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Apple terminates Epic’s developer account on the App Store

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 29 August 2020 17:03 GMT This means that any Epic Games title available on the App Store has been removed.Apple has terminated the developer account of Epic Games, and it is no longer able to sell its mobile titles on the App Store.Epic Games is still free to develop the Unreal Engine for iOS due to a restraining order, which means games developed by third-parties using Unreal Engine are still available in the store.“We are disappointed that we have had to terminate the Epic Games account on the App Store,” Apple said in a statement to 9to5Mac.“We…

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Apple responds to Epic Games lawsuit, claims company asked for a “special deal”

Apple has responded to Epic’s filing over its pulling Fortnite off the App Store, stating that not only is Epic’s stance the company is retaliating not true, but that CEO Tim Sweeney asked for a “special deal.”According to emails included in Apple’s response to the Epic suit, it was alleged that Epic Games asked for a special arrangement with Apple, which was specifically requested by Epic CEO Tim Sweeney.Apple stated the email, which was sent on June 30, Epic was asking for a deal that would “fundamentally change the way in which Epic offers apps on Apple’s iOS platform,” and…