Epic Games asks Apple to allow 'Fortnite' to return in South Korea

10/9/2021 4:06:00 AM

Epic Games asks Apple to allow 'Fortnite' to return in South Korea

Epic Games asks Apple to allow 'Fortnite' to return in South Korea

'Fortnite' creator Epic Games has asked iPhone maker Apple Inc to restore its Fortnite developer account and intends to re-release Fortnite on iOS in South Korea offering both Epic payment and Apple payment side-by-side, it said in a tweet.'Epic intends to re-release Fortnite on iOS in Korea offering both

"Fortnite" creator Epic Games has asked iPhone maker Apple Inc to restore its Fortnite developer account and intends to re-release Fortnite on iOS in South Korea offering both Epic payment and Apple payment side-by-side, it said in a tweet."Epic intends to re-release Fortnite on iOS in Korea offering both Epic payment and Apple payment side-by-side in compliance with the new Korean law," the tweet added.

Last week, South Korea's parliament approved a bill that bans major app store operators such as Google and Apple from forcing software developers to use their payment systems, effectively stopping them from charging commissions on in-app purchases.

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