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ID: 215710

URL: https://www.theverge.com/2021/9/10/22666146/apple-epic-korea-fortnite-developer-account-rules-response

Date: 2021-09-10

Apple won’t let Epic bring Fortnite back to South Korea’s App Store

Apple says it wont let Epic Games back in the App Store until they agree to play by the same rules as everyone else. Earlier today Epic asked Apple to reinstate its developer account so that it could re-release the iOS version of Fortnite in South Korea, which recently passed a bill forcing Apple and Google to allow alternate in-app payment systems. Apple, however, maintains its under no obligation to let Epic in the App Store at all. As weve said all along, we would welcome Epics return to the App Store if they agree to play by the same rules as everyone else, an Apple spokesperson says in a statement to The Verge. Epic has admitted to breach of contract and as of now, theres no legitimate basis for the reinstatement of their developer account. Related The South Korean legislation has not yet gone into effect, but if and when it does, according to Apple, that wouldnt have any bearing on the companys process for approving developer accounts. Until Epic agrees to comply with the App Stores app review guidelines, Apple isnt going to consider its request. Fortnite, one of the most popular video games in the world, has been unavailable on the App Store since August of last year. Apple ultimately terminated Epics developer account in response to a Fortnite update that dodged the App Stores in-app payment requirement in order to get around paying Apple the 30-percent cut. Epic then sued Apple and went to trial in May, with a verdict yet to come.