Epic Games filed a motion for a preliminary injunction against Apple’s blocking Fortnite on iOS devices

The developers of the famous game “Fortnite” is as yet attempting to get Apple to restore its Fortnite application on iOS devices. Late Friday, the gaming organization filed a motion for a primer injunction against Apple’s blocking Fortnite on iPhones and iPads. The injunction brief says that in excess of 116 million gamers have played Fortnite on iOS, making it the game’s greatest stage, bigger than its player base on Nintendo Switch, Xbox, PlayStation, PC or Android.

Filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of California, the motion referenced that all Epic wants the Court to prevent Apple from fighting back against Epic for setting out to challenge Apple’s unfortunate behavior.

Fortnite has been hindered on iOS since August, when Epic presented another path for players to purchase in-game currency straightforwardly without paying Apple or Google their standard 30% cut of income. This move abused both Apple and Google’s application store arrangements, the tech goliaths stated, and Fortnite was pulled from iOS and Android devices. Epic at that point sued both Apple and Google, blaming them for monopolistic practices.