments that it's still not a level playing field.
Epic Games says that SuperData's info is 'wildly inaccurate,' but a lack of transparency also puts analyst firms (and media) in a tough spot.
The Kentucky High School Athletic Association said there was 'no place' for shooter games in schools. The Story Mob's Will Powers sees the move as 'asinine.'
SuperData's report on 2019 shows digital game spending climbed 3% with Epic's Fortnite generating $1.8 billion alone.
The companies face off over in-app fees, including claims of legality over Google's 30% fee. But is it actually illegal, as Tim Sweeney claims? (Photo: Mike Coppola/Getty)
Another dance-related controversy has emerged surrounding Fortnite's use of famous routines.