Apple Features PUBG In App Store The Same Day It Was To Terminate Epic’s Developer Account

One of Fortnite’s biggest competitor, PUBG, is receiving beneficial publicity in the App Store amidst the legal battle between Apple and Epic Games. If you had happened to have opened the App Store today, you would’ve seen an editorial story promoting the PUBG Mobile App.

The App Store featured PUBG on the same day Apple was to terminate Epic’s developer account initially. The irony lies in the fact that PUGB Mobile is actually built with Epic’s Unreal Engine. Read More

Apple Temporarily Restrained From Blocking Unreal Engine and Fortnite


The judge has made her first ruling on the case between Apple and Epic Games. Apple had kicked off Fortnite from its App Store and had said that it will terminate Epic’s developer account. In response, Epic had asked the court for restraining orders to prevent Apple from blocking the Unreal Engine and banning Fortnite.  Read More

Apple A Threat To The Unreal Engine, Epic And Microsoft Allege

As a response to the Fortnite lawsuit, Apple’s declaration that it will terminate Epic’s developer account is being perceived as a threat to an entire ecosystem of game developers whose bread and butter is the Unreal Engine frameworks. This action of Apple’s is bound to have some serious consequences for such game developers. Read More

Apple And Google Face An Anti-Trust Battle Against Korean Developers

Looks like Apple is facing an oncoming storm of lawsuits and investigations as Korean local startups call for an investigation into Apple and Google over the 30% commission that they charge on in-app purchases.

Official Statistics reveal a joint monopoly of the two companies over the App market of South Korea. Read More